The search for new agencies among casual dining restaurants is continuing.
Mini Cooper's creative and media review is down to six agencies. The carmaker's marketing executives will now visit the shops before selecting three finalists. Incumbent Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners is defending and already has been granted a slot in the final round.
It's not every day that an Oscar-winning actor, at age 44, decides he wants to direct his first TV commercials—and for an unglamorous brand, at that. But that's the case with Philip Seymour Hoffman, who directed the two spots below, through The Via Agency in Portland, Maine, for People's United Bank.
Klondike is rolling out a new effort called "5 Seconds to Glory," designed to refresh the Unilever ice cream brand's iconic "What would you do for a Klondike Bar?" campaign.
Cross a mutant helper monkey with Alf, then toss in some elements of ET and Star Trek's Tribbles, and you've got the FairPoint Bundle, a fluffy little creature introduced by […]
A healthy disregard for big-budget ad campaigns is a prerequisite for non-profits that squeak by, self-promotionally, with a little help from their friends. That attitude is made explicit, in message […]