Campaign supports Roses Awards with winners book

The Roses Creative Awards will benefit from a book of winners produced by Campaign and distributed with the magazine the day after next year’s ceremony takes place.

The Roses Creative Awards will benefit from a book of winners

produced by Campaign and distributed with the magazine the day after

next year’s ceremony takes place.



The Roses Awards ceremony, which is recognised as the most prestigious

advertising awards event specifically designed to recognise the work of

non-London based advertising agencies in the UK, will be held at the

Hotel Piccadilly in Manchester on Wednesday 20 May.



Ray Sale, the chairman of the Roses organising committee, said of the

deal with Campaign: ’This not only enables us to produce an excellent

book of winners, but Campaign’s backing further enhances the status of

the awards. Importantly, the quality of the winning entries will now be

publicised via Campaign to a much wider and more appropriately targeted

audience.’



For Campaign, publishing director, William Pecover, commented: ’Campaign

has always had a very warm welcome at the Roses and we are delighted to

be involved and to help promote the best regional work to the widest

possible audience.’



The judging panel for next year’s awards will be chaired by John Bartle,

the chairman and founder of Bartle Bogle Hegarty and a former president

of the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising.



The Roses awards nights have been dominated by Scottish agencies in

recent years. The Leith Agency swept the board at the 1996 ceremony,

winning five golds and five silvers, mostly for its Irn-Bru work. The

previous year, its Edinbugh rival, Faulds Advertising, dominated with

four golds and seven silvers. However, at the 17th Roses last year, both

the Leith and Faulds won five golds, as did a third Edinburgh-based

agency, 1576.



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