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Topic: Hill Holliday

In down times, the lottery's bigger than ever

Could the slumping economy drive a renaissance in lottery advertising and spur sales as the newly unemployed seek quick fixes for their money woes? The question hadn't crossed my mind…

Hit 'print' and you'll kill a cute leaf turtle

Hill, Holliday enters the popular "stuff that resembles other stuff" sub-genre by touting a corporate recycling program to all U.S. employees of healthcare giant Covidien. The posters were wisely…

'You kin' do it,' says a giddy Dunkin' Donuts

Hill, Holliday's latest advertising for Dunkin' Donuts introduces the rallying cry, "You kin' do it!" Thankfully, there's a press release which explains that "kin' do" is literally part of the…

Talk to the hand in Boys & Girls Clubs ads

Hill, Holliday's pro-bono effort for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston is clearly well intentioned. The work is themed "In these hands," and in a rare example of…

Dunkin' claims taste-test win vs. Starbucks

Hill, Holliday has created a new commercial and Web site touting blind taste-test results favoring Dunkin' Donuts coffee over Starbucks. I conducted a test of my own, pounding down Dunkin'…

America plods along laboriously on Dunkin'

Compare Hill, Holliday's latest Dunkin' Donuts spot, "Uphill Battle," with the chain's "Doin' Things" ad from a few years back. The new spot's coffee addicts seem kinda pokey, while their…

Liberty Mutual puts you in the driver's seat

OK, I've connected the dots and made sense of Liberty Mutual's new commercials. One shows the aftermath of a nasty sideswipe. Another depicts the disorientation drivers feel after an accident.…

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