BBDO Guerrero wins top prize for public service in digital innovation at the Boomerang Awards

Boomerangs.jpgBBDO Guerrero took home wins from two recent award shows - Boomerang Awards and Tinta Awards.

At the Boomerang Awards 2017 - the Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines' (IMMAP) creative and effectiveness festival for digital innovation - BBDO Guerrero received a gold and a silver, as well as the very first Good Boomerang; a special award given to work that is set to make a difference in the area of social responsibility.

FAKEBLOK.jpgAll awards were for Fakeblok, a Google Chrome plug-in developed by the agency in partnership with the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines that blocks fake news on people's social media feeds.

Meanwhile, at the Tinta Awards - United Print Media Group's (UPMG) and the country's only creative print media festival - BBDO Guerrero walked away with a total of 11 awards for three clients across multiple categories.

BBDO Guerrero received six silvers and five bronzes in both campaign and technical categories for Mountain Dew's "Playable Print", the Department of Tourism's "Excuses", "Madrid Fusion" and the 2016 Philippine documentary film "Sunday Beauty Queen".

"We are very grateful for this recognition from both the Boomerang and Tinta Awards," said David Guerrero, Creative Chairman of BBDO Guerrero (pictured above second from left). "Once again, it shows that great clients and passionate teams create the best work. "

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