Monday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-“Poverty isn’t always easy to see,” so Grey Canada and the Salvation Army held an open house (video above).

Rich Siegel was less than impressed with this year’s “Planning-Ness” conference.

“Slow marketing” appears to be the new name for stunts that get press attention despite the fact that the average person is more likely to watch BuzzFeed molest watermelons.

-A California law firm is suing anonymous Glassdoor commenters for defamation.

-Sunshine executive creative director Hollie Newton left the agency to pursue a career in publishing.

Keith Reinhard thinks creativity is still the most powerful thing in advertising. Good thing he doesn’t really have to work in the industry anymore.

-Premier Inn appointed London-based agency Lucky Generals as its new creative agency following a review.