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Mother LA delivers for Postmates

Food delivery ads today are rather like price comparison ads a few years ago, they’re all over the place but hard to differentiate unless it’s Just Eat’s jingle, its version of Gio Compario. You expect something a little different from ...

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KFC sends tongue-in-cheek best wishes to turkey sufferers

KFC and agency Mother seems to be one of the happier relationships in UK adland (shouldn’t say that – hostage to fortune) and, following last year’s Christmas combat between a chicken and a turkey, this year they’ve gone for a ...

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Mother New York wins travel giant TripAdvisor

London creative agency Mother seems to be making its international network work after a few ups and downs and now its New York office has won TripAdvisor’s global account. Mother also recently won Wrangler globally. TripAdvisor has had its problems ...

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‘Wear with Abandon’ is Mother’s line for renascent Wrangler

Forgotten that Wrangler jeans – the long-time rival to Levi’s – still existed but it does and it’s going global with new AOR Mother New York. And there’s no pussy-footing around, it’s about the cowboy/girl in all of us. ‘Wear ...

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Mother LA hits bigger time with drive-in chain Sonic

Is La La Land proving a more welcoming venue for British agencies than New York? Independent UK network Mother has an outpost there and it’s won big US drive-in chain Sonic, now owned by the owner of Arby’s and Buffalo ...

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TV marketer Thinkbox appoints Mother to prestige account

Thinkbox, the UK commercial TV marketing body, has appointed Mother to its creative account. Mother takes over from The Red Brick Road which handled Thinkbox for its first 12 years. Media stays with MediaCom. Thinkbox marketing director Andrew MacGillivray says: ...

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Zalando throws off its inhibitions in first work from Mother

Mother has won the Zalando business, and here is a bonkers ad for the “high street to high end” European e-commerce retailer. The idea is that we shouldn’t be inhibited in our fashion choices by what other people think of ...

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