Schnake Turnbo Frank-PR, Phill Cooper top Addy Awards list [Tulsa World, Okla.]
(Tulsa World (OK) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Feb. 24-- Publications firm Schnake Turnbo Frank-PR and longtime Tulsa graphic designer Phill Cooper won the top honors at the recent 2013 Addy Awards banquet at the IDL Ballroom.
Cooper won the prestigious Silver Addy, and Schnake Turnbo Frank-PR won the Eddy for continuous community service and its lifetime contributions to the advertising/communications industry.
Cooper, who began his career some 40 years ago as creative director for the communications department at Oral Roberts University, worked as head of the graphic art department for Hinkle Brown Bloyed, followed by a stint at Brothers & Company prior to launching his own company, Cooper Design, in 1991.
He has won multiple local, regional and national creative awards, including several for the International Fairs & Expositions competition, which showcases advertising campaigns for the top state fairs in the world.
Founded in 1970, Schnake Turnbo Frank has now grown to more than 20 full-time employees with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. The firm is a supporter of the Tulsa community with its employees serving on 105 nonprofit boards over the past five years.
Schnake Turnbo Frank was also named one of six 2012 finalists for the nationwide "Small PR Firm of the Year" and was nominated in 2010 for the same award.
Other winners were Brothers & Company with more than 20 overall awards, including six Addys.
In the student category, The Ad Program at The University of Tulsa won seven awards for its 2012 National Student Advertising Competition campaign for Nissan, entitled "What Nissan Are You Wearing." TU graphic design student Spencer Everett was awarded "Best In Show" in the student print category.
More than 225 local advertising, media and PR professionals attended, with 47 Citations of Excellence and Addys being awarded.
Addy award winners
Packaging, single unit: Hampton Creative, Walking With God
Four-color annual report: Walsh Branding, 2011 annual report set
Four-color brochure: David Clark Design, Selser Schaefer Architects brochure
Magazine design: PDG+creative, Oklahoma Wesleyan University tower
Special event, invitation: David Clark Design, Schaefer wedding reception invitation
Digital or animated outdoor board: Gurustu Group, Tulsa Mayfest Muvemusic Wonderwall
Micro sites, "services": Brothers and Company, Oerb Duh Safety website
Advertising and promotions: Journal Broadcasting, Hard Rock Halloween Interstitial
Advertising for the arts & sciences
Brochure, sales kit: Walsh Branding, Living Arts Chapbook
Poster: Walsh Branding, PAC Trust 35th Anniversary poster
TV: Brothers and Company, Folds of Honor Wingman (30 minutes)
Elements of advertising
Photography campaign: Cody Photography, Desmond
Digital creative technology, responsive design: Cherokee Nation Businesses, Cherokee Nation Businesses Digital Library
Music: Brothers And Company, Fidelity New Day (60 minutes)
Local TV: Brothers And Company, Fidelity Bank My Town
Regional/national TV: Brothers And Company, I Will
Regional/national TV campaigns: Brothers And Company, North Texas campaign
Integrated campaigns: David Clark Design, Selser Schaefer Architects branding campaign
Stationery package: Lesley R. Dodson, Northeastern State University, Air Vertigo
Book design: Angela Shirey, Northeastern State University, Fly Entomology Catalogue
Illustration: Spencer Everett, University of Tulsa, Typeface
TV campaign: The Ad Program at The University of Tulsa, What Nissan Are You Wearing campaign
Best in Show
Print: Walsh Branding: PAC Trust 35th Anniversary poster
Electronic: Gurustu Group, Tulsa Mayfest Muvemusic Wonderwall
Student: Spencer Everett of The University of Tulsa, Typeface
Judge's Choice awards
Student: The Ad Program at The University of Tulsa, What Nissan Are You Wearing campaign
Print: David Clark Design, Schaefer Wedding Reception invitation
TV: Brothers And Company, North Texas campaign
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