We have a lot to say. Admittedly, some of it probably shouldn’t be said in public, so we’ll keep it to the stuff that matters. Don’t expect us to only spew words or facts. We’ll tell you what we think, and more importantly, why it matters to you.

Jun 21, 2018

Trending from G/L: Country Time Stands Up For Kids

Luke Smith Advertising, Education, General, Media, Public Relations, Strategy, Trending Now, Trends

Does shutting down a kid’s lemonade because they don’t have a business permit sound crazy to you? If it does, you’re likely in the majority, but unfortunately, police have been doing just that. After a recent rash of Lemonade stand shutdowns requested by crotchety neighbors, Kraft Heinz’s Country Time Lemonade brand sprung into action with their “Legal-Ade” campaign. When 6-year …

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Apr 03, 2018

Trending from G/L: Marketing to Millennials

Meg Strange Advertising, Media, Trending Now, Trends

About a month ago, I turned 30. We Millennials like to think that we age about 1.6 times faster than other generations, so 30 is actually about 50 in Millennial years. As soon as I neared the dreaded 3-0, I was inundated with messages reminding me that I’m getting old. I mean it. Facebook trolled me for months leading up …

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Dec 29, 2016

Trending from G/L: Ads in Colombia Sell Peace

Randy Micheletti Advertising, Branding, Creative, Digital, Integrated Marketing, Media, Public Relations, Trending Now, Trends, Web

As a result of this campaign, negotiations between the fighters and the government of Colombia have started, providing hope for prolonged peace.

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healthcare marketing
Dec 21, 2016

Healthcare Marketing Blogs

Dan Diveley Advertising, Branding, Creative, Digital, G/L Work, Media, Planning, Strategy

We’ve written a lot about healthcare marketing over the past few years. To make it easy, we’ve compiled some of our best posts here.

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Sep 19, 2016

Trending from G/L: Media Planning and House of Cards

Ben Schwab Branding, Media, Planning, Strategy, Trending Now, Trends

The media planning was designed to capitalize on the growing media attention given to the real world presidential election cycle by targeting political events and using them as a springboard to promote the reelection of the show’s main protagonist, Frank Underwood.

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