Clemenger BBDO Melbourne scoops prize pool at MADC Awards snaring 18 bronze, 6 silver and 8 gold - plus coveted Agency of the Year; McCann takes out Best of Show for V/Line 'Guilt Trips'

Screen shot 2012-05-29 at 2.48.28 PM.jpgThumbnail image for VLine GuiltTrips Website.jpgAustralia: Clemenger BBDO Melbourne wiped the floor at yesterday's MADC Awards, snaring 18 bronze, 6 silver and 8 gold awards - plus the coveted MADC Agency of the Year Award as well as the Exit Films Award for Best Junior.

Second was shared among JWT Melbourne, Leo Burnett Melbourne and McCann Melbourne with JWT scoring 6 bronze, 1 silver, and 3 gold, Leo Burnett Melbourne with 3 bronze, 4 silver and 3 gold and McCann Melbourne with 8 bronze, 1 silver and Best in Show.

Grey Melbourne ranked in 4th with 6 bronze and 3 silver.

The MADC Award for Best in Show went to McCann for its 'V/Line Guilt Trips' campaign.

Jason Williams, ECD at Leo Burnett Melbourne, was recognised with the 'Creative Person of the Year' title and the MADC Award for Lifetime Achievement was awarded to Scott Whybin, chairman of Whybin TBWA Group.

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Special Awards:

The Adstream Award for Agency of the Year

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
The MADC Award for Best in Show
Guilt Trips V/Line via McCann
Thumbnail image for WHYBIN_SCOTT-SMALL.jpgJW small.jpgThe MADC Award for Lifetime Achievement
Scott Whybin, Whybin TBWA (far left)

The Blackley Award for Creative Leader of the Year
Jason Williams, Leo Burnett (above)
The MADC Award for Client of the Year
Carlton United Brewers
The Exit Films Award for Best Junior
Jono Fox and Sophie Beard for The Silent Card National Australia Bank - Clemenger BBDO
The Exit Films Award for the Best Student Entry
Helen Neville for Giving Reading New Meaning - Goodbooks

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