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Concerned Communicator Awards: Last date for submission of entries extended to Aug 25

30-July-2007
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Concerned Communicator Awards: Last date for submission of entries extended to Aug 25

Rajasthan Patrika has extended the last date for submitting entries for the Concerned Communicator Awards (CCA) 2007 to August 25. The deadline has been extended in response to the keen interest of the advertising fraternity in India as well as abroad. The Awards is a chance for agencies to express their concern about social issues using creative instincts.

Several agencies from India and other parts of the world are taking part in these Awards. With participants being given an option to utilise the free imagery from image partner Visage Images, the contest has become even more exciting. Agencies need to email a request to aastha@visageimages.com to be able to use complimentary imagery for their print advertisement.

Over the last 10 years, CCA has become an indispensable activity for the creative community. The CCA is a distinguished social advertising award in India that invites ad professionals to make print ads (not more that 500 sq cm in size) based on any social issue of burning importance. The winner gets a cash prize of $11,000 and best 50 entries get published in Rajasthan Patrika as well as on Yahoo! India.

For 2007, CCA is associated with International Advertising Association, Advertising Agencies Association of India, The Ad Club Bombay, International Newspaper Marketing Association, IFRA (International Body), UNICEF, Make-A-Wish-Foundation, PETA, Cinemax Multiplex, Bright Advertising, CNBC-TV18, Kingfisher Airlines, Visage Images and Yahoo India!

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