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Had a great time (River)dancing our way through the @DublinIrishFestival! So proud to have this amazing client, and congrats to Nikki Murray on a great campaign theme and all those t-shirt designs!
Congratulations to our friends at @Santa Monica Travel and Tourism on a rockin’ beach party last night! We were happy to be there for their annual Travel & Tourism Summit, proud to create and design the annual report and meeting materials, and love being part of their team every day. #SantaMonica
Today we welcomed the inspirational ambassadors from #AfrikaTikkun to our offices, all the way from South Africa. We’re proud to have supported this amazing charity for nearly a decade with our friends at @SafeliteAutoGlass. They got a special behind-the-scenes look at how we make all those Safelite commercials, and even sang their own version of the famous jingle! #SafeliteRepairSafeliteReplace
We’re proud to have been at its inception 25 years ago…and today at the four-mile Champions Walk!
We were honored to take home 11 awards at the 2018 ADDYs, presented by the American Advertising Federation, including the prestigious Best in Show and Judge’s Choice honors. Shout outs go to our talented team, our amazing clients, and coffee. Lots of coffee.
Our campaigns for the Columbus Zoo and Zoombezi Bay water park were both big winners at the RUBY Awards, presented by the Ohio Travel Association. The RUBYs honor outstanding creative work in the travel and tourism industry from across Ohio. The Zoo was honored for Best TV commercial as well as for radio and brochure. Zoombezi Bay was recognized for overall marketing campaign, TV, radio and brochure.
Ron Foth Advertising is pleased to welcome Cindi Pochatek as our newest Art Director. Cindi brings a wealth of branding and digital design experience working as an art director for Victoria’s Secret, Office Depot, American Greetings, the international design consultancy Fitch, and the Via ad agency in Maine. She has also been a design instructor at the Columbus College of Art and Design. Ever the creative soul, Cindi has had her photography displayed at galleries throughout the Midwest, and is even a licensed yoga instructor. Welcome to the team, Cindi!
Even a grumpy grandpa loves news like this. Our charming “Get Closer” commercial for the Columbus Zoo, starring a curmudgeonly grandpa and his adorable granddaughter, has been named “Best Commercial for Zoos & Aquariums” at the 2017 Brass Ring Awards in Orlando. The global awards, presented by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, recognize creative marketing excellence in the tourism industry.
We’re pleased to announce that our animated Pterosaurs spot for the California Academy of Sciences has been named “Best Television/Digital Commercial” at the 2017 IAAPA Awards in Orlando. The awards recognize creative excellence in tourism marketing from around the world. The spot, which defeated finalists from Sweden and Germany, features prehistoric flying reptiles soaring over San Francisco on their way to the Academy in Golden Gate Park.
Our eye-catching new “Pterosaurs” commercial for the California Academy of Sciences is making quite an impression. The animated spot, which features prehistoric pterosaurs flying over the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline, was just featured in ADWEEK, SHOOT, Best Ads on TV, and other national news sites. We also really love the awesome comments it’s been getting on social media – and the big boost it’s having on attendance at the Academy’s new Pterosaurs exhibit.
Rusty Bucket has a shiny new ad agency. We’re proud to say the fast-growing, award-winning restaurant and tavern company has hired Ron Foth Advertising to handle strategy, creative, digital and media following a review. Rusty Bucket has 24 locations in 6 states, with more on the way, and is a sister company of Columbus-based Cameron Mitchell Restaurants. We’re super excited to celebrate the big account win at their place, with plenty of those fried pickles and craft beer.
An albino alligator shredding on guitar. A very busy octopus behind the bar. Penguins tearing up the dance floor. We asked Bay Area illustrator Nigel Sussman to interpret the popular NightLife events at San Francisco’s California Academy of Sciences. Check out the spectacular result.