S.E. Shop Score National Addys

Southern agencies grabbed their share of glory at the National Addy Awards last week, where Cliff Freeman and Partners and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners were best of show winners.

Austin Kelley Advertising in Atlanta took home three Addys for magazine work supporting its Barn Fly men’s apparel account.

Miami’s del Rivero Messianu won for its Volkswagen newspaper ads. McCann-Erickson Latin America/Caribbean of Miami was honored for Pan American Sports Network’s “Golf Teaser” spot.

Said Communications in Nash-ville, Tenn., earned an Addy for its b-to-b campaign for Highland Green apparel. Lewis Communications in Brentwood, Tenn., won for its Nashville Sounds’ “Share the Tradition” work. Two Addys went to O’Connor Kenny Partners in Memphis, Tenn., for its Hard Rock Cafe billboards.

Carbon 14 of Memphis and Cramer-Krasselt in Orlando, Fla., won awards for sales promotion efforts.

The Ramey Agency in Ridgeland, Miss., re-ceived two Addys for its posterprojects. Baltimore’s Eisner Com-munications won for the photography in its Nature Conservancy ads.

Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods in Little Rock, Ark., tallied two Addys—for broadcast and collateral in support of the arts—for its Arkansas River Bluesfest work. Wray Ward Laseter Advertising in Charlotte, N.C., and Huey/Paprocki Advertising in Atlanta each garnered awards in the advertising for the arts campaign category.