The Most Interesting Man in the World is searching for the Most Interesting Fan of College Football, and Rob Riggle wants to win. And Matt Leinart. And Jesse Palmer. And 3000+ fans.
Agency: DDB New York
After months of searching, we found the two Most Interesting Fans of College Football. And no, I'm not one of them.
Has anyone ever asked about your statue building skills during a job interview? Me neither. But I've got it covered in case it comes up.
Fans were really *bleeping* angry when Strongbow Original Dry was discontinued in the US, and they took to social to tell the brand. Like, a lot.
So when the product was eventually relaunched in the states, we wrote them a *bleeping* letter to announce the news.
Sales reps are usually trained by trusted professionals — well, that's boring. Our idea won the business for Iris Worldwide. Plus, it scored three comedians a legit paying gig.
Agency: Iris Worldwide
Smartphone payment plans are confusing. AT&T NEXT is simpler than you think.
The results — the Reality TV Star video alone caused a 7,000% lift in Google searches for AT&T NEXT and the campaign drove 13,000 people into AT&T stores.
State Farm knows the value of your home and car are measured not in dollars, but by birthday parties, visits from grandma, and first kisses.
Everyone smells laundry detergent before they buy it. Next time you do, you better grab some Sun and pray that this happens.
Landing a creative advertising job is tough. And not just for creatives. It's tough for recruiters too because they're the ones whose inboxes get flooded with requests. So I made a bot who will always respond to creatives, even when real recruiters can't.
We like making things. We also like getting freelance gigs, so we made this.
When my partner and I decided to go freelance, we spread the news by taking advantage of a classic holiday tradition — the agency Christmas card.
Not only did we spread some Yuletide cheer to hundreds of ad folks, we even scored some industry cred with Adweek. Plus... we got a job.