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The One Show extends deadline to February 22

17-February-2016
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The One Show extends deadline to February 22

The One Club, a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting creative excellence in advertising, design and marketing communications, has announced that it has extended its final deadline for entries until February 22, 2016.  The second extension was issued to accommodate the high volume of entries for The One Show, which receives well more than 20,000 entries.

 The One Show receives entries from more than 60 countries, and has Board members and partners in a dozen countries, as well as offices in China.  The One Show is produced by The One Club, a non-profit organisation that produces several diversity, education and professional development programs and initiatives.  These programs support a creative’s career from the Young Ones College Competition through induction into the Creative Hall of Fame.

 Kevin Swanepoel, CEO, The One Club said, “The One Show is not only the pinnacle of creative achievement. It’s the engine that drives our education, diversity and professional development programs.  If you enter The One Show, your entry fees go toward funding these programs.”

 One Show judging takes place in March; finalists will be announced in May; and Pencil winners will be revealed at The One Show, which takes place in New York City on May 11, at Gotham Hall, and May 13, at Cipriani Wall Street.

 In order to qualify for The One Show 2016, work must have been published or have aired between January 1st, 2015 and February 7, 2016

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