Woodall Creative Group (UPIC: W485698) has been named a winner in the 37th Annual Telly Awards for the “Smart Choice, Smarter Child” video campaign created on behalf of its client, Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies. The Atlanta, Georgia-based agency operates as a distributor in the promotional products industry.

“We are incredibly humbled to have this work honored once again,” says Tracy Woodall, president of Woodall Creative Group. “It was an amazing journey from concept to completion. Beyond the recognitions it has garnered from our industry, it was a highly successful campaign for our client—Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies—further securing their brand as a premier provider of early childhood education throughout the nation and around the world.”

The “Smart Choice, Smarter Child” campaign was released in 2015 to promote the Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies, a global company of early education franchises that has been a client of Woodall Creative Group since 1992. Featuring a group of precocious preschoolers touting all of the things that set Kids ‘R’ Kids apart from other childcare facilities, this particular video campaign has been recognized previously with a W3 Award and an International Davey Award from the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA).

Darlene Barnwell, chief creative officer for Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies, adds, “Tracy Woodall has been so wonderful to work with on our creative projects. She is not only creative, but she really does her homework before launching an idea. By researching and understanding our industry in the here and now, our projects stand out from our competitors. Because we’ve been collaborating with her and her team for more than 20 years, we practically read each other’s minds when it comes to ideas and content.”

Founded in 1979, The Telly Awards honoring outstanding local, regional and cable TV commercials and programs, video and film productions, and online commercials, video and films. Winners represent the best work of advertising agencies, production companies, television stations, cable operators and corporate video departments. The awards received more than 13,000 entries from all 50 states and abroad, and were judged by a panel of 500 industry professionals.