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2016 Adfed Award Results

2016 Adfed Award Results

The results of this years Advertising Federation Awards

The Fort Wayne chapter of the Advertising Federation of America (AdFed) holds an annual Advertising Honors recognition ceremony. This year the theme was “Who Won It?” based on the popular board game clue. So who won it? JH Specialty did with a Judge's Choice Award, 2 Silvers, and 1 Gold!

The Judge’s Choice and Gold was awarded for:

Video Gaming: GetClose – A game for Rivals

GetClose is a local multiplayer game for 1-4 players that forces you to share a Wii U™ GamePad and Wii U™ Pro Controller for competitive arcade action. Players take control of a single Star Kid who must capture the Cosmic Crown to become victorious. Collect pickups to obtain special weapons that can cripple your opponents or provide you with the advantage to get that last score. Play against each other in several uniquely designed maps that include deadly lasers, spiky turnstiles and obtrusive speed traps. Collect pizza slices, Chinese take-out and cherries to unlock stamps for Miiverse. GetClose is a fun, fast paced game for those who love local multiplayer games. Visit WombatSource, JH Specialty’s creative development Think Tank, for more information.

The Silver awards went to:

Self-Promotion Campaign: “Hat Campaign” 

We worked with another nationally recognized company to create a popular hat design for a big country music star.  

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JH Specialty always appreciates the opportunity to participate in the annual Advertising Honors recognition ceremony. The awards highlight the creative efforts of the local talent, and provide an opportunity for the industry leaders to appreciate each other’s creative efforts.