Fallon, Minneapolis, Wins for Large Agency Excellence
April 20, 2001
NAPLES, Fla. (AdAge.com) -- Six agencies took top honors at the American Association of Advertising Agencies O'Toole awards ceremony today
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|Winners of the O'Toole awards.
Three awards were given out for general excellence.
Fallon, Minneapolis, nabbed the prize for large agencies with billings above $300 million.
Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis, was the winner for shops with billings between $30 million and $300 million, while Mad Dogs & Englishmen, New York, took the award for agencies with billings less than $10 million.
Ornelas & Associates, Dallas, won the organization's Multicultural Award. Two New York-based agencies won the O'Toole Public Service Award: DeVito/Verdi took first place for its print advertising effort for the American Civil Liberties Union, while Saatchi & Saatchi won the award for a broadcast campaign sponsored by the Catholic Church.
-- Laura Petrecca, Laura Hughes and Scott Donaton
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