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And the winner is… Fluid adds another 14 ADDYs to its trophy case

30 Mar, 2016 McKell Naegle



That’s how Fluid walked away from the 2016 American Advertising Federation (AAF)-Utah ADDY Awards on Saturday March 19—in a tie for the most awarded agency of the year.

“The reason awards are important is it recognizes work that is doing its job—standing out from the clutter,” said Ryan Anderson, Fluid’s Creative Director.  “We’re fortunate to work with some amazing clients. I’m very proud of the work we did this year.”

The ADDY awards are advertising’s largest competition, held each year to recognize the most creative, innovative and effective work in the industry. Including their most recent wins, Fluid has won more ADDY awards than any other advertising agency in Utah over the last four years.


Fluid is obsessed with accelerating the growth of its clients. It starts with insightful marketing strategy that turns into disruptive creative ideas. And it’s all backed up by deep research and innovative technologies that deliver real, measurable results.

Fluid’s approach has led to 350% growth for the agency over the last four years, and has landed them several new major clients including: Pluralsight, Filament Hospitality, Ken Garff West Valley Dodge, Cherry, King’s Camo, Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield, CR England, Elevated Billing, YESCO and Mercato Partners. Fluid’s internal team is growing as well, and three new Account Managers have recently joined the agency.

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