Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Top Honors for Best of Show Were Awarded to Lapiz and LatinWorks at the 11th Annual Advertising Age Hispanic Creative Advertising Awards

MIAMI, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Procter & Gamble's Pepto-Bismol TV campaign "Love and Hate" by Lapiz won Best of Show/Campaign with two TV spots showing food behaving badly with the message "Don't let the food you love hurt you." Lapiz also won a gold and a silver award for the individual spots "Empanada" and "Cheesecake."

Cine Las Americas picked up Best of Show/Single Ad for "Estratosfera", a spot that promoted a Latin film festival by featuring a delusional speech by former Argentine president Carlos Menem promising to create space shuttles to make the point "If this is our reality, imagine our films." Other LatinWorks ads from the same campaign, all featuring zany but genuine footage from Latin American leaders' speeches, won silver and bronze prizes for radio spots "Muro" about Mexico and "Coca" (Venezuela) and a TV silver for "Fujishock" (Peru).

LatinWorks also won a silver award for Mars' Starburst spot "Llama," and two silver magazine and one newspaper bronze prizes for Active Life's campaign against childhood obesity featuring fat toys. Lapiz also won a gold prize for Partnership for a Drug-Free America, and a bronze for Chase bank.

The winners were announced at an awards show September 18th in Miami at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, and will be featured in a special report in Advertising Age magazine Sept. 21. All the winning work can be seen on Adage.com. Ad Age conducts the Hispanic Creative Advertising Awards in partnership with the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies (AHAA).

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