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The Results Are In For The 2018 AAF-Gala ADDY Awards

19 Mar, 2018 Ryan Anderson Web & Graphic Design

The annual ADDY Awards were held over the weekend and we were fortunate enough to win six Gold and 23 Silver ADDYs along with two Judge’s Choice Awards. Work for eight different clients was featured as well as multiple self-promotional campaigns. Including these most recent additions, Fluid has won more ADDY awards than any other agency in the state of Utah over the past six years. 

I couldn’t be more pleased with our ADDY recognition this year. We’re taking it as a sign that we’re doing our job as an agency to help our clients make an impact on the marketplace and grow their businesses. We’re fortunate enough to work with some amazing people and have a very talented team at Fluid, and these awards serve as proof of that.

The ADDY Awards are advertising’s largest competition, held each year to recognize the most creative, innovative and effective work in the industry. The competition spans three levels, from local to regional and the national finals. Our winning work will now move on to be judged in one of 15 district competitions later this year.


It’s been a great year for awards. Earlier this year, we were awarded a Top Workplace honor by the Salt Lake Tribune and Energage LLC and were one of only three finalists for Davis County’s Employer of the Year.

We see these recent honors as evidence that we’re moving in the right direction. Some of the most talented people in the State work here and we certainly don’t take that for granted. 

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