Brockeim Power Review Power Show Shortlisted for Clio
Brockeim Power Review Power Show receives a shortlist award from Clio (2019). I’m proud of it, and look forward to the next adventure.
A Clio. Advertisers want to win these. Did I win? No. A shortlist award, as I understand, is like an honorable mention. Pretty impressive when I see the competition is incredible.
Did I (as in me) win? That’s complicated. You’ll see below a list of people who made the commercials happen. I wasn’t alone. In fact, I had the fun part. They did all the difficult production and marketing work. There were others not listed here as well. My role was minimal.
But… whose name is all over the ad? That’s all I’m saying’, knowhatimsayin’?
You can see the Ziploc brand commercials here.
Agency Network BBDO
Entrant Company Energy BBDO
Marketing Company United Entertainment Group (UEG)
Media Agency PHD
Production Company (additional) Flare
Chief Creative Officer Andrés Ordóñez
Executive Creative Director Vince Cook
Creative Director Meg Farquhar
Executive Producer Matt Scoville
Producer Sarah James
Client Service Director Kevin Bogusz
Account Supervisor Sam Padilla
Executive Creative Director Michael Nuzzo
Rights & Partnership Morgan Lathrop
Client Management Tim Shaw
Client Management Coordinator Sara Yocum
Associate Director Jess Rosul
Supervisor Luke Fowler
Director Rob Cohen
Executive Producer Mitch Monzon
Editor Casey Cobler
Sound Engineer Katy Mindeman
Producer Jenny McDonald
The Clio Awards is the premier international awards competition for the creative business. Founded in 1959 to celebrate creative excellence in advertising, the Clio Awards today honors the work and talent that pushes boundaries, permeates pop culture and establishes a new precedent around the globe.
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