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Member Spotlight: Ed Chambliss, CEO, Phelps

Posted By Emily Hope, Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Don Lupo Photography

 

How did you get started in advertising? What's been your career road map?

When I was seven years old, I visited my Uncle’s post-production studio. I was fascinated by how commercials were put together - all the tools and tricks that went into creating an ad. I wanted to use those tools to tell stories, which led me to my initial career as a copywriter. While working at BBDO, I taught a series of courses in creativity at The Portfolio Center and came to realize that while I was a good creative, I wasn’t a great one. What I was great at was brand and creative strategy. So I left copywriting and enrolled in the Masters of Integrated of Marketing Communication program at the University of Colorado in Boulder. When I graduated, Joe Phelps hired me to be a mid-level account guy. Over the last 18 years I’ve pitched and led accounts, and led the agency through a succession of roles – first as chief operating officer, then president and now CEO.

 

   

 

What keeps you motivated? Do you have a personal motto?

I’m on a quest. And have been for a most of my career. There just has to be a better way for companies to interact with customers. When two people have a conversation, everything is relatively straightforward. The conversation flows both ways. People talk. People listen. The conversation progresses and benefits both sides. But when a company tries to communicate as one entity, it’s a train wreck. Listening seems to be optional (or at least intermittent) and speaking only seems to clumsily advance the brand’s interests. So I wake up every day, knowing deep down inside that this can be fixed. It’s a big problem that clearly can’t be solved overnight. But I think we, as an industry, can do it to the benefit of everyone involved.

 

What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned so far?

Customers are people. It sounds simple, but so many things our industry does completely ignore the fact that on the other end of our communications isn’t a “target” but an individual human being – a protagonist in their own narrative filled with pains, joys, drama and desires. We ignore that at our own peril.

 

What excites you most about this industry?

Thanks to technology, we’re entering an era where marketing can serve people, and we can establish authentic, equitable relationships between people and brands. As we continue to get more information about people, we come to understand how communications can support rather than interrupt their lives.

 

Where is advertising heading? What do the next five years look like?

We’re on the road to either distinction or extinction, depending on the struggle between convenience and quality and how we use data as a result. If quality wins, advertising will become more relevant to people than ever, because we’ll mine data to understand individual needs and create brand conversations with meaning and utility. If convenience wins, we will become little more than technicians shoveling data around, helping our clients stalk prospects with no regard for what they want.

 

Why are you involved with ThinkLA?

Our business is so competitive. We’re constantly trying to edge each other out of the way so that we can win (or retain) clients. We need to remember that we’re also a community. It’s important and rewarding to take a moment every once in a while to enjoy each other’s company (and war stories) and help each other overcome shared challenges. Also, who doesn’t love AdJam?

 

What advice do you have for those just starting in advertising?

Learn the software. Learn to code. But don’t stop there. Learn to speak. Learn to write. Learn about people, particularly what cements our shared humanity. And learn about yourself. You’ll need all of those skills to succeed.

 

Any closing thoughts?

The ancient Greek philosopher Epictetus said something advertising needs to live by if we’re to earn a meaningful place in the emerging world: “We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.

Tags:  #ThinkMembers  Advertising  CEO  Ed Chambliss  LA Advertising  Member  Phelps  PhelpsAdvertising 

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Super Bowl LII - ThinkLA Member Ads and Insights

Posted By Emily Hope, Monday, February 5, 2018

Every year, we remind Madison Ave. that the West Coast means business when it comes to Super Bowl advertising spends. Below is our annual list of #BigGame spots, promotions and insights that came from our corporate members. Enjoy! 

SUPERBOWL SPOTS

Saatchi & Saatchi | Toyota - Mobility Anthem

 

Saatchi & Saatchi | Toyota: One Team

 

Saatchi & Saatchi | Toyota, Good Odds

 

Saatchi & Saatchi | Tide, It's a Tide Ad

  

Saatchi & Saatchi | Tide, It's Another Tide Ad

 

Saatchi & Saatchi | Tide, It's Yet Another Tide Ad

 

Saatchi & Saatchi | Tide, It's Yet Another Tide Ad Again

 

Walton Isaacson | Lexus / Marvel Studios Black Panther

 

Amazon | Amazon Alexa

 

Amazon Prime Video | Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan 

 

David&Goliath | Kia

 

David&Goliath | Jack In The Box

 

Hulu | Hulu Castle Rock

 

Innocean USA | Hyundai Kona

 

SUPERBOWL INSIGHTS

Alphonso | Ad Insights Center

Alphonso tracked the performance of all Super Bowl LII ads in real time, with their Alphonso Ad Insights Center. Attribution reports for Super Bowl ads, using CPG sales data, credit card data, location data and tune-in data will be posted within three weeks.

