Wilmington’s Short Order Production House, which has done creative production work for clients ranging from Chemours, Gore and M&T Bank to Zip Code Wilmington, University of Delaware and Ronald McDonald House, has won two gold ADDY Awards from the Philly Ad Club.
While Short Order does regional and national work, both of the recognized pieces are about Wilmington:
- “LiveWorkPlay: It’s Time, Wilmington,” a series of three ads highlighting Wilmington’s offerings, received gold in the category Local Television Commercial Campaign.
- “A Century Old Time-Lapse,” a very short documentary about a technique used to show the construction of the Dupont Building in downtown Wilmington, received a gold in Advertising Industry Self-Promotion.
“It’s really cool that of all the work we did last year, the two that won ADDYs were pieces highlighting awesome things in our beloved hometown of Wilmington,” said Zach Phillips, founder and CEO of Short Order.
Some of Short Order’s recent projects have included a YouTube series called “In the Pantry,” featuring Delaware chefs cooking favorite dishes in their home kitchens during the COVID-19 lockdown, and podcast “The Other Side,” hosted by Short Order’s director of creative operations, Matt Sullivan, that looks at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people in the community.
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