MADC Awards finalists unveiled

By By Wenlei Ma | 21 September 2012

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne led the nominations charge for the Melbourne Advertising and Design Club (MADC) Awards with 37 finalist entries.

Clemenger scored its nominations for campaigns across several clients including Tetley, NAB, Mars, Sensis, Carlton United Brewers and Bonds. The shortlist was unveiled yesterday in Melbourne at the finalists lunch.

Grey Melbourne clocked up the second most nominations with 16 entries in the running, followed by DDB Melbourne and Leo Burnett Melbourne with 14 each.

McCann Melbourne has 13 entries shortlisted while JWT Melbourne is in the running with 12 finalists. AJF Partnership has eight entries shortlisted with BMF Melbourne hot on its tails with seven finalists.

CumminsRoss and Whybin TBWA Melbourne both have six entries shortlisted while Draftfcb Melbourne, Publicis Mojo Melbourne, Visual Jazz Isobar and BD Network all have five each.

Other agencies on the shortlist are Marmalade, DDB Sydney, BMF Sydney, George Patterson Y&R Melbourne, M&C Saatchi Auckland, M&C Saatchi Sydney, M&C Saatchi Melbourne, Droga5, DDB Auckland, Arnold Furnace, US Sydney, The Monkeys, Syrup NYC, Andrew Woods & Associates, Clemenger BBDO Auckland, The Bridge Consulting Group, Ogilvy Melbourne, Clemenger BBDO Sydney, DTDigital, Reborn, Igloo, Cornwell Brand & Communications, Lava Digital, Loud & Clear Creative, The Taboo Group, The Royals, Nick & Phil, Truly Deeply, KWP, Watts Design and Stokes Street Studio.

The MADC Awards will be held 4 October at St. Kilda Town Hall. Tickets can be purchased here.

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