DC brought home a Small Agency of the Year award for the second year running. Announced last night at Ad Age’s Small Agency Conference in Nashville, the award takes into consideration business results, agency culture as well as a range of creative work across accounts.
In its latest effort for the California Tobacco Control Program, DC shifts focus from the health dangers of cigarettes to the environmental dangers of cigarette butts. The “Come Clean” campaign features new TV and a billboard filled with 12,000 toxic butts.
For the second year in a row, DC brought home top honors at the sfBIG awards. Last year, it was our anti-vaping work on behalf of CTCP. This year, it was, in part, our pro-marijuana work on Kettle chips. Big thanks to sfBIG for the kind acknowledgement.
Amid the merriment, it seems only fair to mention we’re an award-winning ad agency that specializes in relaunching brands, that among our stellar capabilities are strategy, identity, advertising, design, UX and a lot more, and that somewhere along the line we came into possession of a penthouse tavern called the Tip.