Cincinnati and Louisville Awards Shows Honor Leap

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Leap Wins A Variety Of Awards For Extraordinary Client Work at Addy’s and Louie’s

Louisville, KY. (03/01/2013) – Friday night marked an important evening for Leap’s Louisville and Cincinnati creative teams. In both cities, their respective advertising federations threw the most important awards ceremonies of the year – the Addy’s.

“When we receive the invitation to submit entries for the Addy’s and the Louie’s, we look back on our client work throughout the year and are anxious to enter the most compelling work into these two prestigious awards programs,” said Alan Gilleo, Chief Creative Officer. “This year, we were thrilled to be recognized for some of our most innovative client work.”

(human)x, a full-service digital agency, won the following awards:

Louie Awards – American Advertising Federation of Louisville

Silver Louie Award – Photography, GuardiaCare

Silver Louise Award – QR Code Ad, Sun Tan City


Addy Awards – American Advertising Federation of Cincinnati

Silver Addy Award – Mobile Site, Deweys Pizza

About Leap

Founded in 1999, (human)x is a full-service digital agency offering a range of guidance to identify client needs and broaden strategic capabilities. Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, with a satellite office in Cincinnati, Leap offers clients access to capabilities in SEO, PPC, social media, email marketing, mobile marketing, display media, media buying/planning, digital design, CMS, website development, research and analytics. Client list includes world-renowned names in the Consumer Retail, Fashion + Entertainment, Financial Services, Healthcare, B2B, Food + Beverage, and Education industries. For more information, please visit

Leap is a leader among national digital agencies with  creative clients like Carnival, Fruit Of The Loom, Texas Roadhouse and Sun Tan City. They plan to compete in the regional Advertising Federation with all three pieces of client work that won.