Your pockets are empty, but it doesn’t mean you can’t give this holiday season (to people who really do need it more than you). Just click through the image below and let MIGHTYkarma do the donating for you. You get the good feeling and you can keep the heat on in your double-wide. Nice.
Every advertising creative cliché, crammed into one Charlie Brown Christmas special. Tis the season! Oh, and did we mention we’re still accepting your ideas for this year’s Denver Egotist holiday card?
At a recent Egotist roundtable, the topic of December was introduced. It would seem that there is never a normal December. Some reported little or no work and a lot of consumption of bon-bons. Others reported crazy spending by clients and late, late nights with no sugar plums.
What have you found? Sure, this year is a little extra sucky on the cash flow side, but let us know what you’re seeing out there in the trenches. In here, it’s fair to partly crappy, but the booze is still flowing, if you know what we mean. Yeah, you do.
TDA Advertising & Design has beenin thenews for their Memorex campaign, the first major advertising effort for the brand since the 1970s. Along with print ads, which are 70% of the media buy, TDA has created Cab Karaoke – outfitting taxis in San Fran, Chicago and NY with Memorex’s SingStand, a full sized microphone, stand and speakers that allows users to sing along with music – then recording people who work their magic and uploading their videos to MyKaraokeCab.com.
On Friday, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper unveiled the Mile High City’s window display on “Good Morning America.” Denver was one of three cities selected to decorate a window at the ABC News Studios. While Mayor Hickenlooper unveiled the display, “a festive pep rally with more than 200 participants dressed in ski and snowboard gear was staged in Denver’s Union Station from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. to coincide with the New York airing.” The “Good Morning America” broadcast cut back and forth from New York to the local crowd in the station throughout the morning, showcasing Denver’s festive spirit and city pride. The window was designed by Designed by Keita Usuda, senior designer at Condit Exhibits. Hmmm.