McCann, Grey and Interface Business Solutions pick up the three Grand Prix gongs at GoaFest

ATSS_Security Services_high rise.jpgThere were three Grand Prix awards handed out this year at GoaFest, India's largest advertising festival.

Grey Worldwide won the Integrated category Grand Prix for its "Water Savers" campaign for Killer Jeans.

McCann Worldgroup Mumbai won the Print Grand Prix for their Active Total Security Systems (ATSS) 'Villa', 'Bank' and 'Highrise' campaign.

Interface Business Solutions picked up the Digital Grand Prix for its web banner for Tata Docomo. The campaign was promoted as the world's first CRM-powered personalised web banner.

In the overall medal count Leo Burnett was awarded 71 awards including 9 gold, 34 silver and 28 bronze. Next highest with 55 awards was McCann Worldgroup with 7 gold, 15 silver and 33 bronze. 4,300 pieces of work were entered this year, with 442 winners across 73 agencies/companies. 44 golds were awarded which is 10 more than last year.

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