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Pepper Creative Awards 2015 to be held on April 23

23-April-2015
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Pepper Creative Awards 2015 to be held on April 23

The Pepper Award 2015, jointly organised by the Advertising Club Cochin and Pepper Creative Award Trust, will be held at Hotel Crowne Plaza on 23rd April, 2015 at 6.30 pm. This will be followed by various entertainments.

Thousand entries from 88 agencies across South India under 65 categories have been judged during the 9th edition of Pepper Awards. Some of the prominent agencies that participated include Saatchi & Saatchi Focus, DDB Mudra, Nirvana Films, Stark Communications, Be Positive 24, Maxus, Disha Communications, Maitri, Stirred Creatives, Happy Creative Services, Push Integrated, P(x), Turrino etc.

The awards are given in categories such as Agency of the Year Award, Advertiser of the Year, Special Jury Award, Press Campaign, TV Commercial, Outdoor, Radio, Interactive – Web-based, Direct Mailer, Packaging, Logo Design, Unpublished works and Promos.

The 9th Edition of Pepper also has an exclusive section for participants from Kerala: Jewellery, Real Estate, Textile, Hospitality, Ayurveda and others.

The award winners will be presented with Gold, Silver and Bronze awards and certificates. Around 600 people from the advertising fraternity in South India and prominent media personalities will attend the function.
 

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