Agencies submitted a record 15,400 entries in The One Club's 24th annual creative competition. Winners were announced last week in New York.
Fallon McElligott won best of show for its Fox Network FX campaign. Overall, the Minneapolis-based agency won 14 Pencils, twice that of any other shop.
Among Southeast agencies, Crispin Porter & Bogusky was a big winner, receiving six Pencils for its Florida Tobacco Pilot Program's anti-smoking campaign. The Miami shop earned one bronze, three silver and two gold awards.
The Martin Agency, Richmond, Va., won a gold, two silvers and a bronze Pencil for its Virginia Holocaust Museum work.
Charlotte, N.C.'s Loeffler Ketchum Mountjoy was awarded a silver and three bronze Pencils for its North Carolina Travel & Tourism print campaign.
Buntin Group, Nashville, Tenn., got a silver Pencil for its collateral work for the Tennessee Repertory Theatre. The Work Agency, Richmond, Va., won a bronze Pencil for its Work Beer effort.
CP&B was also a winner at the American Association of Advertising Agencies' O'Toole Awards, taking first place in the public service broadcast category. Atlanta's Sawyer Riley Compton took top honors in public service print.
Elsewhere, Eisner Communications won six Addy awards against competition from New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The Baltimore shop's wins included best overall national campaign-- "Go RVing"--and best overall local campaign on behalf of the Children's National Medical Center.