Jan 09, 2007

LEAP's Gilleo IAC Judge for Fourth Year

by: lfi in News

The Web Marketing Association is pleased to announce that Alan Gilleo, Executive V. P./Creative Director of LEAP, Inc. has been selected for the judging panel of the 11th annual Internet Advertising Competition.

As Executive VP and Creative Director at LEAP, Alan uses his ten years of traditional and interactive agency experience, to integrate creative disciplines and branding strategies into every aspect of services for clients that include Tommy Hilfiger, National Public Radio, McGraw-Hill, and Comcast Cable.

"It's an honor to be invited to the judging panel for a fourth time," says Gilleo. "The WebAwards recognize and reward continuous improvement, results-driven implementation, and passion for the client's brand. The opportunity to acknowledge the achievements of our peers on a global level is exciting, inspiring and humbling all at the same time."

The 2007 IAC judges consist of a select group of Internet professionals who have direct experience directing, producing, and managing internet advertising campaigns on a global level - including advertising executives, members of the media, content providers, and internationally recognized webmasters. The judging will take place online in mid-February of 2007.

About LEAP

LEAP is a full-service interactive agency, offering Interactive Productions including strategy, creative, web-software services and Interactive Marketing including PPC management, SEO, promotions, blog management, viral and social media marketing.

Clients include Tommy Hilfiger, National Public Radio, YUM! Brands International, Brown-Forman, Aleris, Jacuzzi, Insight, and Fiserv. www.leapagency.com

About the Internet Advertising Competition

The Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards are produced by the Web Marketing Association to honor excellence in online advertising, recognize the individuals and organizations responsible, and showcase the award winning Internet advertising. This is one of the only competitions to recognize only online categories of advertising. www.advertisingcompetition.org/iac