Robin Williams Replaces Joe Pesci In Snickers' New Ad [THE BRIEF]

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Robin Williams and Bobcat Goldthwait join comedic forces to replace funnyman Joe Pesci in BBDO New York’s new Snickers ad.

Adweek explains how you can get a sticker on a NASCAR car.

72andSunny CEO John Boiler thinks that agencies should stop using the word “client” when referring to … clients.

Bank of America switched its PR business from Omnicom’s Emanate to WPP’s Burson Marsteller.

David&Goliath parted ways with MGM Resorts’ Mirage Hotel and Casino after less than six months. A D&G spokesperson said, “After a few months, we both realised that their needs and our expertise were not the right match.” D&G will continue to do work for MGM’s Monte Carlo and New York-New York hotels.

After 16 years at the shop, Judy Johnson was promoted to president of the Western Region at GolinHarris.

Digital marketing technology provider PointRoll launched three interactive in-stream video packages.

Coldwell Banker Real Estate promoted Michael Fischer from chief marketing officer to chief operating officer.

Here’s Union Bank’s first-ever brand campaign, created by Eleven

Previously on Business Insider Advertising:

  • Is Volkswagen’s Super Bowl Ad Racist?
  • The 3 Best Super Bowl Ads Ever
  • Taco Bell Pulled This Anti-Vegetable Attack Ad
  • Why Branded Content Is A Big Waste Of Time For Most Advertisers
  • Watch Axe’s Shark Fighting, Astronaut-Filled Super Bowl Ad [VIDEO]
  • Budweiser Just Joined Twitter And Here’s It’s First Tweet
  • The Nearly 20-Year Wait For A Diet Coke Hunk To Replace Lucky Vanous Is Finally Over!

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