'Southeastern Magazine' wins gold ADDY
Contact: Christina Chapple
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Left, Public Information Office Graphic Designer Terry Bahm displays Gold ADDY for Southeastern Magazine.
HAMMOND – The Southeastern Louisiana University Public Information Office has won a Gold ADDY for Southeastern Magazine in the Advertising Federation of Greater Baton Rouge ADDY Awards, which recognize the "best of the best" in advertising creativity in 2006.
The annual general interest magazine received one of two Gold ADDYs awarded in the “Sales Promotion-Printed Newsletter” category. The honor was one of 81 gold ADDY Awards and 125 silver ADDY Awards presented from a total of 584 entries.
The 44-page publication, which featured a cover story on the Livingston Literacy and Technology Center, was designed by Public Information Office Graphic Designer Terry Bahm and was edited by Director Rene Abadie. Contributors also included Assistant Director Christina Chapple, Photographer Randy Bergeron, and Graphic Designer Michael Trahan.
The awards were announced at the 54th annual awards ceremony, held at the Old State Capitol Feb. 10.