Cactus Launches CO Effort for Opioid, Antidote Naloxone, Showing Reality of Drugs on the Doorstep

by / August 20, 2019 /

Cactus and the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention have launched a multimedia campaign to educate people statewide about the rising of opioid addiction and the availability of Naloxone — a medication any American adult can obtain and keep on hand to save the life of someone who has overdosed on opioids.

Naloxone, sold under the brand name Narcan, is a nasal spray that can revive[Read More]

HORMEL Compleats Are Fast As BEEP

by / August 20, 2019 /

Created by BBDO Minneapolis, the new campaign features real-life moments when people could really use a quick, easy meal. Once they learn about the speed and satisfaction offered by 60-second HORMEL Compleats, they let the exclamatory words slip. The microwave's beeps keep everything family friendly. 

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Denver’s POSSIBLE Mobile Becomes Wunderman Thompson Mobile

by / August 15, 2019 /

Following the integration of J. Walter Thompson, Wunderman and POSSIBLE earlier this year, POSSIBLE Mobile — headquartered here in Denver — has officially become Wunderman Thompson Mobile. Wunderman Thompson Mobile is "a creative, data and technology agency built to inspire growth for ambitious brands through cutting-edge app experiences." Their clients, such as Turner Sports, JetBlue Airways and PGA TOUR, rely on the agency to deliver high-profile, can’t fail applications for [Read More]

Jimmy John’s Wants To Buy You A House So They Can Deliver You A Sandwich in New Campaign from Boulder’s WorkInProgress

by / August 15, 2019 /

In February, Jimmy John’s was the first chain to declare that it would never authorize third-party aggregators, such as Uber Eats, DoorDash and Grubhub, to deliver its sandwiches — since those services don’t meet Jimmy John’s high standards for efficient, reliable, affordable delivery. While the $13 billion third-party food-delivery market is growing, 35% of customers say they have experienced a problem with deliveries and 76% hold the restaurant partially responsible for those errors[Read More]