Monday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-Ever wonder why a White Castle burger has five holes in the patty? Answers to that and other White Castle questions you might have are answered in “The Crave Chronicles.” The documentary-style video series from the chain agency Blue Chip highlights the stories and people who have made the family-owned business thrive for more than 100 years. Blue Chip traversed Ohio to film the series in plants, restaurants, grocery stores and the White Castle Home Office. All videos will live on White Castle’s YouTube channel.

-On Nov. 20, Adcolor, the organization dedicated to the advancement of professionals of color within creative industries, announced the winners of its 16th annual Adcolor Awards.


-In other awards, Adweek has released its Readers’ Choice: Best of Tech Partner Awards, which recognizes the top advertising and marketing technology providers and leaders.

-The latest Marketing Morsels is stuffed with delightful samplings from Velveeta, Josh Cellars, DoorDash and many more.

Bob Iger didn’t spend long in retirement. The former Disney CEO is returning, as current CEO Bob Chapek will be exiting the company.

-Four Walking Dead characters were resurrected—as zombies—in five spots for Autodesk, Deloitte, Door Dash, MNTN and Ring.

-In a voice piece, Alexander Lewis, a SaaS copywriter and executive ghostwriter, writes that Ticketmaster doesn’t care if you hate the company.