Mónica Marie Zorrilla

Mónica Marie Zorrilla

Breaking News Reporter
Mónica is a breaking news reporter at Adweek, based in Minneapolis, Minn. She previously served as a full-time reporter for Billy Penn and AL DÍA News Media in Philadelphia, focusing primarily on local weirdness and Latino culture. Mónica is a Miami native shivering in Minnesota.

DoorDash and White Claw Are Among the 20 Fastest Growing Companies

All generations from Gen Z to Boomers love those brands.

These Ordinary Ads Feature Only People With Disabilities, and That’s the Point

Visibility for Disability initiative shows why representation matters.

Coca-Cola Will Air a 60-Second Spot in Super Bowl 54 After a Taking a Year Off

Following a one-year hiatus, Coca-Cola has purchased a 60-second commercial set to appear in Fox’s broadcast of Super Bowl 54.

Super Bowl 2020 Ad Tracker: All About the Big Game’s Commercials

A frequently updated roster of advertisers getting into the game, which airs Feb. 2 on Fox.

These 6 Ads Are the Most Effective Multicultural Marketing Messages in Recent Years

A survey of over 30,000 people found these ads to be the most effective, according to the Cultural Insights Impact Measure.

Reebok Refreshes Iconic Vector Logo, Sidelines Red Delta Symbol

The fitness brand's Vector logo first appeared in 1992 and just proved too popular with consumers.

What Would the World Be Like Without News? This Press Freedom Ad Imagines That Dystopia

Empty screens and blank pages call attention to the "repressive" conditions faced by journalists right here in the U.S.

D&AD’s Top Social-Good Campaigns Highlight How 3D Printing Can Help or Hurt the World

"Harmless Guns" from TBWA\Paris and Ikea's "ThisAbles" from McCann Tel Aviv win Black Pencils at Impact Awards.

College Football Fans Compete for Tickets to the Bowl Game, but Most Only Get a Bowl Cut

Football lovers had a chance to win championship tickets but most only got a bad haircut, a stunt courtesy of Minneapolis agency Fast Horse.

Admitting All Toothbrushes Work, Quip’s Ads Focus Instead on Habit and Convenience

The startup aims to make dental care easy, from your bathroom sink to the dentist.