Caples Awards -- Best in Show, Honorees, Print and Radio Winners

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And the winners are:


Best in Show


The Martin Agency


Yellow Pages Publishers Association


First Place, Business -- Collateral


Entry Name: Jon Lovitz in Bed; Creative Directors: John Mahoney, Cliff Sorah; Copywriter: Brad Gilmore; Art Director: Ken Spera; Production: none given; Client: Yellow Pages Publishers Association; Agency: The Martin Agency, Richmond, VA


Honorees


Irving Wunderman Award


Bruce Lee, Senior Partner, North American Creative Director, OgilvyOne, New York


Andi Emerson Award


Jim Kobs, Founder, Kobs Gregory Passavant


Print -- Consumer


First Place


Entry Name: Order Your Subaru Now; Creative Director: none given; Copywriter: Dana Holder; Art Director: Fiona Berry; Production: Mark Dillon; Client: Subaru Australia; Agency: Leo Burnett, Sydney


Second Place


Entry Name: Eye for an Eye; Creative Director: Randy Belcher; Copywriter: Brad Gilmore; Art Director: Kathryn Gammino; Production: Marge Hickman; Client: FMC Corp.; Agency: The Martin Agency, Richmond, VA


Third Place


Entry Name: Jetstream -- Speed Kills; Creative Directors: Graham Fordyce, Anthony Peplow; Copywriter: Graham Fordyce; Art Director: Anthony Peplow; Production: Nicola Lowe; Client: Telecom New Zealand Ltd.; Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Wellington, New Zealand


Print -- Consumer Nonprofit


Third Place: Entry Name: Story of My Life; Creative Director: Richard Eber; Copywriters: Steve Cowles, Gary Scheiner; Art Director: Lisa Pfitzner; Production: none given; Client: Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research; Agency: McCann Relationship Marketing, New York


Print -- Business


First Place


Entry Name: FEN Mom Ad; Creative Director: Nancy Harhut; Copywriter: Andy Doucette; Art Directors: Phil Livingston, Mary Sorenson; Production: Melinda Doane; Client: Family Education.com; Agency: Mullen, Wenham, MA


Second Place


Entry Name: Woman in Red; Creative Directors: Shelley Lanman, Carole Weitz; Copywriters: David Zeltser, Kathy Gulrich; Art Directors: Steve Jamilla, Maria Chang; Production: Jim Ahern; Client: Compaq Computer Corp.; Agency: DraftWorldwide, New York


Second Place


Entry Name: The Fashion Mouse; Creative Directors: Roddy Kerr, Arthur Parshotam; Copywriter: Simon Watts; Art Director: Michael Jones; Production: Isabel Wray; Client: WGSN (Worth Global Style Network); Agency: Lowe Direct, London


Radio -- Consumer


First Place


Entry Name: Meany Pants; Creative Director: Alan Munro; Copywriter: Richard Harris; Production: Catharine Jones; Client: Standard Life Bank; Agency: Carlina Draft Worldwide, Edinburgh, Scotland


First Place


Entry Name: Features; Creative Director: Michael Newman; Copywriters: Andy Firth, Gary Cunliffe; Production: Street Remley; Client: NRMA Second Hand Car Service; Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Sydney


Second Place


Entry Name: Music, Movies, Travel; Creative Director: Steve Stretton; Copywriters: John Vinton, Martin Lythgoe; Production: James Pais; Client: Virgin Net; Agency: Archibald Ingall Stretton, London


Radio -- Business


Second Place


Entry Name: Help the Developer; Creative Directors: Bruce Lee, Mark Millar; Copywriter: Mark Millar; Production: Danny Murtaugh; Client: IBM Developerworks; Agency: OgilvyOne Worldwide, New York


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