[I cashed in my piggy, woot! Via Consumerist]
This edition of Spin the Agencies of Record includes a few budget-minded client wins for these trying times, including those green machines in the supermarket that take your change, and spit back out a voucher for paper money, and all of your buttons, paperclips, and Canadian money that it couldn’t digest.
Other wins include the stadium in Miami, Campgrounds spelled with a K, a community development group in Harlem, and a company that makes industrial cooling (AC, skating rinks) more efficient by making and storing ice during off-peak times, and using it during the day:
Swirl Inc. cashes in with Coinstar, the coin-counting machine company
JMPR puts stakes in the ground for Kampgrounds of America for a three month project, in time for the likely scaled back American family vacation season
rbb PR brings HEAT to the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami. In addition to basketball, the venue is known as the top spot for Latin Music, and tour stop for everyone from Madonna, U2, Kanye West, Britney, to Phish.