Clio Awards 2016: 11 Gold winners get elevated to Grand Clio statues including NZ's Brewtroleum

2-thumb-400x400-205011-thumb-400x400-225229.jpgAt this year's Clio Awards Asia scored an impressive 10 Gold statues overall, however at the Clio Awards presentation, that has just concluded in New York, none were upgraded to Grand Clio Status.

Colenso BBDO/Proximity New Zealand was the only agency from Asia Pacific to be upgraded from a Gold statue to a Grand Clio. Their Grand Clio was in the Out of Home category for the highly praised DB Breweries' "Brewtroleum".

A total of 11 Grand Clios were announced and presented on stage during the event at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, hosted by Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally.
Grand Clio Winners

Colenso BBDO/Proximity New Zealand
DB Breweries
Out of Home

Almap BBDO São Paulo Brazil
Getty Images
"Endless Possibilities"

Fred & Farid France
Remy Cointreau/Louis XIII
Branded Content

INGO Stockholm
Swedish Tourist Association Stockholm
"The Swedish Number"

INGO Stockholm
Swedish Tourist Association Stockholm
"The Swedish Number"

Leo Burnett Chicago
Art Institute of Chicago
"Van Gogh BnB"
Branded Entertainment

McCann New York
Lockheed Martin
"The Field Trip to Mars"

Venables Bell & Partners San Francisco

Biscuit Filmworks & Wieden + Kennedy Los Angeles & Portland
Old Spice
"Smell Legendary"
United Sates

Herman Miller & fuseproject Zeeland
Herman Miller
"Public Office Landscape"
United States
Product Design

Edelman New York
United States
Brand Development

See Campaign Brief's previous coverage of Clio metal winners.

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