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Leo Burnett wins a Bronze at the AP AdFest

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Leo Burnett wins a Bronze at the AP AdFest

Leo Burnett India has bagged a Bronze for its "Fishbowl" print ad for Bajaj Fann, at the Asia Pacific Advertising Festival (AP AdFest) 2002, held last week in Thailand. Another ad for Bajaj Midea Table Fans, the "Snake" TVC, was short-listed as a finalist.

Said Arvind Sharma, Managing Director, Leo Burnett India: "Like all other industries in India, the advertising industry must also catch up with the rest of the world. That''s our benchmark. If someday we are to have truly global Indian brands then we must have world class communication backing up world class products."

Leo Burnett India is one of the top 10 agencies in India. Its clients include The Coca-Cola Company, Procter & Gamble, Heinz, Fiat, Pillsbury, Bajaj, Dabur, Hitachi.

"We are obviously delighted," added Himanshu Patil, General Manager, Publicity and Promotions, Bajaj Electricals. "I think the agency has do ne consistently good work on our Fans and this award is a recognition of the same. To us this is just the beginning?"


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