Alec Brownstein

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Dollar Shave Club Makes Broadcast Debut - Posted November 10, 2014
Following a string of viral digital ads, Dollar Shave Club is making the leap to broadcast television. The move follows the company's recent success, as, according to founder and CEO Michael Dubin, the brand "finished October with 1.1 million active subscribe... [GalleyCat]

Brownstein's Latest Project Includes a 'Sopranos' Reunion - Posted May 22, 2012
Ah yes, our old pal ... [GalleyCat]

Designer Graffiti-Tags CP+B Twitter Feed in Job Stunt - Posted May 18, 2012
From here, 2010 seems like a much simpler time. Back then, jobs at marquee agencies could be attained by Google AdWords bids that targeted ad execs with a penchant for Google-ing themse... [GalleyCat]

Well, This is a Fun Way to Play Office Mischief-Maker - Posted April 2, 2012
Since leaving his senior copywriting gig at Y&R New York nearly nine months ago, Alec Brownstein has been keeping f... [GalleyCat]

Alec Brownstein Leaving Y&R - Posted July 5, 2011
Copywriter/director Alec Brownstein, the man behind the Jerks in Your Area blog who famously landed a gig at Y&R New York last year via his soon-to-be award-winning Google job experiment (see below), is leaving s... [GalleyCat]

Guy Gets A Job For $6 - Posted May 12, 2010
Will we ever tire of job search stunts? No. Via AgencySpy, the latest job search stunt: a copywriter bought Google ads for the names of people he wanted to work for. So when those guys googled themselves, they saw a message saying "hire me!" Total cost? $6. Of course, you've got to have... [MediaJobsDaily]