Trade campaign features print
The headline for this campaign reads: Success is finding an advantage.
These ads speak to independent insurance agents, inviting them to sell property/casualty coverage from Secura and get the edge they need to grow their businesses.
Campaign includes outdoor, bus sides and interior cards, gas pump toppers, cab toppers, radio, online banners, transit, print
Sometimes a sandwich is more than a sandwich. It’s a little reward for putting up with whatever the universe flings at you.
Campaign features print
The challenge? Let people know that Catholic Charities doesn’t limit its benevolence to Catholics.
Campaign includes online pre-roll and broadcast
Some young people weren’t signing up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act. How do you motivate them? Fear of loss is one good way.
A lot of cancer care advertising shows docs in white lab coats and patients offering testimonials. How do you stand apart from the conventions of this category?
Get knee surgery and be up and around faster than anyone expected? That can catch people off guard.
(Bottom Two Spots)
Same day appointments
Who doesn’t like the idea of being able to schedule an appointment the same day you see the doctor?
Campaign includes TV, radio, digital outdoor
Harker wanted to stand out from local HVAC competitors. These spots, produced with a modest budget, got attention and got the phone ringing for furnace and air conditioner check-ups.
Campaign includes posters, online banners, online video
Jazz at 5 is an annual summer concert series held in the shadow of the state capitol in Madison, Wisconsin. Jazz artists from across the country perform at these outdoor events. Shows begin at 5 p.m.
Campaign includes web ads and web page copy
This small batch brandy sells out fast, thanks to elegant packaging, uncompromising craftsmanship and a superb product.
Campaign features posters
At Psychic Gallery, you can get your palm read, your Tarot cards read, your future told. (Enough said.)
Campaign includes TV, radio, print
In a cluttered category where big guys outspend small companies by obscene amounts, you need creative leverage to get your message heard.
The people at Butch’s make pizza like it’s 1967. No fancy crusts or toppings. Nothing trendy or faddish. Just good traditional pie.
Bakers Square (California)
Briggs & Stratton
Country Kitchen restaurants
Emmi Roth cheese
First Weber realtors
Gold'n Plump poultry
Graber blinds and shades
Jazz at 5 concert series
MetroHealth hospital (Cleveland)
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Myrtle Beach Tourism
Quest (dehumidifiers for the cannabis industry)
Saris Cycling Group
Security Health Plan
Syngenta (crop protection)
Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board