Fresh off of retaining creative duties at least for longtime client Honda, (phew), RPA has rolled this out on this, the jokiest, prank-filled of days. The Santa Monica-based agency introduces us to the greatest haircut-on-the-go machine known to man with the HondaHAIR, which comes equipped within the Honda Odyssey Touring Elite. What would an announce like this be without some PR speak, and Honda’s head of said department, named “Parsley Thyme” chimes in saying, ““We recognize that our Odyssey drivers are busier than ever, which is why we’ve packed the car with so many conveniences, including this HondaHAIR forward-thinking technology.” During use, we say just avoid the damn potholes, but we should say the HondaVAC in the 2014 Odyssey is an actual accessory. Credits after the jump.
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Saatchi & Saatchi unit Team One has added Alicia Dotter as a creative director to guide work on Lexus, Ritz-Carlton as well as other hotel accounts. Dotter didn’t have to travel very far as she arrives from fellow Los Angeles-based agency, TBWA\Media Arts Lab, where she worked as an ACD on the Mac vs. PC campaign, a host of iPod ads and the “There’s an App for That” effort.
Before Dotter joined TBWA, where she spent well over four years, the creative had stints at well-known operations like Deutsch and Tribal DDB.