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Posts Tagged ‘Sam Miller’

TDA Does Little to Disprove Stereotypes in Work for HR Outsource Service, TriNet

As Turkey Day draws near and dear, we are hearing about more campaign work than anything else and here’s a new effort that comes to us from Boulder-base agency, TDA, which carries the manta, “Don’t be a Terry.” Now, we’ve met our fair share of swell HR folks, but TDA decided to play up the purported soullessness of said folks with campaign with the ultimate HR character: Terry. Whether it be promotions, holidays or salary issues, the exaggerated character fits the bill. We’re only posting a couple to lessen the blow, and there are credits after the jump. Check out more videos here.

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And Now, Your Requisite Post About Condoms and Vajayjay

Those rapscallions at Boulder-based TDA are at it again, this time launching a new campaign for Sir Richard’s, the condom brand that kicked off its launch by giving us wild postings in NYC nearly 18 months ago and is now honoring National Women’s Health Week with “Vagina Rules.” To be specific, TDA’s effort calls on the ladies to offer “rules about what they won’t put in their vagina” to raise awareness for the lesser-known chemicals that are often found in condoms and lubricant, including spermicide, parabens, and glycerin. You can check out an image from the campaign below or go to the website for info. San Francisco, Denver and Austin, meanwhile, can expect Sir Richard’s wild postings of their own in the near future. Credits after the jump.

 

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