Submit Your Success. You spent long hours crafting a campaign in which you, your agency and your client could take pride. Now, by simply submitting your hard work, you could earn the international recognition and accolades your campaign deserves. You've already done the hard part. Don't miss out on receiving the rewards. Click here for the 2010 ECHO™ Awards entry form.
Provide a clear, concise and logical response to each and every question that is applicable to your campaign. All entries must use the official entry form. Please do not exceed the spacing available on this form or include any supplementary pages. Entries that exceed space restrictions and those submitted without results information will automatically be disqualified. (Click here to see a sample).
The ECHO™ Awards reserves the right to reassign entry categories for submissions that are deemed incorrectly entered. Please retain a copy of your creative sample(s) for your files.
Campaigns must employ response marketing and must have been produced, printed and/or aired and had response results tabulated between October 1, 2008 and March 31, 2010.
You can only enter the campaign/program once into the competition. Because ECHO™ Awards are judged by business category, submitting the same piece as an individual effort and as part of a campaign represents a duplication of effort, and one of your entries will be disqualified. Please choose the business category that most accurately describes the product or service. Click here for Categories of Entry (Business Category Explanations) details.
All entries must represent work done in the normal course of business and must be submitted exactly as it appeared to the target audience. Any advertiser, agency, client, consultant or producer may submit an entry, provided each qualifies within the definition of the category entered. All entries must be approved by advertiser/client for submission in the 2010 DMA International ECHO™ Awards Competition.
The DMA International ECHO™ Awards assumes all entries are original and the entrant either owns the work or has permission from the owner's approved agent to enter the work, with all rights granted therein. The DMA International ECHO™ Awards shall not be liable for any trademark or copyright infringement on the part of the entrant.
Submission of any entry acknowledges the right of the DMA International ECHO™ Awards to use it for exhibition, promotion and publication purposes in any medium.
Timely submission of an entry meeting the eligibility requirements and payment of the entry fee as stated herein ensures that an entrant's work will be reviewed and considered for recognition. No other representation or warranty is made by the ECHO™ Awards concerning entries, and all implied warranties are hereby expressly disclaimed.
If an entry receives an award, the manner and details of announcing such nomination and award is strictly within the discretion of the DMA International ECHO™ Awards. Entrant understands that all awards may not be presented to awardees or publicized in the same manner and some may be presented in a ceremony and others may not at the discretion of the DMA.
If you are in North America or Latin/South America, entries must be submitted and sent to:
2010 DMA International ECHO™ Awards
1120 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036-6700
Telephone: 212-790-1450/ 212-768-7277
If you are in Europe, the Middle East or Africa, entries must be submitted and sent to:
Finn Overgaard, ECHO™ Chair of European Judging
Vermundsgade 40 A, 5. sal
DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Telephone: (+45) 31 10 00 95
If you are in Asia, Australia or New Zealand, entries must be submitted and sent to:
Malcolm Bristow, ECHO™ Chair of Asia/Pacific Judging
132 Gwynne Street
Cremorne, Vic 3121