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Deadline for Creative ABBY 2017 entries extended

10-February-2017
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Deadline for Creative ABBY 2017 entries extended

Goafest ABBY 2017, the highly coveted advertising awards, which is the gold standard in advertising, has extended the last date for its entries. By popular demand, the entry deadline for the Creative Abby awards is now 15th February, 2017. The extension is the last and final call for all participants to showcase their ground-breaking work at the ‘Truly Indian Awards of the Industry, for the Industry and by the Industry— ABBY 2017’.

The awards will see campaigns brought alive in the period from 1st January, 2016 to 31st January, 2017 adjudged by a renowned jury panel. The entry forms for the awards can be downloaded on the Ad Club Website from www.theadvertisingclub.net and www.aaaindia.org. The entries need to be uploaded online on www.theadclubawardsentries.com.

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