Clio Sports Awards Announces Its 2016 Gold, Silver and Bronze Winners

Ceremony to be held in New York on July 7

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Clio Sports, an event honoring creative excellence in sports marketing and advertising, announced its gold, silver and bronze shortlist winners for the third annual Clio Sports Awards on Wednesday. 

Gold winners included FCB Toronto for its work for Bank of Montreal, which won in the design category for its 10-foot-tall ATM designed to celebrate NBA All-Stars.

Grey New York won in the film category for its NFL Super Bowl Babies spot.

In the social good category, One Tree Forest Films took the gold for its #MoreThanMean campaign, which featured men reading mean tweets about female sportswriters. 

Check out the full list of gold, silver and bronze winners across all 25 mediums—including digital/mobile, direct, film and out of home—here.

Grand winners will be revealed during the Clio Sports Awards ceremony on July 7 at Capitale New York, which is being hosted by NFL analyst and radio host Boomer Esiason.  

(Adweek and the Clio Awards are owned by affiliates of Mediabistro Holdings LLC)


@ChristineBirkne christine.birkner@adweek.com Christine Birkner is a Chicago-based freelance writer who covers marketing and advertising.
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