• New Monday Lunchtime Poll #21 >>

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    This question was eating at us all weekend. Care to indulge us in an answer?

  • New Editorial: Is The Ad Media Biased Too? >>

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    We gotta get to the bottom of this.

  • Eat Someone Alive

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    The date for this year’s Denver Zombie Crawl has been announced as October 18th at 6pm. Participants can come as a zombie or as a victim. Victims indicate their desire to be “attacked” by wearing a duct tape X and appearing at points along the crawl. Victims are also encouraged to draw attention to themselves by screaming things like, “Oh sweet lord, Armageddon is upon us. Is that a freakin’ zombie coming at me? Gimme my shotgun, baby, so I can blow the head off the damn thing. Dude, dude, you’re not really supposed to bite me. Dude, seriously.” Should be some good family fun.

  • Rocky Mountain Rollergirls Ad Via Juice

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    Fun ad. Fun account to be working on. Agency: Juice Communications, Denver.

  • Freeze Company

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    Follow us on this one. Vail Resorts and Intrawest (owners of Copper Mountain, Winter Park, Steamboat and other ski resorts) have bad blood between them stemming from land battle lawsuits. Step in Seattle agency, Wexley School for Girls, who develops the campaign below for Copper, Winter Park and Steamboat – lampooning Rob Katz (the “Mr. V” character in the spots and current chief executive of Vail Resorts). Proceed to phone call from Mr. Katz to current Intrawest CEO, Bill Jensen, to Take Them Down! They live on on YouTube. And we now present this Three’s Company-inspired campaign to you.

  • New Wednesday Poll >>

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    With the rising cost of pretty much everything, including our therapist’s hourly rate, we’re offering The Egotist couch and a friendly ear to our readers.

    Bear your soul with this week’s poll question.

  • Ahoy, Congrats to Crispin Porter + Bogusky

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    Boulder-based (for all those who say Miami) Crispin Porter + Bogusky has been picked by clothing chain Old Navy as the lead creative agency on its $200 million advertising account.

    CP+B will “develop seasonal campaigns that bring the brand’s fun and value-driven aesthetic to life through advertising and compelling in-store experiences,” Old Navy said in a statement late Tuesday. The new ads are scheduled to appear in March, the industry journal AdWeek said on its website. AdWeek said CP+B beat out the TBWA\Chiat\Day agency of Playa del Rey, Calif., for the account.

    It’ll be interesting to see what happens with this notoriously fickle account in Boulder.

    (Via The Denver Business Journal)

  • Seems About Right

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    Wouldn’t you agree?

    (Via Penny Arcade)

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