This week Jon Hamm made his first appearance as a brand spokesman in a new campaign for tax preparation company H&R Block. Contrary to at least one report, the brand says the new spots were not made in response to comments from a certain president-elect.
Dearest advertising folk, if you're looking for a way to escape the country if your candidate doesn't win the upcoming election, Fallon has a pretty irresistible offer for you.
Loctite really put a lot of itself into these new commercials. In fact, the company's adhesive and insulation products were used to build the long, continuous sets that give the 30-second spots their unique visual identity.
When this Nutchello ad popped up in my feed, it melted my brain into a delicious puddle of chocolate pouring onto a gold cougar statue. You know, in a good way. The ad, from Fallon, throws one quirky headline after another at you while you stare at giant type superimposed over impressively weird CGI. You are assailed by alternately relaxing and terrifying images.
Fallon Worldwide is expanding its management team with two young, digitally savvy hires—Mandana Mellano is now chief media officer, and Matt Benka is director of digital.
Quicken Loans' Rocket Mortgage app doesn't just simplify the home financing process. It can start a chain reaction that could brighten the prospects of the entire American economy, according to the online mortgage lender's first-ever Super Bowl commercial, which rolled out Wednesday.
About two years ago, Arby's decided it was ready to try something new. The fast food chain was too far below the radar in a highly competitive field that often requires bold branding.
Arby's brand president and marketing boss Rob Lynch realized shortly after joining the fast-food chain famous for those stacked-to-the-ceiling roast beef sandwiches that he had his work cut out for him.
WhiteWave Foods has tapped Fallon to lead creative work for milk brands Silk, International Delight and Horizon Organic.
The legacy of Pat Fallon in Minneapolis cannot be overstated. The founder and longtime CEO of Fallon, who died last Friday at age 70, almost singlehandedly turned Minneapolis into a nationally respected creative hub. He personally helped to launch the careers of hundreds of advertising people. And his agency's work helped to transform the industry.