Articles Tagged ‘MediaCom’

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Fisherman’s Friend buddies up to millennials

A sponsorship and influencer campaign that upped spending at events drives big sales results.

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KFC keeps schooling consumers

The QSR launches new digital creative to continue tackling myths about its food.

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Check it out: KFC delivers the love

The QSR introduces a new Facebook contest that brings “ChickenGrams” to the door.

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UBC picks Taxi Vancouver

The university’s new AOR, along with MediaCom, will work to build the school’s brand locally, nationally and globally.

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Illuminating Audi’s latest advancements

Instead of another global adapt, a new campaign projects the Q7′s innovation (without the use of special effects).

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Check it out: Nightmare on Skittles Ave.

A Halloween execution in Toronto adds a taste of the rainbow to one street’s spooky decorations.

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Check it out: Sears calls you out

A fall campaign attempts to divert shoppers who cut through the store on their way to the mall.

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Volkswagen’s endless picnic

The automaker markets its new Golf SportWagen to those who won’t necessarily go too far off road.

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KFC tells its ‘real story’

The brand goes to the farm to tackle myths about its chicken in a new campaign focused on food quality.

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CIBC Run for the Cure makes a change

The annual event refreshes its approach, putting the spotlight on what personal participation really means.

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Cannes 2016: Jam3 wins Cyber Gold with MTV

Canadians picked up Lions in Creative Data and Media, but didn’t make the cut for Innovation or Mobile.

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Uncle Ben’s creates healthy competition

The brand is promoting its new Rice & Grains line by getting popular food trucks to go head-to-head.

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CIBC banks on flexible chequing

A new campaign aims to show how a lower-fee account can help eliminate stress.

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DQ’s Italian sandwich saga

The QSR teams up with a (kind of) real Nonna to launch its latest product.

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Weight Watchers steps off the scale

The brand touts its “biggest change in 50 years” with a new program and campaign.