Hill Holliday has shored up its leadership team by promoting Chris Wallrapp and Leslee Kiley to president and chief operating officer, respectively. CEO and chairman Karen Kaplan announced the moves this morning.
Three years ago, when Denise Karkos was named CMO at TD Ameritrade, she had her work cut out for her. Her task: make the stodgy and often-character-free financial services industry relatable—even fun—to Americans.
"Boats run on diesel and coffee." That pearl of wisdom comes courtesy of Glen Miller, a tugboat captain who stars in "The Harbor That Never Sleeps," one of several new 360-degree videos from Dunkin' Donuts. The brand's "Always Running" film series begins rolling out this week across Discovery's online platforms in a deal fashioned by Hill Holliday media agency Trilia. Produced by Discovery's creative team, with agency input, the content focuses on average folks whose busy lives are powered, at least partly, by coffee.
We've all been there. A big brand puts its business into review and everyone goes for it, only to find out the piece of business is just that: a piece. Meanwhile, any number of specialist agencies shares all the other pieces: media, PR, digital, mobile, social, experiential—you name it. It's like a flock of ducks pecking away at a single piece of bread.
It's no accident that Dunkin' Donuts is rolling out a new campaign on National Donut Day—the chain has the word "donut" in its name, after all.
At Nashville's Bohan Advertising, staffers sometimes get too busy with work and travel to shop for groceries, return library books or wait at home for the cable guy. When that happens, they call "Aunt Tilly" and such personal chores get done.
Hill Holliday channels West Side Story in this inventive ad for LG that broke on the Golden Globes—staging an impressively choreographed street fight between two rival clothing gangs, the delicates and the regulars.
Interpublic's Hill Holliday has substantially increased its mandate from Bank of America, adding the client's consumer advertising assignment following a review of roster agencies, according to sources close to the situation.
Two years ago, Twitter-owned Vine was growing like kudzu. It was widely embraced by both consumers and marketers who sought to push the envelope with creative six-second clips.
Are you strong? Manimal strong? Powerlifter Chevi Peters, aka "Manimal," stars in this literally uplifting spot by Hill Holliday, part of a year-long, multichannel Bank of America campaign around the Special Olympics.