Thursday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Fake doctors talk real healthcare as Scrubs stars Zach Braff and Donald Faison continue their witty banter in an ad for Rock the Vote. link

-The Art Directors Club is asking students to respond to a creative brief for the new Nissan Cube and perhaps win a $2,500 ADC scholarship and an ADC Gold, Silver or Bronze Cube award. link

-W+K London officially launched its talent cavalcade known as Platform last night. link

-Starcom Mediavest Group executive director Jim Marshall has left after 28 years to start up his own consultancy. link

-Euro RSCG won the $20 million global branding account for Credit Suisse. link

-L.A.-based boutique shop Roddan Paolucci Roddan is donating a collection of un-produced creative assets to help revive the real estate industry. link

-Palo Alto firm Permuto is looking to enhance online display advertising starting September 22nd. link

-Domino’s has installed a somewhat unique delivery system in the Netherlands. link

-NYC apparently peddles branded bags of heroin to tourists. link

-The Knights of Columbus are promoting volunteerism in a 9/11 tribute ad. link

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