Monday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-The freedom to ride a Harley is at the heart of a new innovation and campaign championed by Pfaff Harley-Davidson. The “Tough Turban” campaign was conceived and designed by Toronto’s Zulu Alpha Kilo, the dealership’s creative partner, which developed a turban that lets Sikh motorcycle riders be both safe and keep their head coverings.

-This Pride Month, Adweek has recognized remarkable LGBTQ+ leaders across media, marketing and tech industries with its Pride Stars honors.


-Global nonprofit Today, I’m Brave, launched by David&Goliath founder David Angelo five years ago, is issuing a call-to-action to agencies, vendor partners and production companies to help support the organization’s first camp to serve BIPOC children ages 10-12.

-A PSA campaign from the Ad Council for Father’s Day features four dads and no scripts for #Dadication, encouraging fathers to take active roles in their children’s lives.

-Electric cars are front and center as the heroes of this action-packed campaign from Smart, the brand owned by German auto manufacturer Daimler.

Matt Woehrmann is joining the leadership team at Doe-Anderson, a 106-year-old independent agency based in Kentucky.

-For bar and spirits industry veteran Amanda Victoria, the inspiration to get into the canned cocktail game was a matter of environmental concerns, quality ingredients and career fulfillment.