Addy Awards Rain Gold and Silver for Texas Tech

Many groups and organizations on campus made their presence known at the Lubbock Advertising Federation’s annual Addy Awards.

Written by Megan Robare

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Texas Tech University Press received the Best of Show award for print for its “I Do Not Apologize for the Length of This Letter” product.

Texas Tech made its presence known at the Lubbock Advertising Federation’s annual Addy Awards at The Ice House of the Underwood Center for the Arts.

Texas Tech University Press received the Best of Show award for print for its “I Do Not Apologize for the Length of This Letter” product.

Other winners by category include:

Collateral Material:
  • Gold, “I Do Not Apologize for the Length of This Letter," Texas Tech University Press.
  • Gold, Tech Activities Board (TAB), Dan Cummins, University Printing Services.
  • Silver, Sex, Murder and the Unwritten Law, Texas Tech University Press.
  • Silver, Lone Star Wildflowers, Texas Tech University Press.
  • Silver, TAB Drinking Age Debate Poster, University Printing Services.
  • Silver, TAB Arbor Day, University Printing Services.
  • Silver, TAB Red Raider Welcome, University Printing Services.
Consumer or Trade Publication:
  • Gold, Dallas Cowboys Yearbook, Rawls College of Business.
Interactive Media:
  • Silver, Texas Tech University System Holiday, University Printing Services.
Advertising for the Arts and Sciences:
  • Gold, Ampersand, University Printing Services.
  • Silver, summer 2009 Mass Communicator.
  • Silver, fall 2009 Tech ImPRESSions.
  • Silver, Season of the Arts, University Printing Services.
Public Service:
  • Gold, Library Services Awareness Campaign, Texas Tech University Libraries.
Advertising Industry Self-Promotion:
  • Gold, Plan It Green brochure, University Printing Services.

The Addys are the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition, recognizing and rewarding creative excellence in the art of advertising. Every year approximately 60,000 entries are submitted in local Addy competitions.