GOLDEN TRAILER AWARDS HONOR THE YEAR'S BEST TRAILERS IN NINTH ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW

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MAY 12, 2008, LOS ANGELES: Hammer Creative has been honored with the award for the year’s“Best Video Game Trailer” at the 9th Annual Golden Trailer Awards for their THE SIMPSONS TM GAME: MEDAL OF HOMER (Electronic Arts) trailer. This win marks the third year in a row that Hammer Creative has garnered this prestigious recognition, and is preceded by Best Video Game Trailer awards for THE GODFATHER: THE GAME (2006) and TOM CLANCY’S SPLINTER CELL: DOUBLE AGENT (2007). "It's a real tribute to our video game team, led by Scott Hayman and Jim Botko, that we have had such consistent, long term creative success in the video game arena,” commented Hammer Creative founder Mark Pierce.“EA has been a terrific partner and we look forward to our continued relationship with them.”

About Hammer: Hammer Creative is a creative services and video production house located in Hollywood. In addition to winning three Golden Trailer Awards, Hammer has also won numerous MI6 and Telly Awards for its work in video game advertising.

About the GTA’s: Each year through an open competition judged by film and entertainment industry notables, the Golden Trailer Awards recognize the creative people who make movie trailers and the best examples of their unique art. The Golden Trailer Awards celebrates the craftsmanship and allure of these potent mini-epics. The 2008 Golden Trailer Awards Show took place Thursday, May 8th, at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles. The award show will air in primetime Monday, May 26 on MyNetworkTV as“The Movie Preview Awards.”

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For more information, please contact Sally Foster at 323.606.4700 or send an email to sally.foster@hammercreative.com.


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