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Wednesday Odds and Ends

-Grey New York gets, well, more intimate, and a tad juvenile (what else could you do, really) to promote Energizer Personal Care’s “Fresh + Sexy” wipes by Playtex, which we’ve actually been hearing Howard Stern do live ads for during breaks on his radio show over the past week. Anyways, the campaign is called “Clean where it counts.” See more here.

-Draftfcb has hired Razorfish alum Brooks Day as VP of business development in its San Francisco office.

-New York-based editorial house Northern Lights has added editor Josh Towvim to its roster.

-If only they’d thought of Grand Central Station for this great Walking Dead promo. link

-Some search marketing folks are saying Google’s AdWords overhaul comes at the expense of advertiser visibility. link

-Santa Monica-based shop Neighbor is working with FunnyOrDie writer/director Erin Gibson on a series of webisodes as part of a relaunch/rebrand of women’s nutrition bar, Luna. link; link

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Tuesday Odds and Ends

-Directors Daniel Kleinman and Ringan Ledwidge and president Johnnie Frankel have launched the U.S. office of prodco Rattling Stick in Los Angeles.

-CP+B and Rickard’s Canada celebrate Movember with “Mo Duels” (above). link

-After a review, Texas-based McGarrah Jessee (you know, the agency involved with this) was named AOR for Haggar Clothing Co.

-Forget digital ninjas, Draftfcb SF is looking for a straight up “digital bad ass.” link

-The Department of Homeland Security is stepping up its Twitter monitoring and looking for signs of social unrest here in the States. link

-Code and Theory appointed Vince Quilici as GM of its San Francisco office.

-Commercial production studio Pictures in a Row added director Chris Cantwell to its roster.

-Editorial boutique Red Car welcomed editor Josh Towvim to its New York office.