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CLEVELAND, Ohio (February 23, 2018) – Over 330 of Northeast Ohio’s creative class attended the 2018 AAF-Cleveland ADDY Awards Show at the Music Box Supper Club last night, with Brokaw Inc. taking home the most awards of the evening—including multiple Gold ADDYs for their work for Red Bull, Great Lakes Brewing Company, and Cayman Jack, as well as a Judge’s Choice Award for their integrated campaign for Lake View Cemetery. 

“The Lake View campaign was really beautifully executed across all media,” said ADDYs Judge Jay Giesen, Executive Creative Director at Gatesman in Pittsburgh.  “Congratulations to Brokaw, as well as their client for taking a unique strategy, and truly embracing it.”   

“We want to thank our entire staff for all of the great award-winning work they produced last year, and congratulate all of the local agency winners,” said co-owner Gregg Brokaw. “It was great to see that creativity is alive and well in Cleveland. As much as marketing has become a science these days with big data, A.I., and programmatic buys, it’s still all about the idea. And that should always be celebrated.”


ABOUT THE ADDYs – The American Advertising Awards, formerly the ADDYs, is the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition, attracting over 40,000 entries every year in local AAF Club (Ad Club) competitions. The mission of the American Advertising Awards competition is to recognize and reward the creative spirit of excellence in the art of advertising.


ABOUT BROKAW – Brokaw Inc., named Agency Spotter’s #1 Advertising Agency in the U.S. in January 2018, is a global marketing, advertising, and design firm that specializes in helping brands rise above the blah blah—including GE Lighting, Sbarro, Great Lakes Brewing Company, PURELL, TravelCenters of America, and Cayman Jack Margaritas. A former Ad Age Small Agency of the Year recipient, Brokaw Inc. is owned and operated by brothers Tim & Gregg Brokaw and headquartered on the corner of West 6th and Lakeside Avenue in downtown Cleveland’s Warehouse District.

Creativity is alive and well in Cleveland. #ADDYsCLE

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