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Another sweet new client
If you missed it in Adweek and Ad Age, DC went to the Black Forest and hit the gummy bear motherlode.
Redhook Brewery has picked Duncan/Channon as its agency of record, leading strategy, creative and media efforts. This marks D/C's second brand from leading brewer, Craft Brew Alliance.
D/C wins California Tobacco Control Program advertising work
The California Tobacco Control Program, the state program who works to reduce the health impact and premature deaths due to tobacco use, has selected D/C as its full-service ad agency of record after a comprehensive review. The contract, which began this month, covers advertising strategy, creative and media, and runs for up to five years.
Kona Brewing taps D/C
After an extensive review, Kona Brewing Company has selected Duncan/Channon as agency of record.
A real beaut of a win: Sephora and Marc Jacobs and digital
Finally, it can be told: after an extensive review of agencies, Sephora, the world's best-known specialty beauty retailer, selected Duncan/Channon to design the website for its new Marc Jacobs Beauty collection.
DriveTime parks here
After a comprehensive search driven by Pile & Company, the acceleration-minded company signed Duncan/Channon, the original pedal-to-the-metal agency, as its strategic and creative partner.
Jackpot: D/C wins Palms
Duncan/Channon has been picked to lead branding and advertising efforts for The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.
Good vibrations from Meyer Sound
Everyone in the music biz knows that when you want the best in sound reinforcement, starting with the industry's most innovative speaker systems, Meyer Sound is your move. For more than 30 years, Berkeley-based Meyer Sound has set the standard for sound in recording studios, big arenas, small halls, churches, theaters and cinema, around the world, creating breakthrough systems for Francis Ford Coppola, the Grateful Dead and Metallica, among many others.
Ancestry.com picks D/C (this guy would be so proud)
Eyes on the prize: D/C wins 1-800 CONTACTS
A healthy piece of new business
D/C wins Esurance