No workplace email gets trashed faster than a mass reminder to clean out the company refrigerator. Heck, I wouldn't even bother to open one. (Such an email, I mean. The fridge—I'd open that, sure. I've got to stow my Limburger-onion hoagies someplace.)At Boston agency Allen & Gerritsen, however, the weekly "Clean the fridge" emails are savored like delicacies thanks to facilities associate Mike Boston, who also happens to be a local hip-hop artist. Each Friday, Boston (yes, it's his name and where he lives, deal with it) cooks up a sweet confection of pop-culture references, employee/client riffs and in-jokes designed to remind staff to remove their leftovers from the premises.
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MFS Investment Management has awarded its global creative and media business to two units of Interpublic Group.
Monistat used "granny panties" in a recent ad as a metaphor for how women feel when they have a yeast infection. Now, though, after supposed complaints from the granny-panty-wearing community, Monistat is backtracking.
Talk about a lengthy process. Sun Life Financial's advertising review began in the spring, shifted to agency presentations this summer and now has finally ended, with the selection of Doremus.
Sun Life Financial has briefed the finalists for its creative and media business, with final presentations slated for next month.
Allen & Gerritsen put together this charming series of TV spots for the Los Angeles Zoo's LAIR (Living Amphibians, Invertebrates and Reptiles) environment. If nothing else, the agency should be commended for pairing up Slash and Betty White, who are both on the zoo's board of trustees and have an unexpected, and bewildering, on-screen chemistry. They must use the same amount of foundation, too, because Slash's complexion hasn't been this smooth since Reagan was president. Also, someone should tell the snakes in the second ad that Slash sold his place in the Hills. More spots after the jump.
The goofy grins and wide-eyed expectation on Mom and Dad's faces in this 99 Restaurants spot from Allen & Gerritsen underscore the odd (unintentional?) kinkiness of the premise. The theme […]
Take the platitude-spitting talking heads of the new Edward Jones campaign, and throw in the "I am" certitude of Microsoft's PC ads. Then add the creepy "glowing eyes" effect of […]
These new ads by Allen & Gerristen for the Partnership for a Drug Free America strive to empower parents to get the information they need to discuss drug use with […]
If you feel the conjunction of music and baseball should be confined to ballpark organists playing cheery standards, this isn't the event for you. But others will relish the opportunity […]