For Immediate Release


(London, November 10, 2008) – Uncle Grey, Arhus attained two Finalists while Ogilvy & Mather Copenhagen attained one Finalist at the London International Awards 2008. Now in its 23rd year, London International Awards continues to honour excellence in advertising, design and digital media.

Uncle Grey's submission Peugeot 308 "Long Minute" was honoured with two Finalists in Television/Cinema in the categories of Best Use of Music and Automotive. Ogilvy & Mather's entry Duracell "Speaker" won Finalist Status in Poster Outdoor.

Of the 17,969 submissions, only 5% reached Finalist status. The vast number of submissions reflects the prestige and explosive growth of London International Awards since its inception in 1986 when 2,600 submissions were judged.

"Denmark continuously demonstrates the wealth of talent there and we are very privileged to be able to showcase the talent and work from there," said Barbara Levy, President of London International Awards.

For ticket reservations and a complete list of Finalists, please visit the London International Awards' website,, Gold, and Grand Prize Winners will be announced at the London International Awards Show in London on 10 November.

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Bee Lee +44 7702 555 441 / +1 646 346 4087
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About London International Awards:
London International Awards honours pre-eminent work in advertising, design and digital media. Now in its 23rd year, the organisation's coveted statue has become an international icon of creative excellence. London International Awards is respected in an industry already saturated with awards because of its renowned jury panels and stringent judging process. In 2007, London International Awards implemented a system that enabled the Jury to Award Silver Statues, supplementing the Gold and Finalist honours.

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