• VIA Group - Twisted Tea
    The VIA Group won Boston Beer's Twisted Tea business following a review.
  • GSD&M
    GSD&M will not re-pitch the $570 million Wal-Mart account.
  • NYCA - Greens To Go
    NYCA has been chosen by BioPharma Scientific to launch Greens To Go, an organic powder that contains servings of fruits and vegetables, to be mixed in water. The agency will develop print ads and in-store sampling/point-of-purchase materials.
  • Ogilvy & Mather - Nature Made
    Ogilvy & Mather, Los Angeles has been named agency of record for Nature Made vitamins. The search, which began in August, was conducted by Select Resources International and included several undisclosed agencies. The account is valued at $20 million.
  • Sony - 180
    180 in Amsterdam has been awarded a global branding assignment from Sony.
  • LEVELTWO Advertising - Sotherby Homes
    LEVELTWO Advertising has been awarded the Sotherby Homes account, responsible for brand positioning as well as developing a new advertising campaign, web site and collateral materials for Sotherby Homes.
  • KraftMaid Cabinetry
    KraftMaid Cabinetry has awarded its marketing communications account to Leo Burnett Chicago. StarLink will handle the media portion of the account. Pile and Company managed the review process.
  • TAXI - Killian's Irish Red and Molson Canadian
    TAXI New York has been named by Coors Brewing Company as agency of record for two of its U.S. brands, Killian's Irish Red and Molson Canadian.
  • Rocketshop - Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas
    Rocketshop has been named agency of record for Camas, Washington-based Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas. The agency is charged with developing and implementing marketing and public relations strategies, with a focus on SMA's LCD division, optoelectronics, imaging and RF/IR component divisions.
  • GoDaddy.com - Shine Advertising
    GoDaddy.com has named Shine Advertising Co. as its advertising agency of record, following a two-month review that included Shine and shops from both New York and Los Angeles. The agency will be responsible for strategic planning, traditional advertising, Web development, and viral marketing. Spending was not released. Initial work will include new TV spots for Super Bowl XLI.
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