And the DMA 2009 nominees are...COI, Ford, Hertz, British Gas and Vodafone

And the DMA 2009 nominees are...COI, Ford, Hertz, British Gas and Vodafone
And the DMA 2009 nominees are...COI, Ford, Hertz, British Gas and Vodafone

LONDON - Some of the UK's biggest brands feature in the 2009 Direct Marketing Association awards shortlist.

In the shortlist published today, Partners Andrews Aldridge has been cited for campaign work on six of their clients including Rolls-Royce, Greenbee, the Department of Health and Vodafone.

Wunderman follows Partners with four campaigns nominated, including its work for Ford. OgilvyOne has three campaigns short-listed, with Lida, Carlson and Proximity London on two.

See the full list of nominees below.

This year the DMA has held back on publicising the categories for which agencies have been nominated "to build anticipation".

But for a preview of the judges' comments on this year's entries, category by category, click here.

In another first, the DMA is introducing a two-tier ticketing system for this year's ceremony, to be held at Old Billingsgate in the City of London on 9 December. Companies that book at least one table are given the option of buying ‘After Dinner Tickets' for £45 plus VAT.  

The after dinner tickets allow entry from 10pm, just in time to see the Grand Prix awarded. "It's a way for companies to involve other members of staff and to give them the opportunity to enjoy the party, the celebrations and the free drinks," a spokesperson for the DMA said.

DMA Awards 2009 shortlist

Entrant                                                 Client

20:20 London                                        COI

Amp                                                       Morgan Lovell

archibald ingall stretton...                      02

AWA                                                      Republic           

Base One                                              Hitachi

BEC                                                       Motability Operations

Brave Marketing                                    Kao Brands Europe

Brierley Europe                                     Hertz Europe

Carlson Marketing                                COI/Department of Health
                                                             Arla Foods - Lurpak

Chemistry Communications Group      SCA Hygiene Products UK

CHI & Partners                                     Carphone Warehouse

Cordscom                                             Bupa

CreatorMail                                           TUI Travel UK

DDB London                                         Financial Times

EHS Brann                                            Department of Health

Entire Direct Marketing                         Shop Direct

Fuel Data Strategies                             Department of Health

Kitcatt Nohr Alexander Shaw                WWF-UK           

Lateral Group and Profero                    COI

Lida                                                      Mini
                                                             The Connection at St Martin's

MC&C and Whitewater                         RSPCA

MC&C and WPN                                   Which?

OgilvyOne Worldwide                            American Express

Ogilvy London                                       Coca-Cola Company

OgilvyOne Worldwide                           British Gas

OgilvyOne Worldwide                           IBM

Partners Andrews Aldridge                   Department of Health

Partners Andrews Aldridge                   Greenbee

Partners Andrews Aldridge                   Early Learning Centre

Partners Andrews Aldridge                   Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

Partners Andrews Aldridge                   Vodafone

Partners Andrews Aldridge                    Visit Wales

Profero                                                   Channel 4

Proximity London                                   Volkswagen           

Proximity London                                   RNLI

Publicis Dialog                                       Zurich Financial Services

Quant Presky Maves                             IKEA UK

Rapier                                                    Virgin Media

Rapp UK                                                IFAW UK

RN Advertising                                       Martin Randall Travel

The Red Brick Road & Ruby                 Gala Casinos

Save the Children                                  Save the Children

Stephens Francis Whitson                    More Than

Story UK                                                First Direct
                                                              The Glenmorangie Company

Tangible                                                 SoundEffects UK

TDA                                                       St Dunstan's

TEQUILA\London                                  The Army           

The FDS Group of Companies              Danone Waters UK

The Good Agency                                  Centrepoint

The Leaflet Company                            Somerfield

Watson Phillips & Norman                     COI/HSE           

WDMP                                                   Habitat

Weapon7                                               Mercedes-Benz

WPN and MC&C                                   Which?                                   

Wunderman                                           Kern
                                                              Ford of Europe
                                                              FedEx                                                                                                                                                                              Greater London House

 

 

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