Loyola students win multiple Addy Awards, go on to national competition
Loyola announcement - April 22, 2005
Advertising students at Loyola University New Orleans won local and district Addy Awards this year under the advising of Communications Chair Teri Henley and Assistant Professor Debra Woodfork.
Loyola Packpride Campaign
Loyola students Robyn Alello and Christy Rowley won several silver Addy Awards for their design work in newspaper campaign, newspaper ad, and collateral materials.
Ad Team 2004 – FLAUSA
The 2004 advertising team won a gold Addy for their multimedia campaign and a silver Addy for their Out of Home Campaign.
Each One Save One Campaign through the Donnelley Center
Team members Nicole Thiberville, Heather Cunningham, Rona Raqueno, Christi Amadee, and Sean McCloskey won a silver Addy for their Trade or Consumer Ad – Change Campaign.
For the Multimedia Campaign – Be the One Campaign, Christy Rowley, Crystalyn Scott, Christina Ung, Remy Sholeye, Lauren Malone, and Melissa Showalter won a silver Addy.
Robyn Alello and Aimee Alleman were awarded a silver Addy for their television ad.
Christy Rowley won a gold Addy for her design.
All students who won a gold award advance to the Seventh District of the American Advertising Federation. The 2004 advertising team won a silver Addy for their multimedia campaign.
The district winner will advance to the National Addy Competition which will be announced in Nashville, TN on June 6, 2005.
For additional information, please contact Professor Teri Henley at 504-865-3450.