Portland Timbers wisely extended their out-of-home advertising campaign–currently draped on many exterior walls of commercial buildings in urban Portland–by offering to let fans of the team get their photos taken in the same style as the ads. Participants in the team’s “We Are Timbers” fan photo shoot were provided with downloads of their photos, already […]
With all the focus on today’s Super Bowl commercials, it’s easy to lose sight of the real reason for the mass audience. NFL Football. Thankfully, my friend Charlie Quirk, an account executive at Overland Agency in Portland, published a piece on his site and Bleacher Report about how both the Green Bay Packers and the […]
In Portland, soccer fans are good looking, in an indie rock lumberjack kind of way. That’s one thing I get from the Portland Timbers’ new out-of-home advertising campaign, currently running on several of the city’s structures, east and west of the Willamette River. The campaign from Jelly Helm Studio and Official Mfg. Co. is “the […]
I’m watching University of Oregon versus University of Arizona compete on ESPN right now. Which means I’m also watching these commercials from the two schools and the Pac 10 Conference.
University of Oregon will open its new Matthew Knight Arena in time for Pac 10 conference play next January. Last week the Ducks unveiled the arena’s basketball court–Kilkenny Court–that’s more artistic than a typical hardwood court. “We wanted to design the most iconic television presence possible for the University of Oregon by conjuring up a […]
WONGDOODY is launching a series of ads for ESPN to promote College GameDay. The campaign includes a total of 11 new spots that will roll out between now and December 4. The spots will air on the ESPN networks.
In advance of tomorrow’s big game against ninth-ranked Stanford, Register-Guard columnist George Schroeder says the popularity of Oregon Ducks football isn’t all about what happens on the field of play, although that’s a big part of it. Oregon’s transition into a power goes back to Rich Brooks’ long, hard slog toward respectability. The Independence Bowl […]