"Pinterest is a daily source of inspiration for people around the world," said Marc Simons, founding partner at Giant Spoon. "It was clear to us from the beginning of this process that they value creative and doing things differently, but that driving business growth was a key behind this approach. This is where we work best."
Pinterest spent $1.5 million on measured media in 2015 and $1.8 million in 2016, per Kantar Media.
The agency will develop a campaign consisting of traditional, social media and digital elements that position the resort as a four-season destination. The account win also includes work for a newly launched hotel, The Blake at Taos Ski Valley, as well as future development plans.
Taos Ski Valley has invested $300 million in upgrading lodging and adding a new pedestrian-friendly village and plaza with a riverwalk experience and retail shops.
"We needed an ad team that is collaborative, and that's a big element of how Capital Goods engages with clients; in fact, it was a driver for why we selected the firm," said David Norden, CEO of Taos Ski Valley. "In addition, we are particularly excited to have a Denver firm represent us, as Colorado has become our fastest growing market."
The national campaign, launching this winter, will highlight Jackson Hole's accessibility to a pair of national parks, wildlife, three ski areas, luxury amenities, and a strong music and arts scene.
Colle+McVoy has experience in the outdoor and tourism industries, creating work for Mammoth Mountain, Explore Minnesota Tourism, Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation and Mountain Hardwear.
"Colle+McVoy came to us with a deep understanding of our marketing needs and a strategic and creative approach that incorporated the values of our community, including the importance that conservation and sustainability play into the Jackson Hole brand," said Alex Klein, board chair. "We look forward to working with Colle+McVoy in developing a campaign to promote the shoulder and winter seasons while encouraging stewardship of our national resources."
JHTTB spent $250,000 on tourism advertising in 2016, down from $400,000 spent in 2015, per Kantar Media.
In order to raise awareness and generate buzz, TSR will be responsible for planning and implementing an integrated digital marketing strategy as well as developing the both English- and Spanish-language content to reach fans in the FIFA confederation.
In addition, the agency will generate a comprehensive digital audience research study on soccer fans across the CONCACAF region, which is made up of 41 countries in North America, Central America and the Caribbean.
The account will be run out of The Story Room's Miami office, with additional support coming from the agency's outposts in Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, and Montevideo.
Every two years, CONCACAF holds this flagship competition where 12 teams compete in one of the world's most popular soccer events. Hosted this year in the U.S., the month-long championship launches July 7 across 14 venues.
The Gold Cup routinely draws capacity crowds and millions of viewers. In the U.S., the 2015 Gold Cup final had a combined television audience of 6.5 million viewers on FOX Sports and Univision, marking a 38% increase over the 2013 final, according to Nielsen.
CONCACAF is one of FIFA’s six continental confederations, and serves as the governing football body for that part of the world.
"Winning the creative mandate of Modern Food is a matter of immense pride for us," said Abhijit Dube, general manager of TBWA\India. "Our creative team has led the creation of a refreshingly new social narrative for this brand according to today's times. We look forward to embark on a successful journey with Modern Food and build on the glory of Modern brand."