Dentsu Tokyo and Sound of Honda scores another gold in the Non-Traditonal category at LIA

Dentsu_SoundSenna.jpgThe Non-Traditional category at the London International Awards has honoured Dentsu Tokyo with a gold trophy for "Sound of Honda/Ayrton Senna 1989" for Live Events - Beyond Advertising.

Leo Burnett Sri Lanka collected a silver award for Mawbima's "The World's First Mosquito Repellent Newspaper".

Ogilvy & Mather also picked up a silver award for The Akanksha Foundation's "Message Barter".
And, Lowe China were awarded a bronze trophy for Buick's "Human Traffic Signs".
Dengue2.jpgThe Non-Traditional category was headed by Mark Tutssel, Global CCO, Leo Burnett Worldwide Chicago. As Chief Creative Officer of Leo Burnett Worldwide, Tutssel serves as the global network's creative leader and is responsible for setting the creative vision for the network's 98 global offices. His jury members consisted of - Sonal Dabral, Chairman/Chief Creative Officer DDB Mudra Mumbai, Thomas Hongtack Kim, Executive Creative Director, Cheil Worldwide Seoul, Jim Elliott, Chief Creative Officer, Young & Rubicam New York, Lisa Fedyszyn, Creative Director, Whybin\TBWA Auckland, Guido Heffels, Chief Creative Officer/Founder, Heimat Berlin, Dan Lucey, Executive Creative Director, BBDO New York, Ramzi Moutran, Executive Creative Director, Memac Ogilvy Dubai Dubai and John Pallant, Regional Creative Director EMEA, Saatchi & Saatchi London.

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