Campaign India Team
Apr 27, 2010

Breaking news: Creative Abby metals to be withdrawn from four agencies

The final metal tally at the 2010 Creative Abbys is set to change with some new developments coming to light.It was decided at a meeting today to withdraw metals from four agencies after it was discovered that certain jury members voted for entries nominated from their own agencies participating in the Creative Abbys.The judging rules at the Abbys do not allow this. The names of the agencies and the number of metals to be withdrawn will be announced soon.Watch this space.

Breaking news: Creative Abby metals to be withdrawn from four agencies

The final metal tally at the 2010 Creative Abbys is set to change with some new developments coming to light.

It was decided at a meeting today to withdraw metals from four agencies after it was discovered that certain jury members voted for entries nominated from their own agencies participating in the Creative Abbys.

The judging rules at the Abbys do not allow this. The names of the agencies and the number of metals to be withdrawn will be announced soon.

Watch this space.

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