Huge Atlanta is hosting a panel discussion on the impact of women in sports and sports broadcasting this Thursday, January 31st. The panel features leaders from the Alanta Hawks, Atlanta United, ESPN, and an independent film maker and should be an unbelievably good time. Click here t[Read More]
Hothouse has been selected by CORT to serve as its new creative and marketing agency partner.
CORT, a Berkshire Hathaway Company, is the country’s top provider of transition services, which includes short & long-term furniture solutions for home and office, event rental furnishings, global relocation services and more. Sounds like a lot.
Good news if you like good editors, Dan Aronin has signed on with Hero Post. Check his reel over here, and grab the whole press release below. And an Egotist favorite from Dan before the break:
Hero Post has signed Los Angeles based independent editor Dan Aronin for representation in the Southeast. A graduate of NYU film school, Aronin’s career began at Cosmo Street Editorial. He then spent several years at No6 Ed[Read More]
Coming out of school as newly minted designers, we often aspire to the heights of master craftsmanship. We envision ourselves creating expertly designed, meticulously implemented products that inspire awe with their beauty, artistry, and execution.
Then the real world promptly smacks us in the face.
In news that shocks absoultely no one, The Atlanta Addys have extended the deadline for submissions to January 15th. So get those case studies polished up, and your approvals knocked out so we can see who's got the best of Atlanta.
More details below:
Due to popular demand, we are extending submissions for the 2019 American Advertising Awards Atlanta competition (The ADDYs) to TUESDAY, JANUARY 15th.[Read More]
BBDO partnered with Street Grace and PR firm Porter Novelli to call awareness to the more than 3,600 children who are sold into sex slavery every year in Georgia – enough to fill 72 school buses. They wrapped 72 school buses with anti-human traficking messages and literally created a mile long billboard of traffic to change the conversation from Atlanta traffic to Atlanta traffick.
The event, which literally stopped traffic in Atlanta, kicked off with a press conference including th[Read More]