Triskaidekaphobia is an extreme superstition of the number thirteen. As many as three million people suffer from a fear of this number, which is why you’ll be hard pressed to find the thirteenth floor on an elevator in San Antonio, or across the country. However, at Tribu we do not have this affliction.For two consecutive years, thirteen has been the Tribe’s lucky number at the American Advertising Awards, which celebrates the best professional and student advertising work produced in the San Antonio market.
The 2018 judges panel consisted of a diverse group of advertising professionals from around the country, in specialized fields like print and broadcast and online and interactive, as well as two local student competition judges.Our motto is “work hard, play hard,” and the Tribe did just that at the award ceremony held at the Sheraton Gunter Hotel in downtown on March 3.Of the thirteen awards, plus a Special Judge’s Award, Tribu and its partners took home the following:
As I read over the list of awards, I couldn’t help but think of my favorite, superstitiously avert advertising professional, Don Draper. Donny boy once said, “Even though success is a reality, its effects are temporary.” The Tribe ascribes to this mentality.Although we celebrate the success of the work we produce at Tribu, we will not rest on our laurels. Thirteen is a just a number, lucky or unlucky. As a Tribe of creative, Millennials, we can’t help but strive for more. Which is why we will continue to produce the most elevated content and design for our partners as we move forward in 2018 and beyond.
Cheers to our fellow American Advertising Award winners, and to producing more award-winning work!
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