- The Washington Times - Monday, April 8, 2002

Arnold Worldwide was the big winner at the Advertising Club of Metropolitan Washington's 2002 Addy awards on Saturday.
The McLean agency walked away with 13 Addy awards, including an unprecedented three "Best of Show" Addy Awards for print work for BBC America. Arnold also won five Citation of Excellence awards.
The Dan Rosenthal Co., based in Bethesda, received eight Addy awards and six Citation of Excellence awards for its work with such clients as Mastercraft Interiors, Sigma-Tau HealthScience and Global One USA.
Supon Design Group, an MHI Co., won five Addy awards, including one "Best of Show/Interactive" award, and four other Citation of Excellence awards.
"Best of Show/Broadcast" went to Rockville-based Enten & Associates and "Best of Show/Collateral" was given to Mek-aroonreung/Lefebure, based in Arlington.
The Washington Times also walked away with a Citation of Excellence award for its "Quantum Leap" television campaign.
In total, 180 Addy and Citation of Excellence awards were given to 54 winning companies and ad agencies at a ceremony at the Grand Hyatt Washington. This year the advertising club received about 800 entries for the competition.
All the winners are eligible to advance to the District competition where they will compete against winning entries from New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware. Those winners then move on to the national competition and the winners there will be announced at a ceremony June 8 in Miami.

In other ad news
Bertucci's is gobbling up the airwaves in the Washington and Baltimore area as part of its new $4 million advertising campaign.
Last week, the Italian restaurant chain, known for its brick-oven pizza, kicked off its new advertising campaign, which features a remake of the 1930s' Cab Calloway song "Everybody Eats When They Come to My House." The 60-second radio spot is also running in Philadelphia and both radio and TV ads are airing in Boston and Hartford, Conn. The campaign will run through mid-June.
Officials at Bertucci's say the company has plans to expand in the Baltimore/Washington market with at least 10 locations in the next two to three years and as many as 20 locations over the next five years.
"That whole corridor is ripe for future development," says David Nace, director of marketing at Bertucci's, which is already looking in places like Crystal City, Rockville and Reston.
Currently there are five restaurants in Maryland, two in the District and three in Virginia.

Donna De Marco can be reached at 202/636-4884 or by e-mail at [email protected]

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