Monday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-72andSunny managed to turn an animated conversation about big butt pride into an anti-smoking anthem.

-Nestlé launched a review seeking to consolidate its North American ad business (the frozen and prepared part, at least).

-L.A. creative agency Phelps was acquired by The Company, a marketing network based in Houston.

-Ogilvy & Mather is promising to close its gender pay gap as part of its “Ogilvy 2.0” restructuring.

-Frontier Communications selected Hill Holliday and Trilia as its creative and media agencies following a review.

-Campaign tackles how “London’s status as a creative capital comes under threat post-Brexit.”

-AB InBev-owned Camden Town Brewery wants Brits to fall in love with lager again in a new campaign from Forever Beta.

-Minneapolis music and and audio post studio Grey Ghost welcomed senior mixer Greg Geitzenauer and producer Laurel Turek.