Thursday, June 15, 2006

CAXTONS CALL FOR ENTRIES


The Call for Entries has gone out for the Caxton Awards, which honour and reward Australia and New Zealand’s best newspaper advertising over the last 12 months.
The Caxton Committee has announced that in 2006 there have been some changes:
1. Eligibility for the 2006 awards has been extended to include all advertisements in national, metropolitan, regional and community newspapers in both Australia and for the first time ever New Zealand. This includes both paid and free newspapers. There are 7 separate categories for entries appearing in magazines published within those newspapers i.e.: colour supplements and TV guides.
2. For the first time ever delegates will be rugging up and heading to the snowy town of Queenstown, New Zealand.
3. Entries can now be done completely on line, that’s right no more mounting, printing and sending away. Thanks to our wonderful sponsors at WebSEND all entries can now be uploaded on line – all you have to do is visit www.websend.com.au/caxton
The Call for Entry will also be available to download from June 15 at
www.twodeforce.com.au/caxtonawards/ The booklet will be mailed shortly to all agencies.
The Call for Entry will close July 14th 2006, strictly no extensions. To be eligible ads must have appeared between July 1st, 2005 and June 30th, 2006.
The Caxton Awards Weekend Seminar will be celebrating its 32nd Anniversary at the world-renowned Millbrook Resort, Queenstown, New Zealand from September 22 to 24, 2006. Weekend bookings open soon.
The format of the Caxton Awards Weekend Seminar is unique worldwide and has become Australasia’s premier creative advertising event for all who want to lift their creative game, be they writers, art directors, planners, account service or senior management.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Jello Biafra said...

Queenstown is bloody nice in the spring. Temperature can sometimes nudge over 15 degrees.

Around this time of the year, the millionaires daughter's go potty, there's an influx of whacky german tourists, and there's still tons of snow on the Remarkables.

Better still, Emerson's is on tap at most good bars. Emerson's beats the pants off all other beers.

Also, fucked if I know where that circle is pointing to. Looks like the bottom of Mt Dick to me.

8:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will there be skiing?

3:38 PM  

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