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Southeastern Magazine wins two Addys

Contact: Christina Chapple


       HAMMOND – “Southeastern Magazine,” Southeastern Louisiana University’s annual publication, has been judged among the “best of the best” in creativity by the Advertising Federation of Greater Baton Rouge.

       The university magazine won two silver (second place) ADDYs at the 2006 ADDY event, "Westminster ADDYs, Best In Show," a gallery style showing and awards ceremony on Feb. 4 at SoGo Live in Baton Rouge.

       “Southeastern Magazine’s” won the only silver ADDY in the “printed newsletter” category. The magazine was designed by Public Information graphic designer Terry Bahm, and edited by Director Rene Abadie with photography and editorial contributions by office photographers Randy Bergeron and Claude Levet and Southeastern writers Abadie, Christina Chapple, Angey Murray, Larry Hymel, Matthew Tarver, and Matt Sullivan.

       A silver Addy also went to the magazine’s cover, designed by Bahm to highlight the cover story on the 20th anniversary of Southeastern’s arts festival, Fanfare.

       The American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) recognize and award outstanding creativity in the advertising, graphic design and broadcast production fields. Winners were selected from a total of 294 entries

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