Fourteen students from the Department of Advertising, Public Relations and Media Design were award winners at the One Club’s Young Ones international advertising contest.
The students, who worked in teams to create advertising and branding campaigns for companies in response to fictitious scenarios, won a silver, a bronze and three merit awards. Their ad campaign entries ranged from BMW Connected, a mobile app that assists with life in a variety of ways, to a new category on the Partners for Peace/TOMS website for clothing and accessories not tied to gender identities.
The One Club of New York, an esteemed industry trade group, presented the awards at the Young Ones Awards Ceremony Tuesday night in New York City as part of Creative Week, a premier showcase of creativity in advertising, design and new media.
CMCI students Wiley Kaupas, Charlie Humpal and Jacob Glazier won a silver pencil award for “Sentinel” in the BMW Connect category. Katie Thermos, Halston Hazdra and Kayla Dickie won a bronze pencil for “The Scenic Route” in the same category. Three teams of students: Harrison Morof, Tory Powers and Will Houghton; Ray Gonzalez, Ben Rindels and Jacob Glazier; and Luke Johnson, Carmen Marxuach and Anna Russo all won merit awards.
CU Boulder students have won Young Ones awards every year since 2001.