A week on from the Performance Marketing Awards and the dust is beginning to settle – all the Champagne corks have popped, the speeches have been made and bow-ties have been tucked away for another year.

There are, however, some matters still outstanding – Awards co-sponsor Webgains were offering a bootleggers haul of Champagne and Canadian Club to the best #bootlegless selfies on the night; alongside a trip and a journey for two on the Orient Express’ sister train, the British Pullman, with dinner from Michelin-starred chef, Tom Kerridge for the attendee flaunting the most 1920s knowledge.

There were some strong #bootlegless selfie contenders, below are a selection of those to take home the spoils.

Best Publisher Selfie

Tom Wright, GDM Digital








Best Advertiser Selfie

Richie Jones, Park Resorts








Best Network Selfie









Best Agency Selfie

Lauren Hughes, iProspect








Most People in a Selfie

Convertr Media








Best use of a Prop

Danielle Matthee, Starcom MediaVest








Most Awards in a Selfie

Digitas LBi (Winner of a dead-heat, with only one award on display!)








Best Recreation of a Movie Moment

OMG Performance Marketing








Best Selfie Bomb

Matthew Scott, Vouchercloud








Most Dramatic Selfie

Andy Negus, Starcom MeidaVest








To be the one dining in style on the British Pullman you first had to overcome a Webgains 1920s quiz. A total of 42 people got all 12 questions correct and were entered into the draw, and it was Liam Paulus of EE who came out victorious!

Well done to all those who to part – there were some valiant entries! You can view all of the #bootlegless entries here.