DeVito/Verdi - Agency with a Soul - Wins Top 4 A's Award

Apr 20, 2001, 01:00 ET from DeVito/Verdi

    NEW YORK, April 20 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- DeVito/Verdi,
 an award-winning advertising agency in NY, wins Best Public Service Creative
 Agency in the US - Print at today's American Association of Advertising
 Agencies (4 A's) awards.
     DeVito/Verdi just launched new ads for the ACLU.  Ads target such issues
 as gay rights, governmental satellite surveillance of every kind of e-
 messaging (telephone, Internet, e-mail, etc.), Civil Asset Forfeiture/Seizure,
 Separation of Church and State/Charitable Choice, and Voting Rights.
 DeVito/Verdi also just completed ads for the Pro-Choice Public Education
 Project another non-profit, public service cause. The campaign has already
 garnered major awards and publicity including an Addy Award for Best Public
 Service Broadcast.
     The agency has a long history of public service including advertising
 campaigns for Child Abuse Prevention, PETA and Planned Parenthood.   According
 to Ellis Verdi, President of DeVito/Verdi, "This award is special to win
 because it shows the appreciation of our agency in the non-profit sector which
 is so important.   Our agency does so well and is pleased to "give back" to
 society in the form of creative service where it is needed so much."
 
     About DeVito/Verdi
     DeVito/Verdi is one of the most recognized creative agencies in the
 industry, and named Best Small Creative Agency in the U.S. five times (1995-
 1998, 2000) by the 4 A's. Recently the agency was voted one of three finalists
 for the Best Medium Size Advertising Agency in the country.  The Agency is
 known for its award winning work for Sony, Daffy's, Canon, BMW, Esquire
 Magazine and eCampus.com, as well as outstanding creative for Circuit City,
 Seagrams and TimeOut Magazine.  The Agency was a leading strategic and
 creative resource for the Hillary Clinton for Senate 2000 election.
 
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SOURCE DeVito/Verdi
    NEW YORK, April 20 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- DeVito/Verdi,
 an award-winning advertising agency in NY, wins Best Public Service Creative
 Agency in the US - Print at today's American Association of Advertising
 Agencies (4 A's) awards.
     DeVito/Verdi just launched new ads for the ACLU.  Ads target such issues
 as gay rights, governmental satellite surveillance of every kind of e-
 messaging (telephone, Internet, e-mail, etc.), Civil Asset Forfeiture/Seizure,
 Separation of Church and State/Charitable Choice, and Voting Rights.
 DeVito/Verdi also just completed ads for the Pro-Choice Public Education
 Project another non-profit, public service cause. The campaign has already
 garnered major awards and publicity including an Addy Award for Best Public
 Service Broadcast.
     The agency has a long history of public service including advertising
 campaigns for Child Abuse Prevention, PETA and Planned Parenthood.   According
 to Ellis Verdi, President of DeVito/Verdi, "This award is special to win
 because it shows the appreciation of our agency in the non-profit sector which
 is so important.   Our agency does so well and is pleased to "give back" to
 society in the form of creative service where it is needed so much."
 
     About DeVito/Verdi
     DeVito/Verdi is one of the most recognized creative agencies in the
 industry, and named Best Small Creative Agency in the U.S. five times (1995-
 1998, 2000) by the 4 A's. Recently the agency was voted one of three finalists
 for the Best Medium Size Advertising Agency in the country.  The Agency is
 known for its award winning work for Sony, Daffy's, Canon, BMW, Esquire
 Magazine and eCampus.com, as well as outstanding creative for Circuit City,
 Seagrams and TimeOut Magazine.  The Agency was a leading strategic and
 creative resource for the Hillary Clinton for Senate 2000 election.
 
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          Click Here http://tbutton.prnewswire.com/prn/11690X66412940
 
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