The Martin Agency, Richmond, Va., collected the most Andys last week, winning nine awards for print campaigns that included Healthtex Children's Apparel and USA Today Sky Radio.
Cliff Freeman & Partners, New York, and Doyle Advertising & Design Group, Boston, each collected five awards. Cliff Freeman won for its TV campaign for Little Caesars; Doyle was recognized for its print public service campaign for the National Association of Atomic Veterans.
Pytka, Los Angeles; Weiss, Whitten, Stagliano, New York; and Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore., won four Andys each.
DDB Needham Worldwide, New York, won the Grand Andy for its continuing New York State Lottery campaign.
The New York Times co-sponsored the prestigious presentation.
Also last week, the American Association of Advertising Agencies named finalists for its A+ Creative Awards and A+ Advertiser Award. Winners will be announced this week at the Four A's convention.
The A+ Creative Awards finalists are Kirshenbaum & Bond, BBDO Worldwide, DeVito/Verdi and Cliff Freeman, all New York; Mullen, Wenham, Mass.; Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Boston; Martin; Burnett and McConnaughy Stein Schmidt Brown, both Chicago; Carmichael Lynch and Fallon McElligott, both Minneapolis; DDB Needham Worldwide, Los Angeles; Crispin & Porter, Coconut Grove, Fla.; the Richards Group, Dallas; Foote, Cone & Belding and Gardner, Geary, Coll & Young, both San Francisco; Bailey Lauerman & Associates, Lincoln, Neb.; Brogan & Partners, Detroit; Borders, Perrin & Norrander, Seattle; and Pollak Levitt Chaiet, Atlanta.