Crispin Porter + Bogusky creative director Tom Hauser is leaving the Boulder bunch after just over a year and heading back to his native Germany. Hauser was initially brought on in March 2011 as interactive ACD on the agency’s then-existing Burger King account as well as Kraft Mac ‘n Cheese and Jell-O. Most recently, he worked on projects for Coke Zero, namely the “Magnificent Monday” work in which the brand lobbied to make the day after the Super Bowl a national holiday.
We were forwarded a note that Hauser posted yesterday, which reads:
“Dear CP+B friends, today is my last day in the USA and I just wanted to thank all of you for the good times we had together…talking about the UN and all of my american colleagues, parking lot BBQs, agency allnighters, Pearl Street mayhems, sweaty hikes, crazy roadtrips and so much more stuff! It was a great honour meeting you guys. Rock on and Auf Wiedersehen! Tom”
No word on Hauser’s plans back in Germany, but prior to CP+B, he made the rounds in the local agency scene, working as a CD at the likes of Jung von Matt, Springer & Jacoby, Lukas Lindemann Rosinski and Grabarz & Partner.