Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Funny or Die launched “Pizza Farm with Nick Offerman” in an effort to get Congress to reauthorize the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 (video above).

-MEC is rebranding MEC Bravo as MEC Multicultural.

-Mobile marketing agency Fetch expanded its San Francisco office with three new hires: account director Stephanie Pierce, client services director Rosalynn Bostock and account director Torrey Tarrali.

-Commercial production company Big Deahl Productions formed a new strategic alliance with Chicago’s Resolution Productions Group.

-San Antonio-based Hispanic advertising agency Bromley is closing after 34 years.

-Durham, North Carolina-based marketing agency The Republik appointed Dylan Bost as director of emerging technology.

-New York-based brand and design consultancy Collins hired digital veteran Amber Guild (previously with T3, Ogilvy, TBWA, etc.) as its new president.

-Digital experience strategy and design agency Extractable named Sean Brown as chief technology officer.

-U.K. creatives Sandrine Gautheret and David Felton are calling on agencies to participate in “The Legendary Lion Tour.”