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2021 Youth Mental Health

Due to COVID-19 AdMental 2020 happened in 2021 and once again we were at Bonython Hall. The theme was youth mental health and in ‘Gruen’ Style fashion two teams pitched us how to sell it.

Dallas Rodgers took out the Geoff Robertson Memorial Award and a scholarship to Award School with Alice Reardon winning the People’s Choice Award.

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Alice Reardon
Dallas Rodgers
2019 Loneliness in our older population

AdMental returned to Bonython Hall to address Loneliness in our Older Population. AdMental took an exciting twist and this year saw young creatives make their mark in the advertising world, guided by industry professionals.

The two teams battled it out ‘Gruen’ Style as they pitched on ‘how to sell positive wellbeing.’ Peter Ferris took away the ‘judge’s choice’ Geoff Robertson Memorial Award and Elysha Glaser won the People’s Choice Award.

Watch the videos here:

Ageing Well
Mindset for Life
2018 Supporting workers

Our second AdMental event was hosted by comedian Amanda Blair and was once again a great success. This year’s AdMental had a focus on mental health in the workplace.

Local ad agencies, Floodlight Media and Super8, presented their mental health messages to an appreciative audience in Bonython Hall.

The Geoff Robertson Memorial Award was won by Super8, with the People’s Choice Award going to Floodlight Media.

Watch the videos here:

#LETSTALK
Be Aware. Show You Care.
2017 Wellbeing

During Public Health Week in 2017 was the inaugural Admental event and hosted by comedian Greg Fleet. , Local advertising agencies developed a short TV prevention message for mental health, equivalent to the Slip, Slop, Slap for Cancer Prevention ads.

The 2017 winner was Black Sheep Advertising, taking home the Geoff Robertson Memorial Award. The audience then had their say, with Welbourn O’Brien picking up the People’s Choice Award.

Enjoy the creative responses presented on the night:

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