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Leo Burnett Named "Network of the Year" at the 93rd Annual ADC Awards

Leo Burnett Worldwide was crowned “Network of the Year” yesterday evening at the 2014 ADC Awards in Miami Beach, Florida. The ADC Annual Awards of Art + Craft in Advertising and Design is the first international and longest running award show of its kind, celebrating the premiere talent in design, advertising, photography, illustration, motion and interactive work. Along with winning the most coveted title of the evening, the Leo Burnett Worldwide network was celebrated with an additional 13 honors.

"This is the pre-eminent award in Art + Craft in Advertising and Design. To be named 'Global Network of the Year 2014' is a remarkable achievement. I am extremely proud," said Mark Tutssel, Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett Worldwide.

Leo Burnett Sao Paulo picked up a Gold for the cleverly designed Fiat “Letters” print campaign, and Leo Burnett Paris also took home Gold for the beautifully crafted Mimi Foundation integrated campaign “If Only For A Second.” Other wins for major campaigns included Leo Burnett Toronto’s P&G Bounce “Repels Pet Hair," London’s work "Second Chance" created for Business in the Community and Sydney and Chicago’s Coca-Cola campaign, “Small World Machines.”