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2003 EFFIE® Award Finalists announced

2003 EFFIE® Award Finalists announced

The 2003 EFFIE finalists have been announced today as the advertising industry gears up for the prestigious EFFIE Awards.

CAANZ received over 90 entries this year in comparison with 69 in 2002. The number of finalists has also increased from 41 to 49.

The 2003 EFFIE Award Show will be held in the new Hyatt Ballroom on the 25th September. Tickets are limited to 500 and can be booked by downloading the order form on www.caanz.co.nz

CAANZ Events Manager, Clare Cassrels says working with our associate sponsor TVNZ - this year’s award show format will focus on recognising the importance of winning an EFFIE in New Zealand and give it the prestige that the EFFIE Awards receive in the other 23 programs held worldwide.

Congratulations to the following agencies that made it through to the finalist stage: Clemenger BBDO, Colenso BBDO, DDB, FCB, GeneratorBates, Grey Worldwide, Insight Consultants, Lowe, Mercato/Zeppelin Advertising, Redrocks, Republik Communications, Saatchi & Saatchi, Whybin TBWA, WOW Rapp Collins and Young & Rubicam.

A full list of finalist details are on www.caanz.co.nz

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