Fresh Ideas: Travel Marketing Campaigns

Welcome to our weekly “Fresh Ideas” post.

Carolina  Contributed by Carolina Cepeda

Had a busy week and feeling a little lost around water cooler banter? We’ve got you covered. Once a week, we’ll share some Fresh Ideas with you, including our favorite brand stunts and announcements, trending topics, tech news, and social media buzz that stand out from the herd.

Saw something awesome that we should have included? Share it in the comments section below!

THIS WEEK’S FRESH IDEAS…

This one is dedicated to all travel bugs. There is nothing more comforting than knowing the airline you’re flying with truly cares about their customers, and for that, we’ve rounded up the best campaigns and activations airlines have done in the past. Hopefully this inspires some to pack their bags and go explore the beautiful world we live in.

1. You Will Wish A Baby Cries On The Plane

CryBaby

Let’s be honest… whenever we hop on a plane and you are either travelling with a child or you have a baby next to you, the instant fear of “OMG! Please don’t cry!” Or “This baby is going to cry” comes to mind. Our dear friends and clients at JetBlue felt us all cringe, and in turn created “FlyBabies”, a stunt that offered a 25% discount to passengers every time a baby cried. Meaning, if four babies cried, all passengers would get a free round-trip ticket for their next JetBlue flight.

2. Coca-Cola Inspiring Humanity

CocaCola

This one made us tear up a little bit because we LOVE kindness! Coca-Cola and JetBlue partnered as part of the “Share a Coke” campaign at New York’s Penn Station’s vending machine. For those who purchased a Coca-Cola, two would come out of the machine to encourage them to share the second one. To those who took this generous turn, a JetBlue representative came up to them and shared two round-trip tickets.

This is not the first time Coca-Cola and airlines motivate passengers to an act of kindness. They partnered with WestJet the year before to encourage them to create custom cans for friends and family. Those who did won a free plane ticket with the flight barcode on the side of the can.

3. Icelandair’s ‘Stopover Buddy’

StopoverBuddy

Think of this as a modern PayPal version for travellers. Icelandair created the ‘Stopover Buddy’ service that allowed customers to go to Iceland for up to seven nights while on their routes from Europe to North America. The service would pair passengers with members of the airline’s team or locals that know the area, allowing passengers to have a unique and genuine Iceland experience. The campaign boosted the airline’s sales by 30%.

4. When Someone Tells You Santa Isn’t Real

Christmas

This one is old but gold. WestJet immediately turned into one of our favorite airlines with their Christmas Miracle campaign. While boarding from Toronto to Hamilton, Ontario, passengers were asked what they wanted for Christmas. While WestJet representatives took notes, they put their elf hats on and purchased and wrapped the presents for them to receive upon their arrival at the baggage carousel.

5. Everyone Has An Hour To Spare!

VirginAmerica

Business trips can be extremely hectic and exhausting. Virgin America took this opportunity to highlight all the things that can be done in various cities in just one hour to encourage business [or pleasure] travelers to make the most out of their trips. Part of these fun activities varied from indoor skating in Montreal to visiting the memorial library in Indianapolis.

6. When Your Resume Is On Point

BeThere

Emirates “Be There” campaign gave “Globalistas,” aka, their employees, an opportunity to travel and discover the world. Their journeys were documented to demonstrate how the brand’s employees’ value the same passion and desire as the passengers. The campaign began with cabin crew training specialist, Rahed Ammoura, and partnered with National Geographic to broadcast the stories.

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RockOrange is a fully integrated communications agency made up of a diverse group of collaborators who are passionate about building brands. We don’t just follow trends, we set them. We take solid, fresh ideas and turn them into value for the companies we work with. We see problems as opportunities, provide strategic leadership and never lose sight of our clients’ goals. 

Interested in our fresh ideas? Get at us: info@rockorange.com.

August Rockstar of the Month: Yanet Sellek

Congrats to our August Rockstar of the Month: Yanet Sellek!

Calm, cool and collecting all our numbers, Yanet is the toughest finance manager we know. She spends her days making sure the numbers are in order and the business is running smoothly.

“Yanet exhibits precision and professionalism in everything she does,” said RockOrange principal, Miguel Piedra. “She is an integral part of RockOrange and we are so grateful to have her on our team.”

