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Volkswagen Canada launches campaign for its new Das Summer Sales Event

For the first time, Volkswagen Canada (VW) is holding a summer sale on all of its models, during the months of June and July 2015, with its dealerships across Canada offering cash discounts and special deals on annual percentage rate (APR) financing.

To drive immediate interest and action with potential buyers, VW’s new national retail campaign developed by DDB Canada Montreal communicates, “everyone can afford German engineering,” thanks to VW’s Das Summer Sales Event.

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New Volkswagen campaign demonstrates Golf is designed for unbridled fun

Volkswagen Canada’s new campaign for the all-new 2015 Golf shares the unforgettable drive and uncompromised fun the hatchback is designed for.

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It’s Golden for DDB Canada at the 2015 Marketing Awards

Three of DDB Canada’s campaigns received top honours at the 2015 Marketing Awards.  Celebrating its 93rd anniversary, the Marketing Awards remain one of the most coveted creative prizes in the Canadian advertising industry.

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Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers uses cash incentive to help battle gun violence

Crime Stoppers unveiled an explosive public service campaign on June 4, 2015 to help battle the wave of gun violence that is plaguing British Columbia’s Lower Mainland this year.  For the first time, Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers is motivating people with a monetary reward and will pay up to $2000 for a tip leading to the seizure of an illegal gun.

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New York Festivals Salutes DDB Canada’s Creative

DDB Canada’s creative campaign work was recognized amongst “the world’s best advertising” at the 57th annual New York Festivals’ award show.  The agency was awarded a Silver, two Bronze and three Finalist awards for the following work:

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DDB Canada wins big at the 2015 IABC Capital Awards

DDB Canada’s hard work and creative brilliance was celebrated amongst Edmonton’s best and brightest communicators at the 2015 International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Capital Awards. The team at DDB Canada Edmonton earned an impressive 13 awards for communications programs that were evaluated on strategic thinking, creativity and results through a rigorous judging process designed to recognize work that is of the highest quality.

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Tribal Worldwide Honoured Amongst Internet Trailblazers at the 19th Annual Webby Awards

 

McDonald’s Canada’s “Fry Defender,” the world’s first French fry security system was recognized with the People’s Voice Award in mobile campaigns at the Webby Awards, an annual celebration of the year’s biggest Internet visionaries transforming the digital landscape.

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Frank Palmer celebrates 45 years of being in the business… and that’s no joke!

For those of you who know our chairman & CEO and resident prankster, Frank Palmer, you would know he is notorious for playing practical jokes. So, it should come as no surprise that the anniversary of when he joined the agency-world is fittingly on April Fool’s Day.

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Our Chicken. Your Questions.

The Super Bowl is typically the most-watched program of the year in Canada. Last year 7.3 million Canadians tuned into the game and a similar viewership is anticipated for Super Bowl XLVIII. Like many marketers, who bring their A-Game to the Super Bowl, McDonald’s Canada is using the opportunity to remind viewers of its “Our Food. Your Questions.” platform and share new content that helps combat one of the most prevalent myths regarding McDonald’s chicken production.

“Our Chicken. Your Questions.”

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Winter Wondertube

Last night, Tribal Worldwide – Toronto’s Account Director Nick Pigott was one of four guest presenters at Google Toronto’s YouTube Nights, a monthly gathering where select industry professionals hangout and share cool and interesting online videos found on YouTube.  This particular edition of YouTube Nights, Winter Wondertube, explored the horrors and heroes of the holiday season.  For his talk, Nick shared three popular themes that are associated with the holidays and how brands have brought them to life this year: Christmas carols, Christmas sweaters and emotional storytelling.

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