You might not have known this, but Subway practically invented fresh food. BBDO has unveiled its first campaign for the sandwich chain. The post-Jared Fogle approach features a wholesome, return-to-roots message to help mark Subway's 50th anniversary.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens doesn't feel like it's in galaxy far, far away anymore. Maybe that's because it opens in theaters Friday, or because Disney has partnered with a number of brands that are inundating consumers with ads and products that capitalize on the movie's fandom right here in the Milky Way.
Tony Hale is a cubicle creeper, nagging white-collar workers to actually take their lunch breaks, in a new campaign for sandwich chain Subway.
We don't know what's going to happen, but we know it's going to be interesting." That quote from BBDO New York chief creative officer Greg Hahn embodies his agency's approach to an ever-growing range of work.
Subway has named Joseph Tripodi, a marketing vet who most recently served as Coca-Cola's chief marketing officer, as its new global CMO, effective immediately.
Beleaguered sandwich chain Subway has chosen BBDO as its new creative agency of record after a review. The account will be handled by the agency's New York office.
To the public, Jared Fogle was a geekishly charming icon of personal dedication and accomplishment. But few knew the real Jared, a man frequently driven by his sexual obsession with underage girls.
Jared Fogle solicited sex from minors and knowingly received and shared child pornography created by his now-imprisoned charitable foundation director, according to documents released today by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Indianapolis.
Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle is expected to plead guilty to charges related to his alleged possession of child pornography, according to Fox 59. He also will reportedly accept a plea deal.