TrackPack PA, part of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, turned to Machinery in Philadelphia to help bring a younger crowd out to the race track.
Archives for May 2010
OMAHA–The Old Market is alive with creative people today as the second annual Big Omaha conference kicks into high gear. According to the event organizer, Silicon Prairie News, “there’s a new generation of innovators and entrepreneurs who are passionately making their mark on our community and Big Omaha is for them.” Despite last night’s opening […]
Seattle’s Best Coffee has a new brand identity and to celebrate Seattle-based Creature and the Zeno Group collaborated to help the brand take over the iconic Starbucks building in Seattle. Overnight on May 11, a clandestine team wrapped the famous Starbucks Siren in the new logo. By the way, Starbucks owns Seattle’s Best Coffee, so […]
Adobe is taking out some banner ads on the New York Times today to address the HTML5-Flash controversy. This one got juxtaposed with an unfortunate news story, however. The ads click through to a statement from the company and an open letter from Adobe’s founders.
According to Reuters organizations have been spending an increasing proportion of their marketing budgets on their own websites instead of on external media. Chuck Richard, lead analyst at information advisory and research firm Outsell, says companies now spend more than half their online marketing budgets on their own sites. “It’s been 50 percent or more […]
Odwalla will have a presence at Bonnaroo next month, as they did at Coachella last month. But a brand like Odwalla needs more than a sampling booth, they need an interactive experience that creates buzz with their fans. Starting this week, fans of the brand can audition to be a performer in the Odwalla Fresh […]
Other than our fearless editor, I don’t know too many people who are boycotting BP. I don’t see a mass outrage over the spill. Still, could they ever go back to foisting this campaign on the public? I think the ad industry, by pumping this image, fares worse than BP ever will. While it’s true […]