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Lintas seeks reevaluation of ABBY entries

22-March-2001
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Lintas seeks reevaluation of ABBY entries

In a shocking move, advertising agency Lowe Lintas India today sent a formal communication to the Advertising Club Bombay, asking for a complete re-evaluation of entries for the forthcoming annual ABBY Awards. The agency has registered its protest at the manner in which some of the members of the jury violated judging procedures and subverted the entire process of grading and evaluating entries. The three-day event is scheduled to take place on March 29, 30 and 31, in Mumbai.

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