 

Kantar Media | The Numbers

Kantar Media’s preliminary estimate of in-game ad expenditures for Super Bowl LII, subject to revision, is $414 million. This would be the second largest amount in history besides last year’s game, which was the first to run into overtime.

Read more: https://www.kantarmedia.com/us/thinking-and-resources/blog/super-bowl-lii-the-numbers

 

Verizon Media | Tests the Limits of 5G

Super Bowl LII was the backdrop for a quiet 5G proving ground, as Verizon (VZ) tested an in-stadium pre-commercial 5G network connection to demonstrate how massive speed and bandwidth can bring live video and virtual reality experiences to new levels.

Read more: https://seekingalpha.com/pr/17064954-shhh-verizon-network-engineers-quietly-worked-behind-scenes-super-bowl-lii-test-limits-5g

 

Jumpstart Automotive | Media Super Bowl Report


Jumpstart Automotive released its annual Super Bowl report, which reveals the auto brands that drove the greatest traffic increases across its portfolio of publishers. Super Bowl LII, which registered 103.4 million viewers, saw advertising from several car brands during pre-game, the halftime show, and the game itself, including Toyota, Kia, Hyundai, Lexus, Ram, Jeep, and Mercedes-Benz.

View the report: https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/02/06/1333882/0/en/Kia-Lexus-and-Jeep-See-Highest-Traffic-Lifts-During-Super-Bowl-LII.html

 

Tags:  #ThinkMembers  Advertising  Alphonso  Amazon  Corporate Members  D&G  David&Goliath  Hulu  Hyundai  Innocean  Jumpstart Auto  Kantar Media  Lexus  Los Angeles Advertising  Saatchi & Saatchi  SBLII  Super Bowl LII  Verizon Media  Walton Isaacson 

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Member Spotlight: Bupendra Ram

Posted By Emily Hope, Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Updated: Tuesday, February 6, 2018

How did you get started in advertising? What's been your career road map?

Ethnically, I am Indian, but I was born in the Fiji Islands. I came to the U.S. when I was two years old when my family fled Fiji because of a political coup. We got a tourist visa to enter the U.S. Before we left, we met a man who was charging people $10,000 for an opportunity to get a green card as soon as we entered the U.S.

Upon our arrival in the U.S., we were presented with a green card. By the time we realized it was a hoax, we had overstayed and became undocumented. At the age of 23, I became Undocumented and Unafraid, and Queer and Unashamed. At this time, I joined passionate and resilient people to fight for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) and help people understand that immigration is a global issue and not just for people south of our border.

In 2014, as a strong and unified community, we helped the Obama administration do the right thing by partnering with hundreds of lawyers to provide him with the legal groundings to provide administrative relief to a category of undocumented youth.

 

Don Lupo Photography

 

As a recipient of DACA, my career in Human Resources has been relatively short but full of adventure and growth.

When I received DACA, I started to think about the opportunities that were not previously available or open to me. As a natural community builder and networker, I reached out to people and conducted informational interviews. I quickly learned that Human Resources would be the perfect blend of my love for business and people. In addition, I would be able to take my learnings back to my respective communities in two ways: 

  • I would learn how to support people from disadvantaged background with career planning, structuring and formatting their resume, branding themselves, and improving their interviewing skills;
  • I would learn the how to help others like me gain access to opportunities not always open to people with my experience or those who look like me.

The overall goal would be to become a Diversity and Inclusion practitioner to aggressively impact corporate culture.

Three years ago, I accepted an internship that would give me a broad understanding of Human Resources and gain practical experience. After outgrowing that role, I found an amazing opportunity as a Human Resources Coordinator at my first advertising agency, Hawthorne. I loved working with some of the most passionate and dedicated people in the industry. I directly impacted Hawthorne’s culture by helping them create a culture of trust and accountability. I loved helping their agency grow and be a place where people loved waking up and going to.

