Monday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-Burn your dinner? Impromptu party? Domino’s has you covered with a free emergency pizza. The brand is giving every customer a free pizza to use in case of a dining emergency. To celebrate this, Domino’s and AOR WorkInProgress have launched a 360-campaign dubbed Domino’s Emergency Pizza centered on those moments when customers could use a free pizza. The campaign shows the wide range of circumstances that could call for an Emergency Pizza, like a dinner mishap. To claim a Domino’s Emergency Pizza, customers must sign into or join Domino’s Rewards within seven days.

-New Zealand recruited native son Taika Waititi to promote its stunning scenery and cheeky attitude with a Blackbeard twist.


-Banking app Chime has named AKQA its integrated marketing agency and Adweek talked with the agency and the brand’s CMO Vineet Mehra about the partnership.

-Amazon has revealed its first Black Friday NFL game advertisers and they include Columbia Sportswear, Bose and Carnival Cruises.

-Swedish convenience store chain Pressbyrån’s marketing campaign aims to get shoppers to stop in for a cinnamon bun, but the creative has proved so delicious that the ads were stolen.

-Aeromexico is using an iguana to capture the joy of flying in a spot created by Wieden+Kennedy Mexico, depicting a newly hatched lizard who dreams of a life with wings.

-TechMagic with Cathy Hackl is a new weekly podcast that promises to be your ultimate guide to the ever-evolving world of technology.

-Agency Humanaut just celebrated its 10th anniversary and founder and chief creative director David Littlejohn posted a 10 episode retrospective of the agency’s top 10 campaigns, including its favorite for Splenda Stevia.