As if that wasn’t enough, for the last year Yanet has also been pursuing a Master in Finance degree from FIU.  Rockstar by day, and student by night, Yanet just graduated from this prestigious program and wow- are we SO proud of her accomplishment! Congrats to our recent grad and August Rockstar!

Fresh Ideas: Marketing Innovations

Welcome to our weekly “Fresh Ideas” post.

Laura Tremblay
Contributed by Laura Tremblay

Had a busy week and feeling a little lost around water cooler banter? We’ve got you covered. Once a week, we’ll share some Fresh Ideas with you, including our favorite brand stunts and announcements, trending topics, tech news, and social media buzz that stand out from the herd.

Saw something awesome that we should have included? Share it in the comments section below!

THIS WEEK’S FRESH IDEAS…

It’s been a crazy week… and we want to showcase new innovations that are generating a lot of media attention. From major companies changing their approach to new technological advancements, here’s what you need to know:

1. For Those Midnight Munchies…

Taco Mode

Lyft announced this week their “Taco Mode” feature, providing a solution to a riders late night munchies. Starting on Thursday, riders can press a button to have their drivers take them through a Taco Bell’s drive through between 9pm-2am. Consumers are excited for this feature to be released, I mean is there anything better than having some tacos after a late night out?

2. Google & YouTube’s New Streaming Service

Google YouTube Streaming

YouTube’s Chief Business Officer, Robert Kyncl, plans on merging YouTube Red and Google Play Music to provide the ultimate music streaming service. This new approach attempts to improve YouTube’s low popularity among consumers.

3. Look Mom, No Hands!

Automated Buses

The Future is here. New automated buses are arriving to Finland. They hold about 12 passengers and travel seven miles an hour (slower than a cyclist). The buses come at a time where self-driving automobiles are emerging as the future of driving. However, challenges arise from other drivers when the buses are used on roads. As the project director puts, “The machine always follows traffic rules, and people often don’t.”

4. Underwear Talk To Break The Ice

Fruit of the Loom

Fruit of the Loom knows that the first rule about breathable underwear is, you don’t talk about breathable underwear. The ads take a comical approach to address how amazing breathable underwear actually is. In fact, so incredible you will want to talk about it, even during those 30-second awkward elevator moments.

5. Extra Chicago Sauce On The Side, Please!

Heinz Chicago Suace

If you put ketchup on your hot dog, you’re not really a Chicagoan. This week during National Hotdog Day, Heinz created a ‘Chicago Dog Sauce,’ disguised as a special sauce different than average ketchup. They had locals try it, and their amusing reactions can be seen here.

6. Bench Talks With Mickey

Disney's Magic Bench

Without a headset or smartphone, Disney’s Magic Bench lets users play with AR characters with multiple people, as many as the bench can fit. This innovative approach sets up an entire room for virtual immersion in mixed reality.

7. Welcome, Lt. Stamets! 

Star Trek

Star Trek: Discovery has always been a game changer. The series is welcoming a new character that will make many proud. Lt. Stamets will be the first gay character and will be Star Trek’s representation for the LGBTQ community, portraying more of the character’s interpersonal relationships instead of their duties.

DUH! Why Didn’t We Think of That? WOOD EDITION

(Inspiring Things and Fresh Ideas We Love)

 


RockOrange is a fully integrated communications agency made up of a diverse group of collaborators who are passionate about building brands. We don’t just follow trends, we set them. We take solid, fresh ideas and turn them into value for the companies we work with. We see problems as opportunities, provide strategic leadership and never lose sight of our clients’ goals. 

Interested in our fresh ideas? Get at us: info@rockorange.com.

Fresh Ideas: Latest Summer Happenings

Welcome to our weekly “Fresh Ideas” post.

Had a busy week and feeling a little lost around water cooler banter? We’ve got you covered. Once a week, we’ll share some Fresh Ideas with you, including our favorite brand stunts and announcements, trending topics, tech news, and social media buzz that stand out from the herd.

Saw something awesome that we should have included? Share it in the comments section below!

THIS WEEK’S FRESH IDEAS…

This week we highlight our favorite weekly campaigns. From those that took home the big Grand Pix award at Cannes, to the introduction of new furry faces from one of our favorite brands, here’s what you need to know about the latest advertising happenings.