A year later, I was offered an opportunity to join Innocean USA with more responsibilities and an opportunity to be a part of a dynamic group of HR professionals. I was able to quickly learn more HR skills and dive into areas of HR that I am passionate about – diversity and Inclusion, employee relations, recruiting, and change management. Currently, through sheer determination, I am working in a field that I’m passionate about and love: Diversity and Inclusion at Live Nation as a Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator.

 

 

What (who) keeps you motivated? Do you have a personal motto?

My mom keeps me motivated. She continues to sacrifice so much so that I can have the experiences and opportunities that I am having. She left Fiji to travel to a place she had no idea about, had the courage to leave her abusive husband, and thrive when all the odds were against her.

Personal motto: “Why not?” I have always been told that I cannot achieve my goals because I am either undocumented, queer, a person of color, or an array of other reasons. I think sometimes we hold ourselves back because of our own subjugation and what we think is “normal.” I always try to figure out a way around challenges and push boundaries as much as I can.

 

What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned so far?

I have learned that mistakes are your best friend. They help you learn and get better at what you do. It shows that you are in the arena and fighting to succeed. I have just learned how to be accountable for my mistakes, learn from them, and move on.

 

What excites you most about this industry?

Simply, it's the people. I think that marketing, advertising, and entertainment attract some of the most amazing and diverse people. Everyone is so passionate about what they do and creative that it makes work fun. Also, each day is so different that it forces you to find creative solutions to business challenges.

 

Where is advertising heading? What do the next five years look like?

The industry is molding to adapt to the changing demographics of people within the United States and abroad. People are rejecting binaries, labels, and identities that pigeonhole them. The blanketed approach to sell or entertain generalized demographics is not going to work.

Over the next five years, I think that the industry will be trying to understand how they can cater to this new demographic and rebrand themselves. For example, so many women are telling their #MeToo story and some are taking it a step further to make sure that we are changing who we are as a society and industry. We are going to have to move forward together and embrace the differences that make us unique and who we are. People want organization to reflect their values and the diversity that they see around them.

 

Why are you involved with ThinkLA?

I love ThinkLA and value their collaborative frame of connecting advertising agencies and supplying them with tools to be successful. I have been working with them for over a year through their Diversity, Inclusion, and Gender (DIG) initiative to help create tools and resources for our industry and highlighting opportunities related to diversity, inclusion, and gender for our industry, and allowing us to harness the power of our unique backgrounds to the greater good.

 

What advice do you have for those just starting in advertising?

Network and let people know what you are passionate about. Since I started a career in HR, I went to most networking events and met as many people as I could. During every interaction, I found a way to tell everyone and anyone that would hear me that I want to practice diversity and inclusion. The industry is very small, everyone knows each other, and most people are open to mentoring and supporting you.

 

In Adobe's recent "Creativity’s Diversity Disconnect" study, which highlighted diversity issues in the advertising industry, 54% responded that the industry was “getting better compared to five years ago,” while 7% actually said it was getting worse. And a resounding number of minorities described lack of access and seeing themselves reflected in the workplace. As a member of ThinkLA’s DIG initiative, what are your thoughts on these findings? How can the industry improve?

I am not completely surprised by the results. There has been a shift to address issues around diversity, but more work needs to be done around inclusion. Diversity needs to be done in an authentic way without ignoring the intersectionality of individuals with the support of people from dominant groups. Diversity impacts all of us and everyone needs to be involved to address these issues within their respective organization. I wholeheartedly believe that – together – we can get to a place where people can bring their full selves to the workplace.

 

Any closing thoughts?

Be yourself – your whole self – your authentic self. It makes everything so much easier.

 

 

Tags:  #ThinkDIG  Advertising  Bupendra Ram  Career Advice  DACA  Diversity  Diversity in Advertising  Immigration  Innocean  Live Nation  Member Spotlight 

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Global Wednesdays with Luis Camano

Posted By Emily Hope, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
It's big (ad) world, but we aim to make it feel even smaller by highlighting inventive, global ads, monthly, that are breaking the mold from the mundane. To capture that global spirit, we will feature inspiration from outside of the U.S. and sometimes from brands that we've never even heard of!
 
ThinkLA couldn't be more grateful for Luis Camano, ThinkLA Board Member and Head of Innovation and Brand Activation LC/BA, for being our Global Warrior and bringing these to our attention. We hope that Global Wednesdays will inspire our members as much as it does us.


1. Here’s how a Peruvian company turned the much maligned fruitcake (or those who bake them) into a Holiday-stress reducer.


