A new campaign for Planters aims directly for men with a new “NUT-rition Mix,” and ties in “Men’s Health” magazine in the process: From the press release: ”This is our first time working with a snack brand, and the product had to meet the high standards our readers know to expect from us,” said Ronan […]
If you want a good lesson in the power of words, branding, and crisis PR, consider the case of a product its maker calls “lean, finely textured beef” and others call “pink slime.” The campaign to rid supermarkets, schools, and restaurants of “pink slime” is having an effect on its maker, according to the Huffington […]
I admire ad agencies that actually launch their own branded products: it’s not only a cool way for agencies to build a brand on their terms, but it’s a great object lesson in running a business that lets them experience a client’s perspective. So I was pleasantly surprised to see the folks from Seattle’s egg […]
I’ve always believed that more agencies need to be specialized in terms of the clients they’re willing to serve or the type of work they do. Enter Good Eats, the Food and Beverage Innovations Agency. A little background on the founder, from QSRweb.com: Founded by creative director David Hale, the agency specializes in traditional ad […]
Tasca d’Almerita is a Sicilian wine brand. Given that Sicily is not Tuscany, the wine producer needs to convince prospects that a wine from this region of Italy is one worth seeking out. I believe this simple, but beautiful, spot achieves that.
After five and half year and more than 1000 episodes of WineLibraryTV and Daily Grape combined, Gary Vaynerchuk will make wine videos no more. Vaynerchuk changed the wine world with his down-to-earth, often raw, descriptions of wine. He pulled the stuffing out of it, and while some traditionalists surely bristle at his takes, I’ve been […]
Hope Family Wines from Paso Robles, California produces some fine wines under their Liberty School and Treana labels. The kind of wine you might showcase in an ad with artisan cheese and crackers. But when it comes to Austin Hope’s under twenty-dollar Candor Wine brand, he’s not getting caught up in any wine industry clichés. […]