1. When You Do That 23andMe Test

Ancestry

Ancestry.com recreated a painting with people from different ethnicities for their 4th of July campaign. The motive for the activation was to demonstrate how the nation has evolved from the days of white men in powdered wigs.

2. Cheers to the Superhumans

Superhumans

The “We’re the Superhumans” ad won a Cannes Grand Prix prize for Film. The campaign showcased more than 140 disabled people and focused on the stories of Paralympic athletes and the challenges they’ve overcome. Watch here to be inspired by these amazing supermans.

3. About Those Happy Meal Toys

Happy Meal Toys

Raise your hand if you only went to McDonald’s for the Happy Meal toy (Ok, their fries are pretty good too.) Delish released an article with the most popular toy of the year since 1977. Is anyone else having a nostalgic moment remembering the McWrist Wallet, mini furbies, and the sky dancers?

4. What To Do When Your Favorite Menu Item Discontinues

KFC Tweet

One man was determined to get answers from KFC. He tweeted every single day for almost a year until the fast food chain brought the Hot Devil Drumlets. Situations like these show us that anything is possible with the power of social media. Should we tweet Starbucks to bring that unicorn drink back?

5. Toyota Completes First In-Home Human Support Robot Trial In North America

Support Robot

Toyota just finished its first in-home trial in North America of the Human Support Robot platform (HSR). The system is one of the mobile assistant bots that the brand is using to improve the quality of life of people. A U.S. war veteran that was left paralyzed created the robot; it has visual sensors and articulating arm appendage for assistance.

6. Instagram [Stories] Everywhere

Instagram Stories

Instagram’s campaign “Stories Are Everywhere” launched in the U.S., Germany and Italy to show creative people can be with certain stickers. This was one of the platform’s most successful campaigns, and users used their artistic juices to post their skills on the stories for the world to see. The campaign’s success was certainly shown at Cannes Lions this year by taking a Film Grand Prix.

7. Move Over, Taco Bell Chihuahua 

Kia Turbo

To introduce the company’s new Soul Turbo vehicle, Kia Motors introduced a new baby and very hyper hamster named Turbo to the family. The adorable creature portrays the new Soul Turbo as an energetic newcomer to the Kia family. “We wanted to introduce a more narrative approach to the hamster campaign than we have in the past, something that signified a new chapter for Kia,” said Saad Chehab, Americas VP of Marketing.

DUH! Why Didn’t We Think of That?

(Inspiring Things and Fresh Ideas We Love)


RockOrange is a fully integrated communications agency made up of a diverse group of collaborators who are passionate about building brands. We don’t just follow trends, we set them. We take solid, fresh ideas and turn them into value for the companies we work with. We see problems as opportunities, provide strategic leadership and never lose sight of our clients’ goals. 

Interested in our fresh ideas? Get at us: info@rockorange.com.

Fresh Ideas: “On-Demand” Service Apps

Welcome to our weekly “Fresh Ideas” post.

Natalia Head2

    Contributed by Nathalia Cadena

Had a busy week and feeling a little lost around water cooler banter? We’ve got you covered. Once a week, we’ll share some Fresh Ideas with you, including our favorite brand stunts and announcements, trending topics, tech news, and social media buzz that stand out from the herd.

Saw something awesome that we should have included? Share it in the comments section below!

THIS WEEK’S FRESH IDEAS…

It has become common to find apps that make certain tasks easier and more accessible. From apps that bring you a driver to take you to your desired location (Lyft), to apps that bring you your groceries, glam or mental peace, apps are making life a lot easier. Here are a few we have stumbled across that we love:

1. Chime Babysitting

Chime Babysitting

Thanks to Chime, finding a last-minute babysitter just got a lot easier. Parents can pick and choose from a variety of babysitters available, with the confidence that all sitters have been screened and had an in-person interview with the Chime team.

2. Wag! Dog Walking

Wag

Busy dog parents can now have a piece of mind knowing their best friends can have a potty break or a nice walk with the Wag! app, which offers dog walker services so that Fido can go and take care of business while you’re busy. With certified, trained, and screened walkers you can choose for an immediate walk or book an appointment for later on. You can also track your dog and the dog walker on your smartphone.

3. Bizzby

Bizzby

Bizzby is an app that allows people to finally get all those chores on that to do list to be completed. No matter what you need, Bizzby will have the person to help you get it done. With on-demand access to handyman’s, plumbing, electrical, cleaning, gardening, appliances, moving, junk removal, gutters, locksmith, health & beauty, and even personal training your this is your one-stop delegation station.

