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Influential, Dynata & MediaHub NBA All-Star Campaign Wins Silver at 2021 David Ogilvy Awards

Premier industry award recognizes insights-driven advertising behind dynamic social media campaign in the Sports, Media & Entertainment category. Influential, the world’s largest influencer marketing company, in partnership with first-party data and insights platform company, Dynata, and global creative agency, MediaHub, who teamed up to facilitate The National Basketball Association’s 2021 All-Star Game campaign was awarded silver distinction in the Sports, Media & Entertainment category for the 2021 ARF David Ogilvy Awards, which honor research- and insights-driven advertising and pay tribute to the late David Ogilvy, who believed in the power of research behind effective campaigns.
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The Dish: Greenwich's David Ogilvy honored posthumously for work in historic preservation

Scene… The Greenwich Historical Society held its David Ogilvy Presentation Award & 90th Annual Meeting at the Belle Haven Club on Thursday. The event posthumously honored Greenwich resident David Ogilvy, the former president and owner of David Ogilvy & Associates and a leading force in the town’s real estate industry for over 40 years. The historical society’s first-ever David Ogilvy Preservation Award to his wife, Anne, and his family to recognize his contributions to historic preservation in Greenwich. The recipients of this year’s Landmark Recognition Program were also honored. The properties included Mary Tyler Moore’s fieldstone home on Dingletown Road where she lived with her husband, Dr. S. Robert Levine, until her death in 2017; Innis Arden Cottage at Greenwich Point, which was designed by pioneer female architect K. C. Budd; the Greenwich YWCA’s mid-century modernist building on East Putnam Avenue; and a spectacular Tudor dwelling in Rock Ridge. For more info on the event, go to www.greenwichhistory.org.
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David Ogilvy to Be Recognized by Greenwich Historical Society for Lifetime Work in Historic Preservation

David F. Ogilvy will be granted posthumously with the Historical Society’s first annual David Ogilvy Preservation Award to recognize major accomplishments for lifetime work dedicated to the advancement of historic preservation in Greenwich. The award will be presented to Anne Ogilvy and family at the Historical Society’s Annual Meeting on September 30th which also will honor recipients of the Landmarks Recognition Program.
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