And the Southern Winners Are …

It’s that time of the year again for advertising awards throughout the South.

In Nashville, Tenn., the Advertising Federation presented the Silver Medal for outstanding leadership to Timothy Templeton of TNT Design.

HMS Hallmark, won 18 awards at the 2001 Addy competition in Tampa, Fla., including three Best of Bay titles. Crosstown shop Paradigm/Lord + Lasker earned 10 Addys and a Best of Bay. Peak/Beity Advertising received three Best of Bays.

In Dallas, Stuart Bacon took home two Addys for its efforts on behalf of Cash America International and Calloway Nursery’s Web site.

The Leslie Agency in Greenville, S.C., scored five Adrian Awards from the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association for its South Carolina tourism advertising.

Baltimore’s Eisner Communications tallied 19 Addys for campaigns it completed for clients such as The Nature Conservancy, BWI Airport,, and Mile One. Eisner also was presented best of show honors for its Maryland Lottery assignments.

GodwinGroup of Jackson, Miss., garnered a bronze award at the Advertising and Marketing Effectiveness International competition for its American Hawaii Cruise work.

At The Richmond (Va.) Show, The Martin Agency racked up a total of 44 awards, including a best in show for its “Ice Cream” television spot for FMC Corp. Cabell Harris, who received 12 Addys for his Work Inc. advertising, was named Ad Person of the Year.