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Advertising Age's Best Advertising competition is the only major awards contest in which the jury is made up of agency creatives, advertiser company executives and business journalists.

This year's jury was captained by Andy Berlin, chairman of Berlin, Cameron & Partners, New York. Other agency judges were Stacy Wall, creative director, Wieden & Kennedy, New York, and Lori Campbell, VP-creative director, Dweck & Campbell, New York.

Marketer company judges were Michael McCadden, VP-marketing, The Gap; Jeff Manning, executive director, California Milk Processor Board; and Jack Rooney, VP-marketing, Miller Brewing Co.

Judges were prohibited from voting on work done by their agency or for their account.

Advertising Age editors on the jury were Scott Donaton, executive editor; Larry Edwards, managing editor; Pat Sloan, New York bureau chief-senior editor; and Bob Garfield and Anthony Vagnoni, editors at large. The competition was coordinated by Robert Goldsborough, Ad Age's special projects director.

The judging took place April 14 at the Millenium Broadway hotel in New York.

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