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Three from three: They’ve done it again

31 May, 2005

Three from three

They’ve done it again.

Multi-award winning brand design agency Dow Design has won two silvers and a bronze at this year’s prestigious international Summit Creative Awards.

That makes it three from three – each year for the last three years Dow Design has entered the Summit Creative Awards and up against thousands of other global entries, has come away with gold, silver or bronze wins.

The Summit Creative Awards were introduced to celebrate the creative accomplishments of small and medium sized creative companies throughout the world. In its decade of existence, the competition has established itself as one of the premier authorities of creative excellence.

This year, Dow Design won silver for both their “Kiwi Blue Pure Spring Water” packaging and their “Molly Woppy Gourmet foods” packaging series and bronze for their “New Theatre Initiative Brochure”.

Dow Design director Annie Dow is delighted with their awards.

“To win three years consecutively is a real achievement for us. It’s fantastic to be recognised and rated among our global peers.”

The awards are open to advertising and public relations agencies, advertisers and in-house marketing departments, video production and multimedia agencies, graphic designers and other allied firms with annual billings of less then US $20 million.

The Summit Creative Awards is the only competition of its kind and receives entries from countries around the world, including Australia, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, England, Estonia, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Singapore, Ukraine and United States.

Dow Design has offices in Auckland and Melbourne.

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