Adweek reports that Denver-based sandwich maker, Quiznos, is removing its account from The Martin Agency in Richmond, Virginia. The account has not been placed into review yet, said Trey Hall, chief marketing officer for Quiznos. Discussions about future advertising failed to result in an agreement between the client and the agency, Hall said. “As we […]
Thanks to TBWA Portugal for pointing us to this print ad for Bic’s permanent marker, fashioned by TBWA Paris.
It’s Sunday in Chicago. Good day for a sermon. “The primary job of an advertiser is not to communicate benefit, but to communicate conviction. Benefit is secondary. Benefit is a product of conviction, not vice versa. Whatever you manufacture, somebody can make it better, faster and cheaper than you. You do not own the molecules. […]
from USA TODAY: “Shots foster a fraternity atmosphere. Wall Street loves them because they spice up the party, but it makes it seem like the company is encouraging people to get trashed,” said Howard Givner, president of Manhattan event planner Paint the Town Red. A survey done in 2003 of 1,500 employees by U.K. recruiter […]
John Moore at Brand Autopsy (not to be confused with Johnnie Moore) has started something by telling domain name registrar Go Daddy to stop trying to be Big Daddy. Moore wants the dot com to put their $2.4 mil. earmarked for a Super Bowl spot back into product development. I’d like to see user-centric design […]
BY THEODORE DECKER Of The Patriot-News Hot on the trail of kidnapped Krispy Kremes, Swatara Twp. police were in pursuit yesterday of a crook who — very unwisely, some would say — stole a doughnut delivery truck. Police found the truck abandoned in downtown Harrisburg, but they hadn’t tracked down the perp who pilfered the […]
Rick Myers, President of Talent Zoo was kind enough to call earlier this week and ask, “How can we help you succeed?” More on that later. Anyway, this doesn’t happen everyday in the blogosphere, nor in life. So it’s always a sweet moment to know there’s someone out there and that they don’t hate you. […]
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“It’s never too late to go straight,” said David Munns, vice chairman of the music giant EMI Group, about Shawn Fanning.