Seattle, WA — Wong, Doody, Crandall, Wiener (WDCW) was named 2013 Ad Age Small Agency of the Year, Gold in the 76-150 employees category by Advertising Age at the fifth annual Small Agency Awards held last night in Portland, OR. Comprised of a vibrant and dedicated talent pool across offices in Seattle and Los Angeles, WDCW has consistently ranked among the top independently owned U.S. agencies since its inception in 1993.
“We strive to be agile and fearless in delivering exceptional work for our clients, and it’s incredibly rewarding to be recognized for those efforts by Advertising Age as an Agency of the Year, especially in the company of such stellar peers,” said Tracy Wong, co-founder, WDCW.
Presented by Ad Age and Creativity, the 2013 Small Agency Conference and Awards bring together small and mid-sized agencies to discuss emerging trends and unique challenges faced by this market, and to recognize the top shops across various size categories and regions.
One of the most-awarded independent agencies, WDCW’s accolades include Clios, Cannes Lions, D&AD, The One Show, EFFIEs, Art Directors Club, ADDYs and Andy’s, for memorable work across TV, radio, print and online. Recently announced new business wins Papa Murphy’s and Scion join a dynamic client roster that includes Alaska Airlines, Amazon, T-Mobile and ESPN.
About Wong, Doody, Crandall, Wiener
WDCW is an independently owned full-service advertising agency with offices in Seattle and Los Angeles. Clients include Alaska Airlines, T-Mobile, ESPN, and VIZIO. WDCW has 150 employees and $142 million in billings. www.wongdoody.com