Brockeim Power Review Power Show Shortlisted for Clio

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Brockeim Power Review Power Show receives a shortlist award from Clio. I’m proud of it, and look forward to the next adventure.

A Clio. Advertisers want to win these. Did I win? No. A shortlist award, as I understand, is like an honorable mention. Pretty impressive when I see the competition is incredible.

Did I (as in me) win? That’s complicated. You’ll see below a list of people who made the commercials happen. I wasn’t alone. In fact, I had the fun part. They did all the difficult production and marketing work. There were others not listed here as well.

But… whose name is all over the ad? That’s all I’m saying’, knowhatimsayin’?

You can see the Ziploc brand commercials here.

Agency Network              BBDO

Entrant Company           Energy BBDO

Marketing Company      United Entertainment Group (UEG)

Media Agency   PHD

Production Company (additional)            Flare

Chief Creative Officer     Andrés Ordóñez

Executive Creative Director         Vince Cook

Creative Director             Meg Farquhar

Executive Producer         Matt Scoville

Producer            Sarah James

Client Service Director   Kevin Bogusz

Account Supervisor        Sam Padilla

Executive Creative Director         Michael Nuzzo

Rights & Partnership      Morgan Lathrop

Client Management       Tim Shaw

Client Management Coordinator             Sara Yocum

Associate Director          Jess Rosul

Supervisor         Luke Fowler

Director              Rob Cohen

Executive Producer         Mitch Monzon

Editor   Casey Cobler

Sound Engineer Katy Mindeman

Producer            Jenny McDonald

Clio Awards
The Clio Awards is the premier international awards competition for the creative business. Founded in 1959 to celebrate creative excellence in advertising, the Clio Awards today honors the work and talent that pushes boundaries, permeates pop culture and establishes a new precedent around the globe.

I’d love to help you get your brand out there. Let’s talk.

Minnesota Vikings Food Meets Brockeim (New Ziploc® Video)

See the newest Brockeim Ziploc® brand video and find out how Minnesota Vikings fans can help themselves to a better smelling home.

Minnesota Vikings fans celebrate Christmas through Julebord. Basically, that’s a huge multi-day feast. It’s got an interesting history with trolls and other mythical creatures. Check it out.

A traditional dish is lutefisk. Any among you who are Scandinavian know about this. The rest of you, unless you are hardcore foodies, may not know.

Lutefisk aren’t pretty and they don’t smell nice. We in Chicago don’t really know what they are. However, in Minnesota, they are all the rage. What can you do with these stinky bits? Go ahead, eat that stuff, but save it smartly.

By the way, Julebord also involves pork ribs, which I can totally get on board with (see that wordplay?). They call it svineribbe (swine rib).

Go Bears!

Learn about who eats lutefisk.

If you love food, take a look at Babette’s Feast – About Grace, Glory and Goodness

Want to smell pretty? White Diamonds By Elizabeth Taylor For Women, Eau De Toilette Spray – A Scent That Begins Romance

New Brockeim Ziploc® Brand Video (Go Bears!)

Did you see the  Ziploc® brand Green Bay Packers bag ad yet? Hundreds of thousands of people have. Join them. Be part of the in-crowd (do people say that anymore?). Be hip. No, no, that’s not it. Be cool? Rad? I don’t know. I do know you’ll have a fun laugh.

While you are doing yourself that favor, see the newest video involving the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions.

Brockeim’s Ziploc® Brand Videos

Why is it so big? Because I don’t want you to miss it.

Hey, and while you are around, could you grab some sunflower seeds for me?

Go Bears!

Then, after you’ve picked up some gifts for your friends (those bags make great stocking stuffers), see my other reviews. As Monty Python was oft to say, “and now for something completely…” Brockeim Reviews.

These Days, Let’s Smile

These Days, Let’s Smile

These days… these days… these days… smile.

I look at these days, and these days, we need gentle, knowing friendships more than ever, as much as always. That’s what I love to encourage.

I’ve been quiet. My blogs are filled with broken links. My website hasn’t been reasonably updated in years. That’s why you’ve seen a relaunch, a new look, and a new approach.

Today, I received an email reminding me people need those smiles.

I don’t care what divides you. I just want you to grin widely, warmly. I think you do too.

I have work to do. Join me.

Come on people now
Smile on your brother
Everybody get together
Try to love one another
Right now.
–The Youngbloods