CP+B Announces That It Will Be Quitting All Awards Shows

Alex Bogusky introduces 'The Quitty Awards'

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In a move that echoes Publicis Groupe’s headlining decision to pull out of this year’s Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, Crispin Porter + Bogusky announced today that it will no longer enter any awards shows.

Partner and chief creative engineer Alex Bogusky, who dramatically rejoined the MDC Partners shop in August after an eight-year absence from advertising, made the announcement in a tweet earlier today in which he introduced “The Quitty Awards,” a fake awards show dedicated to agencies that decide, as the name suggests, to follow his lead in putting an end to all awards show submissions.



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