Friday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-New York agency Hundred Percent shared personal stories and asked viewers to “Help Others Out” in a campaign timed for National Coming Out Day for Rainbow Railroad, an international dedicated to helping LGBTQ+ people in danger find legal ways to escape violence and persecution (video above).

-After 85 years in business, Dallas-based TM Advertising is closing its doors.

Rachel Ferdinando took over as Frito-Lay’s CMO as Jennifer Saenz was  promoted to president, PepsiCo Global Foods. Frito-Lay named BBDO as its lead creative agency back in 2017.


-Publicis Groupe’s stock fell after reporting a 2.7% decrease in organic revenue for the third quarter.

-Business Insider shared the pitch deck Omnicom used to win U.S. Army ad business.

Martin Sorrell has changed his views on Google and Facebook.

-The UN is asking local brands to join its Unstereotype Alliance.

-Trade Desk CEO Jeff Green explains his plans to “save targeted advertising.”