Freestyle Interactive Tops Clio Awards

Freestyle Interactive, a San Francisco-based i-shop with 29 employees, was the top winner at Tuesday’s 42nd Annual Clio Awards in Miami’s South Beach, garnering one gold and two silver statues for two banner ads created for the Hewlett-Packard “Invent” campaign.

The two banner ads also won a Golden Pencil at the One Show in New York. Freestyle worked on the campaign with Hewlett-Packard’s offline advertising agency, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco. The 30-member jury for interactive advertising awarded a total of five golds, nine silvers and 11 bronzes.