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October 31, 2017

iProspect Named a Leader by Forrester Research

Forrester Research, Inc., an independent research firm, has ranked iProspect as a Leader in The Forrester Wave ™: Search Marketing Agencies, Q4 2017

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May 5, 2017

Chick-fil-A cows, Motel 6’s Tom Bodett lift Dallas’ Stan Richards to ad hall of fame

When the American Advertising Federation recently inducted Stan Richards into its hall of fame, it confirmed what we’ve known for decades: Dallas’ famous bespectacled ad agency icon is a singularly notable dude. Richards was honored in New York along with seven other legends of the advertising world, including Jerry Della Femina, who brought the world the singing Meow Mix cats. We all know Richards for another animal — the self-aware "Eat Mor Chikin” cows — and for leaving the light on at Motel 6.

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Industry News

  • Grey London Made an Album of Feminist Christmas Carols, Rewritten to Stick It to the Man
    It's been a banner year for women, in great part because of a system that drove its boot so deep into our necks that we all lost our epic sense of composure. In record numbers, we marched. We ran for office. We called bullshit on sexual harassment (and are still ... read more
    Source: Adweek AdfreakPublished on 2017-12-12By Adweek Staff
  • TBWA Is Turning a Speeding Train Into an Escape Room for Murder on the Orient Express
    Escape rooms have become old hat, but once in a while you see a spin on the approach that makes them worth mentioning again. This is one. Inspired by the 20th Century Fox film Murder on the Orient Express, based on Agatha Christie's classic novel, Finnish Railways tapped TBWA Helsinki ... read more
    Source: Adweek AdfreakPublished on 2017-12-12By Adweek Staff
  • HoneyBaked Ham Made Its First TV Ad in a Decade, and It Was Worth the Wait
    You can try to make your own ham this Christmas, says a new ad. But you might end up needing a chainsaw to cut it. Instead, try a ham--pre-glazed and ready-to-serve--from The HoneyBaked Ham Company, argues the ad, from BBDO Atlanta. In the spot, a thirtysomething everywoman protagonist, Kelly, grapples ... read more
    Source: Adweek AdfreakPublished on 2017-12-12By Adweek Staff