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DDB Canada, K-Y: Let's Talk About Lubricant, Baby - Posted December 17, 2013
DDB Canada has a new campaign for K-Y Brand lubricant called "Warm Up To Love Again." As the title suggests, this campaign is targeted at couples having intimacy issues, rather than continually fapping, hormonal teenage boys (another key lubricant demographic). More specifically, the campaign speaks to "women, who want to stay... [AgencySpy]

To Fight Animal Cancer, Dogs and Cats Sing, Dance, and Even Rap - Posted November 12, 2013
Yes, that's right, a dog raps in the two-minute "We Could Be Heroes" music video meant to raise awareness and money for animal cancer. The video for Pet Trust comes from Toronto-based Red Urban and appears to be a sort of "We Are the World" spin-off with dogs and cats. The... [AgencySpy]

Red Urban Highlights New Golf GTD's Acceleration in Global Spots - Posted September 5, 2013
Red Urban, Volkswagen's creative agency in Canada for the past three-and-a-half years, has unveiled the new Golf GTD with a global campaign showcasing the car's rapid acceleration. The five 15-second spots for the campaign were filmed on location in Toronto over the course of two days, presenting quite a few challenges... [AgencySpy]

Yes, Maybe Chat Lines Do Serve a Purpose After All - Posted April 17, 2013
The folks at Toronto-based agency Blammo, which in recent times has showcased Canadian ad players and gave us a ... [AgencySpy]

Cossette Toronto Bungles Bugles Games - Posted February 8, 2013
Parents always tell young children not to play with their food. Usually, when those kids get older, they have better things to do than use snacks as chess pieces. However, the two whitebread kids in the new Bugles commercials probably don't have quality social lives, so to pass the time, they... [MediaJobsDaily]

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