#Loeries2018 media kit and photos
Visit Gallo Images to access and download the media kit and photos from #Loeries2018 Creative Week.
The media kit contains:
- All Loeries 2018 press releases (All awards, Brand South Africa Young Creatives Award, Hall of Fame Inductee, Marketing Leadership & Innovation Award and New Loeries Chairperson)
- Spreadsheet with all winning work
- Grand Prix and gold winning work
Gallo Images photos
- A full gallery of photos from Loeries Creative Week events, as well as a gallery of Creative Week image highlights is available here too.
Please use the username and password below to login to the site.
To view examples of all winning work, click here.
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