4. Head Space Meditation

Head Space Meditation

What better way to relax and unwind than by meditating? Thanks to HeadSpace you can have meditations at your fingertips any time, and any place of the day for a year. With different categories and time lengths you can personalize your meditation routine and start to make a habit of it.

5. Talkspace Therapy

Talkspace Therapy

In need of someone to talk to? Head to Talkspace, where you have access to a licensed therapist, which you’ll be able to communicate with almost 24/7. Whether it’s through texting, voice or video calls there is always a way for you to communicate with your assigned therapist.

6. DogVacay

DogVacay

Commonly known as the Airbnb for dogs, DogVacay is an app that allows dog owners to find a sitter near them to take care of their beloved pets. With prices around $30 per night, you can leave your dog, cat, chinchilla, ferret, or even chicken for your desired amount of days while you’re away on your vacation.

DUH! Why Didn’t We Think of That?

(Inspiring Things and Fresh Ideas We Love)


RockOrange is a fully integrated communications agency made up of a diverse group of collaborators who are passionate about building brands. We don’t just follow trends, we set them. We take solid, fresh ideas and turn them into value for the companies we work with. We see problems as opportunities, provide strategic leadership and never lose sight of our clients’ goals. 

Interested in our fresh ideas? Get at us: info@rockorange.com.

June Rockstar of the Month: Elise Rodriguez

Congrats to our June Rockstar of the Month: Elise Rodriguez!

We are kicking off our summer with our Rockstar and very own rap star, Elise Rodriguez! Elise is one of our PR pros that isn’t afraid to handle any situation thrown at her. Her work with national accounts like Lyft and local elite clients like Gulliver Prep is always detailed and thorough. Her determination and positive outlook in life allow her to solve any problem she faces.

VP of Media Relations Paulina Naranjo sees Elise’s hard work and dedication every day.

“Elise is always prepared and consistently asks what else she can do to deliver results,” said Naranjo.

When she’s not finding pitching media or running events for one of her clients, she’s on a shoot for her fashion blog Glam Piece. We thank you, Elsie and are so happy to call you a Rockstar.

Fresh Ideas: Brands Doing #NationalDays Right

Welcome to our weekly “Fresh Ideas” post.

Natalia Head2

    Contributed by Nathalia Cadena

Had a busy week and feeling a little lost around water cooler banter? We’ve got you covered. Once a week, we’ll share some Fresh Ideas with you, including our favorite brand stunts and announcements, trending topics, tech news, and social media buzz that stand out from the herd.

Saw something awesome that we should have included? Share it in the comments section below!

THIS WEEK’S FRESH IDEAS…

It’s been under much debate whether or not brands should activate around national holidays and notable dates. While we’ve all seen our fair share of brand fails with this approach (cough, cough… Coca-Cola), here are a few brands who are #winning when it comes to creating fresh ways to engage consumers around key celebratory dates.

1. National Pride Month

National Pride Month

Equinox and The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center got together for Pride Month this June and created an expressive short film called The LGBTQAlphabet. Besides the filmmaking you want to “Work it”, the film was created with the intentions of showing how varied the LBGT community truly is and to proudly celebrate diversity.

2. National Donut Day

National Donut Day

What’s better than regular donuts? FREE DONUTS! Dunkin’ Donuts celebrated National Donut Day this year by giving out free classic donuts of their choice with the purchase of any drink.

3. No Dirty Dishes Day

No Dirty Dishes Day

Thanks to Postmates and National No Dirty Dishes Day there will not be an argument on who’s turn it is to clean the dishes. Postmates gave out 10,000 free pizzas to Miami Residents who downloaded the app the same day as National No Dirty Dishes Day.

4. National Peace Day

National Peace Day

Imagine if Marty McFly and Biff Tannen, for one day, let go of their differences and got together. That’s exactly what Burger King had in mind when they proposed the McWhopper for National Peace Day to McDonalds. Burger King sent McDonalds an “open letter” suggesting to get together and make a McWhooper which was to be sold only one day; and that day would be Peace Day. The campaign was so successful and gained so much attention that it won a Grand Prix.

