AdStars extends deadline: Free to enter + Grand Prix of Year awards carry US$10,000 cash prizes

AdStars Trophies.jpgThe deadline for entering the 2018 AdStars Awards has been extended until the end of May. AdStars is FREE to enter, and the two Grand Prix of the Year winners take home a US$10,000 cash prize each.

Last year's Grand Prix US$10,000 cash winners were Clemenger BBDO Melbourne for Transport Accident Commission's 'Meet Graham' and Colenso BBDO Auckland with the Pedigree Child Replacement Programme.

Agencies and production companies have until May 31st to enter.
Entries are now open in the following 17 categories: Film, Print, Outdoor, Radio & Audio, Design, Interactive, Mobile, Data Insights, Social & Influencer, PR, Promotion, Direct, Media, Integrated, Innovation, and Place brand.

AdStars2018 logo.jpgThere's also the 'Video Stars' award categories, which celebrate groundbreaking work in the following formats: Branded Information Videos; Branded Entertainment Videos; Branded Viral Videos; Campaign Videos (Case Film); and Non Branded Videos.

AdStars is especially passionate about celebrating world-leading Public Service Advertising campaigns and entries into the PSA categories will be in the running to win the PSA Grand Prix of the Year

Preliminary judging will take place from 20th to 27th June, while final judging will take place just prior to AdStars Festival in Busan.

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