 

2. From Germany, a color became a portal and a vehicle for incredible entertainment.


 
 
3. In India, candy solved a problem for both customers and retailers, becoming an accepted type of currency.

 

Tags:  advertising  Global Ads  Global Wednesday  international advertising  international brands  Luis Camano 

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2018 Marketing and Advertising Predictions

Posted By Emily Hope, Wednesday, January 3, 2018

What's in store for advertising and marketing in 2018? Here's a few thoughts from the ThinkLA community.

RISE OF WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

"I predict the continued rise of women into the C-suite, as our skills, strengths and values become increasingly critical to the business success of our agencies, our holding companies, and our clients.”
Kristi VandenBosch, Chief Digital Officer, MXM, and ThinkLA Board of Directors Co-President

FUTURE OF VIRTUAL REALITY

"2018 will see VR become more widely accepted not only as entertainment, but as a valuable consumer training tool, especially when it comes to site walk-throughs for travel and commercial applications. It will become a viable first step toward fully immersive environments for all people." 
- Don Lupo, Director of Content and Marketing, ThinkLA

IN-HOUSE PROGRAMMATIC BUYING

"I envision more small and mid-tier agencies following suit of larger agencies, by taking control of their programmatic media buying, and bringing it in-house to utilize a self-service DSP. More advertisers will be looking towards meaningful KPI's - such as offline sales measurement, while traditional KPI's - such as CTR and VCR, will continue to become less relevant."
- Sunny Behniwal, Senior Account Executive, Adelphic, a Viant Inc. Company, and ThinkLA Young Professionals Council Member

A FOCUS ON BRAND VALUES

"2017 forced both brands and agencies to think hard about their values, whether in their responses to the new political climate or to the#MeToomovement. In 2018, people won't be able to hide behind messaging. Marketers will have to decide what they believe, act upon it—and be judged accordingly.”
Jeff Sweat, Founder, Mister Sweatand ThinkLA Board of Directors Member

MICRO INFLUENCERS

"I think we'll see a rise in the "micro-influencer". Given the crowded digital arena, brands will need to have an authentic message to break through the noise, to engage and interact with their costumers. The use of influencers, partners, customers (perhaps through testimonials), and even showcasing employees, will all be relatable ways for brands to tell their stories."
Emily Hope, Communications Manager, ThinkLA

ACQUISITIONS

"Deloitte or Accenture will make a bid to acquire one of the four largest ad agency holding companies.”
Eric Johnson, President and Founder, Ignitedand ThinkLA Board of Directors Member

  SEARCH

"Search will be an x-factor for premium publishers in scaling traffic to quality (not to mention measurable, viewable, safe) content. Where social has long been the dominant source of publisher traffic, a trending uptick in search referral traffic could mean significant monetization opportunities for publishers."
- Claire Thompson, Senior Strategist, VICE Media, and ThinkLA Young Professionals Council Member

AUGMENTED REALITY

"Due to the investments companies like Google and Facebook are making, I believe augmented reality will be adopted by the masses in 2018. We’ll see brands trying to navigate their way through the immersive technology space to see which tech suits their brand/product, and I believe that AR will be that platform."
John Yi, Communications Director, Strategy, MBMGand ThinkLA Young Professionals Council Member

QUALITY CONTENT

"Everyone is on the "content" bandwagon but very few are doing it correctly and effectively. For example, a few CMOs I’ve spoken to, are taking cause marketing in-house to integrate them into their brands, to start putting emphasis on quality communications."

MODULAR MARKETING

"Traditional marketing campaigns will be replaced by Modular Marketing. We will see less identical campaigns, more modular framework for communication. This will allow marketers to be more flexible and able to replace themes, offers, messages within the framework."
Luis Camano, Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Key Activationsand ThinkLA Board of Directors Member

 

MOVEMENTS TURNING MOBILE

"2018 will be a year where all the things we have started in years past, will become more relevant and refined. Ideas, strategies, data, content is all growing to be more agile. We'll see movements be mobile. And, I don’t mean that device that is attached to us at all times, I mean movements that are going new places, transitioning, evolving. We will see adaptive strategies, policies and people, doing things in new more ‘mobile ways’.  

 

Life/work balance (vs. work/life) will be more mainstream as people take life/work on the road, and the increase in collaborate workspaces will continue to change the way the workforce operates. This attitude can be seen in how #MeToo is growing to evolve into bigger conversations, such as #TimesUp.

