second in News Content, News Writing, Advertising, Sales Promotion, third in Sports Coverage and received an honorable mention in Editorial Comment.
The Gazette was the recipient of seven honors at the 44th annual ADDY Awards presented Feb. 27 by the Oklahoma City Ad Club.
In the Print Best Special Event Material category, Jill Brown, marketing director, and Mandy Hendrickson, former production director, won a gold ADDY Award for the Dachshund Dash.
"Tiny cow," credited to Street and Collins, won a gold ADDY Award for Publication Design Cover. Covers titled "Structural support," "Redeem thyself!" and "The Green Issue" earned a Silver Award for Publication Design Series, with credits to Street, Cornman, Brown, Associate Publisher Jeffri-Lynn Dyer, Entertainment Editor Joe Wertz and Lott.
The Woody Awards received a Silver Award in the Newspaper Self-Promotion Campaign category, with credits to graphic designer Paul Mays, Kimberley Christensen, production director, and Brown.
For Newspaper Campaign Black and White, "Bellini's "? Simply the Best Italian" earned a Silver Award with credits to Street and Julie Wilson, account manager.
The Ghouls Gone Wild parade tee by Sarah Leis, graphic designer, received a Silver Award in Specialty Advertising Apparel. In the Collateral Material Poster Single category, the Ghouls Gone Wild parade poster earned a Bronze Award, with credits to Street, Christensen and Brown.