Marketing Automotive Weekly Editions for July 2020
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, July 27, 2020
Kia Takes A Page From Ford Ancient History With 'Live' Marketing Stunt
Former Publicis Sapient Exec Lands At General Motors
Porsche, Dodge, Hyundai Top J.D. Power APEAL Study
Hankook Tire Plays Up MLB Sponsorship
FCA Launches First #JeepTopCanine Search
Kia Offers Movie-Like Film 'Starring' Vehicle Features
Elon Musk Might Be Ready To Spend Money On Advertising
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, July 20, 2020
Ford, Honda, Toyota Tops In Pandemic Response
Kia Offers Movie-Like Film 'Starring' Vehicle Features
Peugeot, FCA Will Be Called Stellantis After Merger
Nissan Reveals Ariya Electric Crossover Featuring New Logo
Vroom Plays Up Hassle-Free Vehicle Delivery
Consumers Change How They Think About Mobility
Time, Subaru Asia Launch Interactive Content Hub, 'Safety In 100 Ways'
COVID-19 Store Closures Force Brands, Retailers To Personalize Ads
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, July 13, 2020
Consumers Want Cootie-Free Cars
Subaru Highlights ASPCA Partnership, Intros New Tagline
Audi, Major League Soccer Collaborate On Spot
Ford Teases Bronco Reveal
GM's New NA President Will Have Marketing Duties
Jeep Engages With Off-Road Enthusiasts
Land Rover Partners With Watchmaker
Auto Site Focuses On Impact Of Hispanic Customers
Marketing Automotive Weekly - Monday, July 6, 2020
Automotive TV Spending Down 37% Year-Over-Year In June, But Up From May
Kia, Volkswagen Unveil New Vehicles
Land Rover Launches Brand Film Without Vehicles
Disney Media Networks Strikes 'Product Reveal' Branded Content Deal With Ford Motor
Consumers Still Hesitant To Buy Vehicles
Out In The O.P.E.N.: Peugeot Taps New Omnicom Shop For Global Creative Duties
Auto Sales Plummeted In Q2 But Rebounded In Recent Weeks
Road Trips Top American Travel Plans
Americans Continue To Worry About COVID-19