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By Pittsburgh The Tribune-Review
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
 

Wall to Wall Studios walked away with the "Best of Show" award for the North Side-based ad firm's branding campaign for the restaurant Burgatory at the Pittsburgh Addy's this year.

But Brunner Inc. collected by far the most Addy awards (19) at the advertising industry's event Friday night, which drew more than 300 people to the Carnegie Science Center, according to the Pittsburgh Advertising Federation. Based Downtown, Brunner also received the "Judges Award of Excellence" for its client Zippo Manufacturing Co.

Marc USA, South Side, collected 12 Addy awards, second-most in the competition. Wall to Wall won nine. Garrison Hughes, Downtown, received eight. GatesmanMarmion+Dave got seven.

This year's competition drew nearly 400 entries from 31 firms and presented 82 gold and silver Addy awards, said the organization, which is an affiliate of the American Advertising Federation.

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