Monday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

Kitcatt Nohr launched a new campaign for Dogs Trust (video above).

-Adweek talks with BBDO New York senior art director  senior art director Florian Marquardt on “Snickers’ Absurdly Photoshopped Swimsuit Model.”

Raxua hired Marc DeFigueiredo (former sales exec with Verizon) to lead its new Seattle office as vice president of accounts.

-The Association of America Railroads (AAR) launched the latest installment in its Freight Rail Works campaign, featuring broadcast, digital, social and mobile components. 

-Adweek asks “Who’s Winning the Ad Battle Between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders?

B2B tech conference eMerge Americas picked independent, Miami-based multicultural agency República as its digital and social media AOR.

Bicoastal production company Park Pictures added OK Go frontman Damian Kulash to its directorial roster for worldwide representation.

Sunrise Toyota of Long Island picked New York’s BigEyedWish to build a digital platform that will “change the way people buy and sell pre-owned Toyotas.”

Elliott Management made a profit on its sale of IPG stock