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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.
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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