Republica, a multidisciplinary advertising, branding, promotions, digital and communications agency, has won 15 ADDY Awards in recognition of its cutting-edge work, according to a company news release.
Republica picked up six gold and nine silver ADDYs at the Miami-Fort Lauderdale chapter ADDY Awards Gala, presented by the American Advertising Federation (AdFed). The event took place on March 8 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami.
Republica received the winning ADDY Awards for advertising and branding campaigns for BankUnited, the Miami Dolphins, the National Museum of the American Latino Commission and Sedano's Supermarkets.
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Each winning entry at the local level will now be in contention to compete against other winners within the region in one of 14 district competitions. District winners will move on to compete at the National ADDY Awards.
"At Republica, we take great pride in the creativity and innovation of our work, which delivers positive bottom-line results for our clients," Jorge A. Plasencia, chairman and CEO of Republica, said in a statement.
"We are honored to once again be recognized by our industry with 15 ADDYs. And, of course, we're grateful to our clients for their trust and partnership that inspire us to create award-winning campaigns."
The ADDY Awards is the largest competition in the advertising industry, recognizing creative excellence worldwide. Republica has won more than 45 ADDYs since the agency began participating in the competition in 2009.
Republica, designated one of the fastest-growing companies in America by the INC 5000, has also been ranked by Advertising Age magazine as one of the top U.S. agencies from all disciplines and one of the top 35 Hispanic agencies.
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