Advertising Grad is Finalist in the Prestigious “One Show Awards”
April 8, 2016
Chase Madrid, who in 2008 earned a Bachelor of Science in Advertising from The Art Institute of California—Orange County* is a finalist in the prestigious One Show Awards. These awards are a worldwide competition celebrating the year's best in all forms of advertising, design, and marketing communications.
Madrid was nominated for his work on Nissan’s “Shoulder of Giants” campaign. The commercial was the “Ad of the Day” on Adweek Magazine and called “groundbreaking” by Forbes Magazine.
Finalists represent 40 countries across the globe. Learn more about the show here: http://www.oneclub.org/finalists/showcase/?show=9&id=30351
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