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Ad2, Inc Wins Telly

4 December 2012 No Comment

Ad2, Inc was pleased to learn thier concept for Cellular Surgeon won a National Telly Award!

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Additional Telly Awards Information:

For over a quarter century, the Telly statuette has been a symbol of creative excellence.
Silver Winners are awarded a Silver Telly statuette, the highest honor. Bronze Winners are awarded a Bronze Telly statuette. Designed by the same firm that makes the Oscar® and Emmy®,  the Telly statuette is nearly 12 inches tall and weighs more than 4 1/2 pounds. In addition, each entry chosen as a Silver or Bronze Winner is awarded a commemorative certificate.

All judges are members of the Silver Telly Council. Judges evaluate entries to recognize distinction in creative work ÔÇö entries do not compete against each other. Instead, entries are judged against a high standard of merit. Judges score entries on a performance scale and winning entries are recognized and awarded as Silver or Bronze Winners based on the combined scoring of the judges who evaluate each entry. Empowered to uphold the historical standards of the Telly competition, judges may award top honors to more than one entry or no entries in a particular category. All decisions of judges are final.


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