Airport creative contest names jury

Who will judge the Toronto Port Authority and Black's $250,000 contest?

The Toronto Port Authority and digital OOH media co Black have named the jury for the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Creative Competition.

The competition invites agency folks to submit a creative idea for a chance to win $250,000 in donated media for the charity of the agency’s choice. It’s a bid by the airport to populate the new Billy Bishop tunnel with “breathtaking creative,” according to a release. On top of the donated media, the competition is offering to foot the agency’s bill to enter creative into the One Show. Agencies are asked to create a campaign for a non-profit client that pushes the boundaries of OOH and mobile. 

The panel includes Judy John, CEO and CCO at Leo Burnett; Lance Martin, ECD and partner at Union; Steve Mykolyn, chief brand officer at Taxi; Randy Stein partner, creative at Grip; Cathy Collier, CEO at OMD Canada; Laura Gaggi, CEO at Gaggi Media Communications; and Deborah Wilson, VP communications and public affairs at the Toronto Port Authority. The panel will be chaired by strategy publisher Mary Maddever.