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Tuesday Odds and Ends


-Zulu Alpha Kilo created an ad for the Aequitas NEO Exchange, imagining what predatory high frequency trading might look like in the grocery market (video above).

-Absolut appointed AnalogFolk as its global social media agency following a competitive review.

-Creative digital studio Click 3X announced the addition of Damien Drake to its directorial roster.

-Integrated marketing communication agency The Bawmann Group (TBG) announced the acquisition of Denver-based Ubiquity Group, “which specializes in biotech and medical technology marketing.”

-Las Vegas-based marketing communications SK+G announced the appointment of Ralph Pici as director of digital, responsible for leading “digital innovation, digital strategy, user engagement experience and technology development.”

-Mediabrands announced some management changes for its Initiative unit.

-Hunter Douglas tapped Boulder-based creative agency Grenadier to promote Pirouette window shadings.

-MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER announced the addition of Eric Perko as media director.

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Here’s an Interesting Way to Encourage Taking a Power Lunch

Eric Silver and company at Amalgamated continue to push their vodka client Ultimat, which is housed under the Patron Spirits umbrella. After taking its “Social Life Audit” several months ago, Amalgamated has now provided us with this interesting outdoor effort aimed at white collar pros in NYC and Chicago who apparently work nonstop and could use a booze break. The parties behind the campaign employed actual window-washers (hence the name) and snazzed them up to a bit in order to relate, we suppose, to the corporate workforce and send them a message in the process. How’s that for selling a happy hour. At least it looks like mission accomplished. Credits after the jump.

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