5. National Ice Cream Day

National Ice Cream Day

What better way celebrate National Ice Cream Day, then to celebrate it with your best friend? PetSmart unveiled the Doggie Ice Cream Truck where pet owners could take their doggies for a free dog safe ice cream to beat the heat on National Ice Cream Day.

6. Cinco De Mayo Day

Cinco De Mayo Day

Hellmann’s Mayonnaise made its way into social media on Cinco de Mayo by creating their own #CincodeMAYO campaign. Through humor and engaging with fans, other major brands, and famous people they were able to achieve 4,000 engagements one day.

DUH! Why Didn’t We Think of That?

(Inspiring Things and Fresh Ideas We Love)


RockOrange is a fully integrated communications agency made up of a diverse group of collaborators who are passionate about building brands. We don’t just follow trends, we set them. We take solid, fresh ideas and turn them into value for the companies we work with. We see problems as opportunities, provide strategic leadership and never lose sight of our clients’ goals. 

Interested in our fresh ideas? Get at us: info@rockorange.com.

Fresh Ideas: Music Activations

Welcome to our weekly “Fresh Ideas” post.

Laura Tremblay
Contributed by Laura Tremblay

 

Had a busy week and feeling a little lost around water cooler banter? We’ve got you covered. Once a week, we’ll share some Fresh Ideas with you, including our favorite brand stunts and announcements, trending topics, tech news, and social media buzz that stand out from the herd.

Saw something awesome that we should have included? Share it in the comments section below!

THIS WEEK’S FRESH IDEAS…

1. Apple + Musical.ly

Apple and Musical.ly

Tech giant Apple is partnering with Muscial.ly, a popular music video app to provide music pieces to the service. This connection would give Apple a new marketing opportunity, allowing members who use Muscial.ly to play full songs within the app.

2. VR Music

LyraVR

LyraVR is a virtual reality platform that lets you compose, perform and share musical compositions in 3D. Through the use of movement, users are able to create musical pieces through the atmosphere around them. CEO Dilun Ho announced LyraVR will be available before the end of this year.

3. Spotify Codes

Sptify Codes

Spotify’s new creation makes it easier to share and find music. With Spotify Codes, users are able to create and share their own QR codes, similar to Snapchat. According to Spotify, this feature will allow users to follow friend’s playlist and share them on their own social media channels

4. Pandora’s Thumbprint Radio

Pandora's Thumbprint Radio

When Pandora launched Thumbprint Radio, a feature that compiles all the songs that users like or “thumbs up” during the tears, they partnered with 33 social media influencers to promote the nostalgia of the special moment when they heard the song.

In efforts to target millennials, the campaign’s [created by Funworks] slogans were “That’s my shit,” “That’s my jam,” and “That’s my ish.”

5. Spotify’s Quest to Bring Back Artists

Spotify and Mediachain

Spotify is teaming with Mediachain to create a more transparent and rewarding music industry for artists. Operating on the block chain, it can be used as a source for tracking music rights. Additionally, Mediachain has knowledge in the music industry, and will be an asset for Spotify’s Quest toward better attributing songs to artists and rights holders.

6. iTunes & Windows

iTunes and Windows

In a surprising announcement, Apple revealed that iTunes is coming to the Windows Store.  This will be Apple’s first addition to the store and it’s unclear if the application’s design will change to match Windows’ layout. Windows announced it would be released by the end of the year.

7. Samsung & Google Play

Samsung and Google Play

Google Play will now be the default music player on new Samsung devices. Additionally, new devices will come with a free three-month trial of Google Play Music. Samsung users will also be able to ask Bixby (a new intelligent interface) to play a song, which will immediately start playing on Google Play.

8. Spotify & Waze

Spotify and Waze

The new partnership between Waze and Spotify will make it easier than ever to play music and navigate seamlessly. Now, users will be able to stream music in the Waze App. Additionally, users can continue to receive navigation instructions while in the music app.

8. Spotify’s Personalized Music

Spotify Personalized Music

Spotify bought Al startup Niland, which provides accurate search and recommendation options for music. This purchase will help create tailored playlists for users, making finding new music easier than ever. The self-learning machine will continue to improve an individual’s recommended playlist, and learn how to further personalize their music experience.

DUH! Why Didn’t We Think of That?

