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Top 6: December 13th 2017

The National Safety Council: Stop Everyday Killers

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Top 6: December 13th 2017
22,000 People lost their lives to prescription Opioid overdose last year. The President has declared the Opioid Crisis a US Public Health Emergency. Today The National Safety Council is taking action to address the issue head on by launching a provocative nationwide public education campaign via Energy BBDO, that literally puts a face on the opioid epidemic. Stop Everyday Killers began in Chicago last month with the unveiling of 'Prescribed to Death,' the first ever memorial to the victims of the Opioid Crisis. The purpose of the memorial is to illuminate the stories of those lost to opioid addiction, and equip people with information and tools to prevent future devastation of lives. The exhibit includes a memorial wall made of pills – carved with faces that represent the 22,000 people lost last year.
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Lead Designer: Hung Vinh

Designers: Jaehyuk Choi, Erin Knott, Ramiro Silva

Head of Integrated Production: John Pratt

Studio Operations: Mitch Monzon

Director of Music: Daniel Kuypers

Project Manager: Blue Smith

Managing Director: Jeff Adkins

Chief Strategy Officer: Larry Gies

Account Director: Jeremy Kanefsky

Account Supervisor: Sarah Nelson

Account Executive: Kristen Schumacker

Planning Director: Lauren Brown

Experience Designer: Hyphen Labs

Website Creative Technologist: Mike Bodge

Editor: Liz Deegan

Editorial Company: Flare

Director of Post Production: Kendall Fash

Editor: Sean Berringer, Casey Cobler, Bryan Simpson

Sound Engineer: Sarah Krohn

Color/Finishing: The Mill

Head of Color: Luke Morrison

Artist: Sean Jamin Clutcher

Producer: Natalie Ksiazek

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