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  1. 8.26.21

    MUSE by Clio

    Aflac Casts Deion Sanders in DEI College Football Blitz

    “Coach Prime is not only a world-class athlete and coach, but also a father, teacher, and advocate for Black opportunity,” says Brandon Hampton. “He stands in the gap of education for HBCUs while Aflac stands in the healthcare gap for its policyholders.”

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  2. 8.25.21


    Aflac College Football Effort Features Coaches Nick Saban, Deion Sanders

    “Aflac’s college football campaign brings back University of Alabama coach Nick Saban for a third year. Created in partnership with Dagger, Aflac’s advertising agency of record, the three-spot campaign, ‘Earning the Aflacket,’ also features the Aflac Duck.”

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  3. 8.25.21

    Ad Age

    Top 3 Takeaways from the Small Agency Conference Awards

    This year’s Ad Age Small Agency Conference delved into some critically important subjects for the advertising community. Here, Mike Popowski talks about the main criteria by which we evaluate new clients, while Christofer Peterson talks about what an anti-racist agency culture truly entails.

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  4. 8.25.21


    Media buyers weigh in on the leaders and challengers on the social media landscape

    Facebook and Instagram are still the crème de la crème when it comes to social media ad spend but platforms like TikTok and Snapchat have upped the ante with their own offerings. Here, Phil Lewicki and Abby Hill weigh in on the social media landscape.

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  5. 8.20.21

    Ad Age

    Agencies Are Prioritizing Mental Health By Taking A Week Off, But Is It Enough?

    “Time off alone isn’t enough, just as ping-pong tables and office kegerators alone don’t make for good company culture. People want to work in a place where they feel seen and heard and recognized.”

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  6. 8.19.21

    Atlanta magazine

    The Krystal on Northside Drive gets an ATL-themed makeover

    “We want people in Atlanta to feel like the restaurant belongs to them. We want them to feel that this is something that authentically represents them.”

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