San Juan - Badillo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi won three awards (1 Silver, 2 Bronze) at FIAP 2010. The 41st version of the Iberoamerican Advertising Festival was held April 27-30 in Buenos Aires. FIAP is the most prestigious creative competition in the Hispanic world, where the leading agencies from Latin America, Spain, Portugal and the U.S. Hispanic Market compete.
The FIAP Silver award went to The Home Depot’s “Disorganized” radio spot. Head & Shoulders’ “Boxing” and “Karate” print ads each garnered Bronze awards.
Erasto Freytes, President of Badillo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi, commented: "Our agency maintains its track record of winning awards at international creative festivals, once again this time at FIAP. I am very proud of the delivery, the passion and the commitment of all our creative department in generating ideas geared at transforming our clients' businesses, working hand in hand with the account service team and the rest of the agency in building Lovemarks. We are also thankful to our clients for their support and for championing our ideas. These awards also belong to them."
To this, Juan Carlos Rodríguez, Badillo’s Creative Director, added: "Winning awards once more at FIAP is quite exhilarating and it is a confirmation that we’re doing a good job. We are quite happy. It is always important to validate our creative product at creative festivals. Awards such as these encourage us to develop better ideas just when brands most need them.”
See also "Conill Wins Silver Award at FIAP 2010"