Monday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Clemenger BBDO launched a cricket-themed campaign for Victoria Bitter Tea (video above).

-Huge London created a satirical set of brand guidelines for new U.K. prime minister Boris Johnson.

-Johnson’s government, meanwhile, is planning a £100 million campaign to prepare the U.K. for a no-deal Brexit.


-Adweek alum Kristina Monllos examines the “new reality” agencies face in deciding whether or not to deal with divisive clients as Ogilvy continues to face internal turmoil over its relationship with CBP.

-Is Deloitte working with CBP and ICE to promote the border wall?

Martin Sorrell can’t even wait until his company’s next earnings call to tell everyone how much S4 is killing it.

-“Tens” of PR firms refused to work with Cambridge Analytica during its Facebook data hack scandal.

-Channel 4 announced the finalists for its Diversity in Advertising Award, with adam&eveDDB leading the way.

-Has experiential marketing hit its peak?

-Kellogg’s is introducing a Baby Shark-themed cereal as parents everywhere beg for the phenomenon to come to an end as they hang on to what remains of their sanity.