• 'Shirley' Supports SureSale In New Ad Campaign
    SureSale Certified is introducing “Shirley” as the used car certifier's new brand ambassador as part of a new multi-channel advertising campaign. The creative, developed with agency Zimmerman Advertising, features a "relatable" Millennial woman explaining the company's services in a testimonial as well as via an interaction with two potential buyers at a dealership. The ad is currently broadcast in Louisville, KY and digitally via YouTube pre-roll. It will out to other U.S. markets in the coming months.
  • Direct Auto Campaign Features Wayward Celebs, Second Chances
    Tonya Harding admits past mistakes and notes how the company saw past that in making her a spokesperson.
  • Lotto Campaign Creates Hydro Race Fantasy
    Washington Lottery and agency Wunderman Thompson Seattle are using Twitter messages as inspiration for the client’s ongoing “Department of Imagination” campaign that invites people to submit their lottery-funded fantasies.  For this execution based on the statement “If I won, I’d watch the hydro race underwater," the agency's production team worked with Seafair Festival organizers to build an underwater camera to serve as a “submarine” with a 360 Camera to livestream a boat race, underwater, on Facebook. Have a look here. The event, which aired Aug. 3-4, was promoted ahead of time on via paid social media. The team also ...
  • Sun-Maid Campaign Links To BTS Season
    Sun-Maid's new "Imagine That" campaign targets moms with messages about the brand's expanded portfolio of Sour Raisin Snacks.
  • Angel Soft Moves Outside The Bathroom
    Although most users typically use Angel Soft in traditional ways, Georgia-Pacific and agency Deutsch are expanding the brand's on-going "Be Soft. Be Strong" campaign to highlight additional ways people use toilet paper in everyday moments. Three spots — Morning Routine, So Sorry, and Pedicure — alternatively feature people using Angel Soft to wipe toothpaste from a mouth, clean up a pedicure goof and apologize to a daughter for missing a youth sports game. The creative also recognizes diversity and inclusion with its casting decisions, including a bi-racial daughter and father as well as a daughter with Down ...
  • Keen Celebrates National Psychic Week With New Campaign
    Just in time for National Psychic Week (which started Aug. 4) psychic network Keen.com is launching its first multi-platform campaign. The creative, developed with Keen's in-house team, highlights some of the company's top psychic advisors and encourages people to develop their own psychic awareness and intuitiveness. The media strategy, coordinated with agency W Promote, is designed to reach Millennial women through email marketing, app integration, and social media contests/giveaways. There’s also a content collaboration with wellness platform Elephant Journal. Each day will focus on a theme, such as tarot card reading and mediums. Influencer Nazanin Mandi Pimental will leverage her ...
  • Made-Over Housewives Tout Fiber One Brand Overhaul
    General Mills is using several personalities from Bravo's Real Housewives franchise to support Fiber One. The "Work Done" creative, developed with Joan, Mindshare and Ketchum, features  Melissa Gorga, Porsha Williams, Sonja Morgan, Dorinda Medley and Tamra Judge alluding to their various plastic surgeries with comparisons to Fiber One's complete brand makeover, including packaging, recipe and flavors. Sample the work here. The campaign includes an upcoming music video and long-form content to boost the awareness for the campaign.  
  • Y&L's 'See The Heart' Campaign
    Young & Laramore is out with a new pro bono project that encourages Indiana residents sign up for organ donations.
  • Intel Tries To Inject Humor Into B2B Spot
    The creative shows two colleagues playfully arguing over the importance of performance and value in the cloud.
  • Comic Rebel Wilson Talks Love With Match
    The creative, developed with 72andSunny LA, shows Wilson hosting a podcast-like program where she riffs on romance.
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