Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Full-service digital agency HLK revealed a new website for the St. Louis Browns Historical Society, “an organization dedicated to preserving the story and legacy of the St. Louis Browns baseball team” (who went on to become the Baltimore Orioles).

-Terri & Sandy Solution released “So good, you could eat it” for Freshpet (video above).


-The MLB is calling on Austin-based agency LatinWorks to create a campaign targeting Latinos.

-Stockholm agency Perfect Fools named Ann Ysten as its new CEO, taking over for departing co-founder Patrick Gardner (who left to “embark on a lifelong dream of long-distance sailing with his family”).

-Lowe Campbell Ewald hired Zenaida Torres as group account director. Torres, who previously filled the same role at DDB California, will handle the Kaiser Permanente account.

-BBR Saatchi & Saatchi launched a hearing loss prevention campaign for Shazam for Ear Care Day.

-The New York Festivals International Advertising Awards competition announced its 2015 Executive Jury.

-Talent development and consulting firm Wild Blue Yonder hired industry veteran Gary Duke as partner and chief talent officer.

AdAge asks, “Were Millenials Just Figments of Our Fevered Imagination All Along?