Monday Odds and Ends

By Patrick Coffee 

-GS&P and Doritos collaborated on “No Choice,” which encourages young people to register to vote. But we wouldn’t blame them for choosing not to register after watching the upcoming debates.

-New York agency Catch will soon debut its first campaign for new client Curaçao Tourist Board. The work includes OOH subway posters, digital displays and a content partnership with travel pub AFAR.

-McDonald’s and Omnicom say their dedicated Chicago unit isn’t the agency of the future. It’s the “agency of the present.

-M&C Saatchi L.A. helped design an app for the Sacramento Kings that offers fans a more personalized experience.

-Doner London won a competitive pitch to promote the Huawei P9 smartphone in a campaign set to run in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.

-Digital consultancy Epsilon promoted former SVP of strategy and growth Richard McDonald to president of its internal agency in Chicago after he led the winning Del Monte pitch.

-London’s Stinkstudios (part of the wonderfully named Stink family) named Jon Lawton as its newest creative director. He previously worked in creative at Grey London and accounts at Wieden + Kennedy and BBH.

-Amsterdam and Stockholm-based shop Perfect Fools hired art director Emil Jonsson (formerly of Honesty Stockholm) as part of its recent expansion.