See the Emmy-Award (and counting) Winning TV Ads for NExT
As if an Emmy for best commercial campaign wasn't enough, the May 2011 television ad campaign for the Network for Excellence in Teaching (NExT), a Bush Foundation partnership with 14 educational institutions in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota, continues to garner accolades from the television, public relations and communications industries. (Read about the launch of this campaign.)
The Telly Awards honor outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions, and web commercials, videos and films. The NExT television ad campaign won bronze awards in both the "Campaign-Not for Profit" and People's Telly "Regional TV Commercial" categories.
Public Relations Society of America awards recognize outstanding public relations campaigns, programs and tactics, and the dedication and contributions of public relations and communications professionals. The icon of the public relations profession, the Silver Anvil Awards recognize the best public relations programs of the year and the highest standards of performance in the profession. The Bronze Anvil Awards recognize individual items or components of programs or campaigns that contribute to the overall success of public relations programs and campaigns. The NExt television ad campaign won the Silver Anvil Award of Excellence in the "Integrated Communications" category and the Bronze Anvil Award in the "Media Relations - Associations/Nonprofit Organizations" category.
The ad campaign also won the 2012 Bronze Quill Award of Excellence in the "Communications Management" division and the Award of Merit in the "Communication Skills" division from the International Association of Business Communicators, Minnesota.
About theBushFoundationOur mission is to be a catalyst for the courageous leadership necessary to create sustainable solutions to tough public problems and ensure community vitality. The Foundation was established in 1953 by 3M executive Archibald Bush and his wife, Edyth, and today works in communities across Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and the 23 Native nations that share the same geographic area.