USA Today: "Adland and other publications noted that proper credit..."

USA Today notes our reporting on the Lucky Iron Fish Cannes win.

AdLand and other publications noted that proper credit may not have been given for some elements of the awards entry submission. Geometry Global, which worked with the Lucky Iron Fish organization to expand the product's reach, posted a clarification on its website saying that it and the Cannes Lions organization decided that Lucky Iron Fish will receive full credit as the Design entrant since that group created the product design and prototype.

We do not CamelCase "adland". It's just adland.

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