Integrated Marketing Communications team gets 7th regional win

University of Nevada, Reno student presenters  (from left to right) Lindsey Pastrell, Brian Mann, Brita Voris, Danni Winter and Geofff Roseborough helped the team capture first place in the district presentation of the National Student Advertising Competition held in San Jose April 19.  (Photo by Natalie Savidge, University of Nevada, Reno.)
University of Nevada, Reno student presenters (from left to right) Lindsey Pastrell, Brian Mann, Brita Voris, Danni Winter and Geofff Roseborough helped the team capture first place in the district presentation of the National Student Advertising Competition held in San Jose April 19. (Photo by Natalie Savidge, University of Nevada, Reno.)
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Updated: 4/23/2013 4:42 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- Twenty-five student members of the University of Nevada, Reno Integrated Marketing Communications Competition team have plenty to be proud of after winning their district’s National Student Advertising Competition in San Jose, Calif. on April 19.

The competition, sponsored by the American Advertising Federation, is divided into 15 districts, each with teams representing from one to five states. The University competed in district 14, which was comprised of California State University, Fresno; San Jose State University; University of California, Berkeley; University of San Francisco, and the University of Nevada, Reno.

This year, Glidden paint was the corporate client and provided schools with a unique challenge. Students had to research the product and its competition, identify potential problems and develop an integrated marketing communications campaign for the client. Each student team then had to “pitch" its campaign to a panel of judges. Glidden had previously released desired campaign objectives in its selected target markets, a detailed case study of its product history as well as an outline of their current advertising history to students to prepare for the competition.

Through the past 14 years, the University’s teams have won seven regional titles, placed among the top ten in the national competition three times and were the national champions in 2003.

The winning district teams and one “wild card” will all head to Phoenix, Ariz. June 5 through 8 to compete on the national level at the AAF ADmerica Conference.


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