Lotus Awards calls out for entries

The Lotus Awards, British Columbia’s biggest advertising, design and marketing awards program, is accepting entries for its 2012 award program. The submission period lasts until Aug. 31 at 4 p.m. PDT. Those looking to put work before the judges can submit at the Lotus website. This year’s gala is set to take place on Nov. 8 […]

The Lotus Awards, British Columbia’s biggest advertising, design and marketing awards program, is accepting entries for its 2012 award program.

The submission period lasts until Aug. 31 at 4 p.m. PDT. Those looking to put work before the judges can submit at the Lotus website.

This year’s gala is set to take place on Nov. 8 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

“We listened to our peers and aim to bring back a show with a strong focus on the work produced by BC’s creative community,” said Lotus committee chair Victoria Wills, also a partner at Rethink. “I think the industry will appreciate this direction.”

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