Mad Dogs & Englishmen Makes a Comeback on the West Coast

This time, the clients make wine and help communities raise funds

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Mad Dogs & Englishmen came of age in the 1990s as part of a wave of creative boutiques in New York that included Kirshenbaum & Bond; Weiss, Whitten, Carroll, Stagliano; and Angotti, Thomas, Hedge. Led by scrappy entrepreneurs, the agencies created memorable ads for the likes of Snapple, Guinness, Foster's and Moviefone. 

With the exception of Kirshenbaum, however, they eventually disappeared. Mad Dogs closed its doors in 2005 after 14 years in business. But a decade later, Mad Dogs is making a comeback—this time on the West Coast.



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