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GSD&M Targets Wedding Season for Southwest Airlines - Posted October 24, 2014
GSD&M is launching its fall campaign for Southwest Airlines with a new spot, entitled "Wedding," which debuts this Sunday during NFL programming. The ad touts Southwest Airlines as the perfect partner for wedding season. While it may seem like odd timing (with wedding season just ending), invitations are likely making their way... [AgencySpy]

GSD&M Celebrates End of Wright Amendment for Southwest Airlines - Posted July 9, 2014
Southwest Airlines has reason to celebrate following the repeal of the Wright Amendment, "an amendment to the International Air Transportation Act of 1979, restricting passenger flights out of Love Field to locations within Texas and to four neighboring states -- Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico." To help celebrate,... [AgencySpy]

GSD&M Convinces Southwest Airlines to Show Us Its Pearly Whites - Posted May 19, 2014
Today Austin's GSD&M released a sunny new spot for client Southwest Airlines in order to promote its just-announced vacation destinations. The "just got our passport" theme stems from the fact that Southwest ... [MediaJobsDaily]

GSD&M Convinces Southwest Airlines to Show Us Its Pearly Whites - Posted May 19, 2014
Today Austin's GSD&M released a sunny new spot for client Southwest Airlines in order to promote its just-announced vacation destinations. The "just got our passport" theme stems from the fact that Southwest ... [AgencySpy]

GSD&M Launch Zales Holiday Campaign with 'Balloons' - Posted November 5, 2013
GSD&M has Zales' "Let Love Shine" holiday campaign with the spot "Balloon," featuring the surprisingly not terrible music of Lord Huron. I say "surprisingly not terrible" because of the band's name, but the diamond store chain boasts that in 2010, it did help propel The Black Keys (not my favorite but... [AgencySpy]

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