Pro Bono Creative Turns To Gold For Tampa Ad Agency

Tue Mar 5, 2013 6:15pm EST

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TAMPA, Fla.,  March 5, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --  Tampa  based advertising and
marketing firm,  Trickey Jennus, spun a pro bono creative project into gold at
the 2013 AAF Tampa Bay ADDY Awards, winning a Best of Show, a Best of the Bay, a
Gold ADDY and two Silvers.

The three biggest awards came from a project  Trickey Jennus  developed for the
Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (FMoPA). The goal was to help FMoPA create a
buzz around their move to a new location. Using some prime real estate - The
River Gate Tower at 400 North Tampa Street - and "some of the world's best
photography," according to creative director  Tom Jennus, the agency wrapped one
side of the downtown building in photos and used the teaser line:  See What's

"This award is very significant to our organization for many reasons," said
FMoPA's chairman of the board,  Doug Bartley. "First, it exemplifies the quality
of our board and the in-kind work that organizations like  Trickey Jennus  bring
to our museum. But more importantly, it showcases our museum as an important
icon within downtown  Tampa's cultural arts district."

The pro bono effort came about through CreateAthon - a not-for-profit
organization that recruits advertising agencies to do pro bono work for worthy
501(c)3 organizations. FMoPA was the Judge's Choice winner for the 2011 Tampa
Bay Business Journal Nonprofit of the Year, making them one of Trickey Jennus'
CreateAthon clients.

Trickey Jennus  also earned a Silver ADDY for collateral with the Tampa
Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation 2011 Annual Report, and a Silver
for the Tampa Downtown Market color print ad campaign.

A photo of the award-winning graphics can be found at:

A video of the installation can be found at:

For more information, please contact  Trickey Jennus  creative director,  Tom
Jennus  at: (813) 831-2325 or visit

CONTACT:  Ava VanNahmen, +1-727-365-9383,

SOURCE   Trickey Jennus

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