JELL-O Is Trying To Rebrand The Abbreviation 'FML' [THE BRIEF]

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JELL-O is trying to rebrand the meaning of “FML” with a hashtag campaign. “Most people think #FML stands for something negative, but JELL-O sees these tweets as a cry for help. A cry to: Fun My Life.” How will JELL-O help? Everyone who tweets with and #FML hashtag will be entered to win a branded “Fun My Life” customised package to “get their life back on track.” This is the company that tried to make the Mayan Apocalypse fun, after all. Check out the company’s website for more details. CP+B is leading the Twitter campaign.

Interpublic Group shareholders declined to publicly report on the number of women and minorities it hires.

Mondelez has changed its creative agency for Halls from JWT to Wieden + Kennedy. JWT worked with the brand for 40 years. W+K previously worked with Mondelez on its Oreo Super Bowl campaign.

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Avocados from Mexico. Inc, a new marketing agency, appointed Arnold Worldwide as its integrated agency of record and allocated $36 million for the budget.

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