CPB brings the Noid back for Domino’s Pizza

Domino’s Pizza has always had one nemesis: the Noid – an antihero that has been trying to prevent great pizza delivery since 1986. Maybe it was the chaos of 2020 that gave the Noid the confidence to return, or possibly the fact that Domino’s has continued to innovate around great pizza delivery with amazing technology. … Continue reading “CPB brings the Noid back for Domino’s Pizza”

Alex Bogusky departs CPB after 18-month return

Citing the desire to spend more time with his family, iconic  CPB co-founder Alex Bogusky has announced that he will be leaving the famed agency (he founded in 1988) after making a return to his roots 18 months ago.  CPB Partner and Chairman Chuck Porter told Ad Age, who broke the story, “We spent 80 hours … Continue reading “Alex Bogusky departs CPB after 18-month return”

Vrbo: New ad features John Legend

Vacation rental company Vrbo unveiled its biggest campaign to date with a new ad featuring John Legend and real-life families who didn’t realize they’d be experiencing surprise reunions with loved ones while cameras rolled. The scenes play out as Legend performs a new version of the classic song “I Can See Clearly Now.” Created by Crispin Porter … Continue reading “Vrbo: New ad features John Legend”

New Silk Ultra campaign features Phelps, Raisman

Silk’s new campaign, produced by Lightning Orchard, spotlights the fierce power of plant-based nutrition with beast-level strength athletes, Michael Phelps and Aly Raisman, to introduce Silk ULTRA, one of the first multi-serve protein beverages on the market with 20 grams of complete plant-based protein for muscle repair and maintenance. There’s a common misconception that you need to eat meat … Continue reading “New Silk Ultra campaign features Phelps, Raisman”

Domino’s delivers account to indie shop WorkinProgress

Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Domino’s has selected WorkInProgress as its agency of record. The move brings to an end the pizza chain’s 13-year relationship with MDC Partners’ CPB, choosing an independent over a holding company. The small Boulder-based shop — created in 2016 by a group of CPB vets—was appointed after Domino’s decided that working with a holding company shop … Continue reading “Domino’s delivers account to indie shop WorkinProgress”

Black Creativity Matters to Denver Ad School, Cactus

Looking to lead with real action, the Denver Ad School (DAD), in partnership with Cactus, the Denver creative agency known for its award-winning work in the mental health and wellness space, have launched Black Creativity Matters, an annual scholarship fund that’s designed to remove one of the biggest barriers of entry for young Black creatives … Continue reading “Black Creativity Matters to Denver Ad School, Cactus”

More layoffs, furloughs and salary freezes hit agencies

As we enter the sixth week of lockdowns and working from home due to the global health crisis, agencies are finally beginning to feel the impact as more were laid off and/or furloughed last week. Independently-owned agency Mekanism, which has offices in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle, has reportedly laid off approximately 5% … Continue reading “More layoffs, furloughs and salary freezes hit agencies”

Domino’s paves streets to make safer for pizza delivery

Last year, Crispin, Porter & Bogusky launched client Domino’s own Carryout Insurance, in which the pizza delivery giant claimed that it would “insure” a pizza by replacing it with another one completely for free. Now, realizing that potholes in roads can hinder fully enjoying a Domino’s Pizza, the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based company is now offering … Continue reading “Domino’s paves streets to make safer for pizza delivery”

WYCC sold for over $100 million less than its worth

The sale of Chicago’s second public TV station may have cost the city college system $130 million, according to the results of a six-month investigation contained in this article. Calculated in terms of potential income, the loss was just one of many negative factors that continue to affect Chicago as a result of the Federal … Continue reading “WYCC sold for over $100 million less than its worth”