Articles Tagged ‘Matt Litzinger’

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A colourful take on brain health

The Telus Health Brain Project puts together (and takes apart) art to raise consideration and funds.

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Toronto Silent Film Festival’s puzzling campaign

The event once again leverages Instagram to reflect the innovation behind the movies it screens.

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Red Lion wins Cadillac

The Toronto shop will handle all advertising and marketing, including strategy development, for the brand.

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Red Lion partners with Drake General Store

The agency pursues a new kind of client partnership to create merchandise for the retailer.

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Red Lion awarded Canadian Film Festival account

The agency expects to have new work in market in time for the 2016 fest.

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Agency of the Year judges revealed

Here are the jurors who spent the past two weeks reviewing almost 160 cases that were entered into AOY and MAOY.

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Red Lion wins new rewards program business

The shop has been named AOR for Paymi, a yet-to-launch offering.

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Maytag strips down for Pan Am

The brand gets cheeky with its new “Performance Counts” campaign.

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Red Lion’s roaring new rebrand

Creativity meets capitalism at the agency that’s sporting a brand-spanking new logo and look.

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Sweater Day campaign does double duty

A new initiative from Red Lion asks other Toronto agencies to make their National Sweater Day apparel go the extra mile.

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Red Lion caps off hiring spree

It’s not just about hiring marcom folks, president Matt Litzinger says of his new staff. He wants solution providers.

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Throwback Thursday: the news of the year

We check out the biggest headlines, moves, account shifts and brand stories from the past 12 months.

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Are you falling for the chase?

On Tinder, Snapchat and Instagram, the Responsible Gambling Council is warning people of the perils of excessive gambling.

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Throwback Thursday: strategy in 2005

For our 25th anniversary, we’re travelling through time. In ’05, mobile was a big (and we mean big) deal.