March 4, 2016

Recognizing the achievements of Atlanta’s marketing community


The AMY Awards spotlight Atlanta’s most creative and talented marketers, chosen from among the most impressive candidate pool to date.  With over 100 entries this year, the 2016 nominees showcase the quality, success, and outstanding strategic methods of local organizations. Atlanta’s marketing community will gather on the evening of Thursday, March 10th at the Fabulous Fox Theatre to celebrate those who make their mark. View the Judging Day video for a behind the scenes look at how we chose the winners!

New award for 2016 – Best Marketing/Advertising Tech Start Up Award


Atlanta’s climate of innovation and surplus of workforce talent speaks to those who choose to ignite business in our city. As entrepreneurs launch new endeavors, Atlanta marketers are rising to the challenge and impacting industry. The 59th Annual AMY Awards signal that influence with the presentation of the first ever award honoring marketing and advertising tech start ups.

Tickets & tables are still available

The 59th Annual AMY Awards offer an opportunity to share cocktails with the game changers and extraordinary talent that Atlanta’s marketing community has to offer. Sponsorship tables are still available. What better way to inspire your marketing team? What better way to meet the people impacting the industry? What better way to get involved with and learn more about AMA Atlanta? Fellowship with industry titans and mingle with the leaders of tomorrow, all at one amazing event. Buy your tickets or table here!

Special Event Award Presentation Winners

Speaking of our #MakeYourMarkATL theme, join us in honoring these special award winners who have done just that.

Lifetime Achievement Award Winner
David Christopher
AT&T CMO

Marketing for Good Award Winner
Kate Atwood
Metro Atlanta Chamber Vice President of Marketing

Corporate Marketer of the Year
Janna Ducich
Cricket Wireless Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer

Agency Marketer of the Year
Richard Ward
22squared CEO

Black tie optional? Yassss

Gentleman, we know you have been waiting for an opportunity to wear that new shawl tux or midnight blue-slim fit suit you purchased last year. Ladies, will you choose a cocktail dress or gown? Either way, let’s get in formation for the 59th Annual AMY Awards!

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Posted on March 4, 2016 by Keshawn

Love this! Those are all great reasons why I plan to attend. I hope to see all my marketing friends there dressed to the nines!