For Immediate Release
The Adelaide Advertising and Design Club (AADC) held its annual awards at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre last Thursday to celebrate the industry’s achievements over a turbulent 12 months.
Each year, the finest work across 11 unique advertising and design categories is judged by a group of respected industry peers from around the country, and showcased on the night.
This year The Kingdom was nominated in five categories and walked away with two prestigious industry honours, winning best Print - Photographic Idea for The Australian Marketing Institute’s ‘Head’ and best Activations - Idea for the Riverland’s Caudo Sangria.
The Kingdom’s Creative Director Troy O’Brien said he was tremendously proud to not only have the agency’s work considered among the best in the State, but also to work with an iconic Riverland family.
“We continually challenge ourselves to find the best creative solutions for our clients and it’s an amazing feeling to be recognised for all of our hard work and to put The Riverland top of mind,” Mr O’Brien said.
“For example, we created a branded Caudo Sangria tap handle - linked to an audio file - which played an evil laugh each time the Sangria Skull tap was poured.
“This not only created a key brand touch point, but also helped shape Caudo Sangria’s brand personality and stimulated conversation and interaction with the brand and its origin,” he said.
After only 5 years, The Kingdom is proud of its achievements to date and also wish to congratulate all winners from the night.
Adelaide and The Riverland continues to push the boundaries and make waves both at home and abroad.
For more information about The Kingdom visit www.kingdomadvertising.com.au or call (08) 8232 1125.