NEV. – B.C. LeDoux, president, executive creative director and partner of The Glenn Group, was recently named Ad Person of the Year by Reno’s Ad Club, AAF Reno.
Through LeDoux’s leadership, the agency has landed several notable accounts through the years including The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, Nevada 150 Foundation, The Mob Museum, Bally Technologies, Seminole Hard Rock Hotels and Casinos and international brands such as Minelab Metal Detectors (Australia), William Hill Sports Books (U.K.) and Royal Caribbean International.
His guidance has led The Glenn Group to remain a leader within the industry, which recently received over 50 statewide ADDYs during the local and regional 2013 American Advertising Federation (AAF) ADDY Awards.
Though LeDoux is no longer a Reno resident, his connection to northern Nevada continues to stay strong through his weekly visits. He accepts the challenges that Las Vegas brings, while still being able to remain a part of the northern Nevada community.
“This award is extra special to me. I spent many years in Reno, and it will always be home to me, so I love that I’ve been able to face new challenges in a new city while still being able to remain a part of this amazing community,” stated LeDoux in his acceptance speech.
He continued, “It’s because of our team that I want to get better at what I do every day and work to open up opportunities for them to get better at what they do every day. They drive my passion to help us become a better company, to elevate our work, to contribute to our communities and to raise the expectations of our state in the marketing space.”
The annual Ad People of the Year Awards honor the best and the brightest in the northern Nevada advertising community. Each year the Thomas C. Wilson, Ad Person of the Year, the Promotion Person or Group and the Community Contribution of the Year awards are all given to worthy recipients nominated by their peers.
For more information about LeDoux and The Glenn Group, and to read LeDoux’s acceptance speech in its entirety, visit http://tinyurl.com/kwrd9cv.