The National Advertising Challenge offer creatives and media planners from the world of advertising an opportunity to promote themselves by showing their best and most original work. NAC Organizers may refuse Entries, which offend national or religious sentiments, public taste or which in the Awards Organizer's opinion breach any applicable laws, regulations/codes of practise or infringe any third party rights. Entries cannot be cancelled or removed from the competition after APRIL, 2016 (please check back for specific date). NAC Organizers may contact the client related to any entry at the request of the jury at any time during the voting process should any questions about the implementation or presentation of the work arise. The CHALLENGE Organizers will endeavour to move entries to more appropriate categories if necessary. However, the Jury will not be allowed to move entries between categories. All entry forms must be completed online at nationaladvertisingchallenge.com. An entry sent online will be considered complete once all corresponding fees have been paid and material arrives at NAC offices and is uploaded via the entry website.
Entrants or companies who are proved to have deliberately and knowingly contravened any rules relating to eligibility may be barred from entering the awards for a period of time following the NACs as specified by Organizers.
Entries will be judged by a National Jury. The shortlist is decided by the first voting. Further voting establishes the ranking in each category which is the basis for the Juries' discussions and awarding of Gold, Silver, Bronze and Merit awards. At all voting stages, a judge is prevented from voting for any entry submitted by his/ her agency(ies) in his/her province. The decision of the Juries in all matters relating to the awarding of prizes will be final and binding.
For the purpose of this paragraph, 'entry/campaign' means the work you enter into the NACs under these Entry Rules. Any material submitted in the course of entering the CHALLENGE or otherwise provided to the Organizers becomes the property of Organizers and cannot be returned. Entrants may be required to supply additional material for any shortlisted or winning work for the winners' DVD and any promotional publication and exhibitions held after the Awards Gala. In order to promote the NACs, each entrant hereby grants to the CHALLENGE Organizers a non-exclusive, royalty free right and licence to: Screen or publish all materials submitted, including all entry/campaign, with or without charge at public or private presentations, wherever and as often as Organizers think fit; Reproduce all materials submitted to Organizers, including all entry campaign, in the NAC Archive, online or offline. You warrant that, in exercising the rights and licences granted to NAC Organizer, you shall not breach any applicable laws or infringe the rights of any third party, including but not limited to third party intellectual property rights, anywhere in the world. Each entrant agrees to assist the Organizers in supporting any legal action that may be taken against the Organizer in relation to the exercise of the rights set out above and to supply information to Organizers immediately should they become aware that an unauthorized collection or compilation including their Advertisement is available for sale or distribution. Each entrant agrees to hold the Organizers harmless of any claims that may be made against them by reason of any breach of the warranty set out above. Winners have the right to use any award given to them for promotional purposes on condition that this is correctly described. Each entrant confirms to the Organizers that they have the legal right to enter the NACs on the terms of these Entry Rules. Each entrant indemnifies Organizers against all liability to any other person, firm or company and all loss arising from a breach by the entrant of any of these Entry Rules.
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Read through the category descriptions and submission requirements before you begin. Check the material requirements for each entry section; you will need to upload appropriate files and send physical material in order to be considered.
There is no cost to register. You will receive a confirmation email with your login and password information, as well as a unique ID number. You will need this number to enter and identify your entry.
Login using your user ID and password. Begin the submission process by clicking on the "submit entry" button. Select the category you would like to enter, and the number of submissions you would like to submit (you can enter as many categories and submit as many pieces as you like). Complete the entry form for each submission you are entering. Upload your entry media/digital files, making sure they conform to the requirements. Incomplete entries can be saved at any stage. You must pay the submission fee for the entry to be submitted successfully. Entries will not be judged unless submission process is finalized and payment is received.
Payment must be made online by VISA, MasterCard or AMEX. Retain the receipt for your records. You will receive an email confirmation that the payment was successful and that your entry has been successfully submitted and accepted. Only entries that have been paid for will be submitted for judging.
Please check the material requirements before submitting anything. Make sure all material adheres to specifications and sizes. All materials must be received on or before the closing date and time. Late materials will not be accepted. Once you pay the required submission fee, you will be provided with a label "template" that can be adhered to your materials. We recommend you use this label as it will streamline the process.
Entries must be submitted by deadline. Teams: two or more (however, only 2 will receive the prize), teams of 1 for the student category Only work created solely for the purpose of entering this competition is eligible. Entrants must use royalty-free or licensed music for all submissions (including presentation videos). The National Advertising Challenge is open to all those involved in advertising and communication - advertising agencies, production companies, advertisers, etc. All individuals involved in the creative process are eligible to enter. The student category is open to all those involved in a creative post-secondary program across Canada. Teams (or team members) may submit to more than one category.
All categories (except the Student Category) are open to all ages. If you are a Young Lion (born after June 21, 1985) you will win accommodations along with your prize!