(Inspiring Things and Fresh Ideas We Love)


RockOrange is a fully integrated communications agency made up of a diverse group of collaborators who are passionate about building brands. We don’t just follow trends, we set them. We take solid, fresh ideas and turn them into value for the companies we work with. We see problems as opportunities, provide strategic leadership and never lose sight of our clients’ goals. 

Interested in our fresh ideas? Get at us: info@rockorange.com.

Fresh Ideas: Crazy Product Activations

Welcome to our weekly “Fresh Ideas” post.

Laura Tremblay
Contributed by Laura Tremblay

 

Had a busy week and feeling a little lost around water cooler banter? We’ve got you covered. Once a week, we’ll share some Fresh Ideas with you, including our favorite brand stunts and announcements, trending topics, tech news, and social media buzz that stand out from the herd.

Saw something awesome that we should have included? Share it in the comments section below!

THIS WEEK’S FRESH IDEAS…

1. Pickle Juice Soda

Pickle Juice Soda

On a hot summer day, what’s more refreshing? A cold pickle or a refreshing soda? Thanks (or no thanks) to Grandpa Joe’s Candy Shop you can have two in one, with a revitalizing pickle juice soda.

2. KFC’s Chicken-Flavored Truffles

KFC’s Chicken-Flavored Truffles

According to Food + Wine, KFC in New Zealand teamed with Kako Chocolate to create a limited edition brand of chocolates, adding chicken seasoning to the traditional chocolate truffle. Only producing a total of 50 boxes, some will go to KFC super fans while the rest will be auctioned off on Facebook.

3. The Chickle

The Chickle

Challenging traditional baseball food, The Frenso Grizzlies (aka the Houston Astros minor league team) created the Chickle, which is a pickle filled with hot chicken. Unfortunately, it was only available May 17 and 18.

4. BBQ Payday and Other State Candy

BBQ Payday and Other State Candy

Feeling homesick? Hershey has announced special editions of all their beloved candies, as part of the “Taste of America” theme. Some are stranger than others, like the key lime pie Twizzlers and barbecue Payday.

5. Two-in-One Breakfast with Caffeinated Bagels

Two-in-One Breakfast with Caffeinated Bagels

The famous Einstein Bros Bagel chain created the “Espresso Buzz Bagel”, filled with 32 milligrams of caffeine.  On top of the caffeine boost, the bagel contains 13 grams of protein.

6. Jolly Rancher Pop-Tarts

Jolly Rancher Pop-Tarts
Pop-Tarts
loves releasing ambitious sugary flavored versions of the their original creations. Later this month, Jolly Rancher Pop-Tarts will be available in various flavors including: green apple, cherry, and watermelon.

7. Sushi Croissant

Sushi Croissant

At Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, they combine sweet and savory with their new creation: the sushi croissant. The croissant is filled with smoked salmon, seaweed, ginger, and wasabi.

8. Cheetos Macaroon

Cheetos Macaroon

Macaron Parlour in NYC combined French and American signatures to create their Cheetos macaroon creation. This sweet and salty desert covered is covered in cheese dust and white chocolate ganache.

DUH! Why Didn’t We Think of That?

(Inspiring Things and Fresh Ideas We Love)


RockOrange is a fully integrated communications agency made up of a diverse group of collaborators who are passionate about building brands. We don’t just follow trends, we set them. We take solid, fresh ideas and turn them into value for the companies we work with. We see problems as opportunities, provide strategic leadership and never lose sight of our clients’ goals. 

Interested in our fresh ideas? Get at us: info@rockorange.com.

May Rockstar of the Month: Patty Jimenez

Patty Jimenez, Senior Account Manager

Congrats to our May Rockstar of the Month: Patty Jimenez!

We want to say a very deserved THANK YOU to our amazing Senior Account Manager, Patty Jimenez. Her incredible commitment to her clients and her extraordinary ability to finesse stressful situations make her an invaluable part of our team. She has delivered impressive results for some of our most prestigious client partners, including DrivenBrands, Xtend Barre, Versy and Modern Health Concepts.

Always willing to lend a hand when it is needed, Patty is a model team player and wonderful part of our RockOrange family.

“Patty consistently delivers and takes her work to new levels,” said VP of Content, David Quinones. “She’s an integral part of the success we’ve achieved for our client, DrivenBrands, and the agency as a whole.”

BIG UPS, Patty, for your brain and your brawn. We tip our hats to you!

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