Hornady Manufacturing received six honors for its “Zombie Max Online Video,” during the 33rd Annual Telly Awards. The video has also been entered for the People’s Telly, which is currently being determined through an online voting process.
The “Zombie Max Online Video,” made a definite impression with the judges, who awarded one silver Telly Award for the editing, and five bronze Telly Awards for sales, sports, copywriting, visual effects, and cinematography.
The two-minute video is based on a theme of being prepared “just in case,” and features an armed man stepping cautiously through a junkyard. An onslaught of the hostile undead ensues, and the man shoots his zombie assailants with Hornady Zombie Max ammunition, while a voiceover warns, “They told me it could never happen.”
The video has also been entered for the People’s Telly, which is awarded to the project that garners the most votes on the Telly Awards YouTube site Searching the Online Video tab, Hornady fans can access the video and cast their votes.
Hornady® Zombie Max ammunition and Z-Max bullets are offered in a variety of the company’s most popular calibers, and can be purchased from stocking dealers and major sporting goods stores.
Telly Awards honor outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, the finest film and video productions, and groundbreaking web commercials, videos and films. Winners represent the best work of the most respected agencies and production studios in the advertising, television, cable, and corporate video industries in the world.
Master Track Productions of Lincoln, Nebraska produced the winning video, which can be viewed on the Hornady website.