Laughlin Constable’s “Best of Show” for Lambeau Field Supper Club Installation at the annual United Adworkers 2017 Milwaukee 99 Awards was one of several victories claimed by the agency during the Oct. 13 event.
Described by LC as “a major focal point of Travel Wisconsin’s marketing efforts,” the Supper Club Installation offers the look and taste of a cozy northwoods eatery from a concession stand in the home stadium of the four-time Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers.
Retro signage and wall-mounted game trophies lure fans in. Fish fries and pot roast sandwiches get’m to bite. It’s almost cool enough to make a Chicagoan root for the Packers.
But not quite: Go Bears!
The United Adworkers Milwaukee 99 Awards are named in reference to the fact that only 99 of several hundred submissions are recognized with awards.
Laughlin Constable Chief Creative Officer Dan Fietsam is understandably pleased with this year’s selections.
“To take home nine awards including Best of Show is testament to the brain power, team work and innovative thinking our agency puts forth each day,” he says. “Laughlin Constable is proud of the work we’ve accomplished.”
Other LC award-winners included the agency’s own Laughlin Constable Rebrand and the Frampa TV Campaign for Fram, which features gratuitous use of the word “numnuts” by Breaking Bad actor Jonathan Banks.
Also read: “LC, Fram scold consumers in new Frampa campaign.”
Laughlin Constable at Adworkers 2017 Milwaukee 99 Awards
Best of Show
Wisconsin Department of Tourism — “Lambeau Field Supper Club Installation;”
Fram Group — FRAMPA TV Campaign
Laughlin Constable — Laughlin Constable Rebrand
Wisconsin Department of Tourism — Lambeau Field Supper Club Installation
Fram Group — FRAM Group TV Single: Choices
Medela — Medela: Alexa
Laughlin Constable — Laughlin.com
United Adworkers — United Adworkers: Adworkers Against Humanity
Laughlin Constable — Laughlin Constable Spirit Animal Generator
Laughlin Constable is a 4A’s Top 25, integrated, proudly Midwestern advertising agency with offices in Chicago and Milwaukee.