 

We will see immersive experiences that people will travel for; to interact with brands, art and culture in a single multifaceted event (like 29Rooms, DesertX, Museum of Ice Cream). Big data will finally be activated in a way that can be used in a meaningful way for the consumer, as we now know how to both use it for targeting and content curation."

- Brook Hauge, Strategy Supervisor, Canvas Worldwide, and ThinkLA Young Professionals Council Co-President

 

INDEPENDENT AGENCIES WILL REMAIN APPEALING TO ADVERTISERS

"I’m being a bit selfish here by focusing on a trend that will benefit independent agencies like ours. Although large holding companies will maintain a large share of the market, independent agencies will continue to position themselves as viable alternatives to larger agency networks and win accounts. The stable independent agencies will build enough scale to attract talent, take on more business and provide a high level of service to advertisers."
- Zach Rosenberg, President, MBMG, and ThinkLA Board of Directors Member 

 

 

 


Tags:  2018  acquisitions  advertising  Brand Marketer  earch  marketing  media  micro-influencers  Mobile movements  modular marketing  Quality Content  uture of  uture of Advertising 

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Global Wednesdays with Luis Camano

Posted By Emily Hope, Wednesday, December 6, 2017
It's big (ad) world, but we aim to make it feel even smaller by highlighting inventive, global ads, monthly, that are breaking the mold from the mundane. To capture that global spirit, we will feature inspiration from outside of the U.S. and sometimes from brands that we've never even heard of!
 
ThinkLA couldn't be more grateful for Luis Camano, ThinkLA Board Member and Head of Innovation and Brand Activation LC/BA, for being our Global Warrior and bringing these to our attention. We hope that Global Wednesdays will inspire our members as much as it does us.

 

1. Muji, the Japanese company that sells “no-brand quality goods”, has created an eye-popping installation for the Holidays (made entirely with pens, of course). 

 

2. Beer plugs from Denmark. Enough said.

Beer Plugs | Tuborg from CP+B Copenhagen on Vimeo.

 

3. Here’s how to make a promotion exciting and participatory. Plus generating a ton of content from consumers. 

Opel - Betaal met views | Compilatie inzendingen from J. Walter Thompson Amsterdam on Vimeo.

 

 

Tags:  Advertising  Global Ads  Global Wednesdays  International Advertising  International Marketing  Luis Camano 

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A Musical Conversation with Canvas' AdJam Band, Blank Canvas

Posted By Sara H. Smith, Wednesday, September 27, 2017


Have you been to a festival this year? Do you have any money left? 
We work in advertising so no… and no. Ok…maybe 1. #millennials

If you went to a festival this year, did you lose anything? Your car keys? Your wristband? Your lunch in a port-o-let? Just dignity. Lots of dignity.

How many people in your agency or office play an instrument? Why aren’t they with you onstage?
…They’re at the bar…

Who ripped the holes in your jeans, you or someone in China?Cardi B

Are you old enough to remember mosh pits? Can you tell me what a mosh was? This question is condescending…*Googles ‘who is mosh?’*

Whose Spotify playlist would you rather hear:

  • Kim Jong-un’s or Jared Kushner’s? Kim Jong-Un’s
  • Kid Rock or Kid Cudi? KIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID Cudi, obviously.
  • Steve Bannon or Pennywise the Dancing Clown? Same playlist full of circus music.

It’s been 10 years. Is it okay that we are still leaving Britney alone? Yes – What we NEED to be talking about is the New Taylor killing the Old Taylor. Talk. About. Drama.

Tags:  #AdJam  AdJam  AdJam2017  Advertising  Agency Bands  Battle of the Bands  The Novo DTLA  ThinkAdJam 

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A Musical Conversation with Possible's AdJam Band, Daft Funk

Posted By Sara H. Smith, Tuesday, September 26, 2017


Are you old enough to remember mosh pits? Can you tell me what a mosh was?
Yes, of course. I moshed HARD at Anthrax at the Troubador and almost lost my shoe, my hat AND my shirt in the pit at a Suicidal Tendencies show. See Anthrax "Caught in a Mosh" for details. – Vic, Drums

Trick question - Mosh pits are still a very relevant thing. It's a vulgar display of power (see what I did there), but with camaraderie and rules. If you you punch, kick or hurt anyone, you are just an ass. – Ciscos, Guitar 

How is a client call like attending a music festival? (You know, crowd too big, people elbowing to get in front, happens over two weekends…) There are a lot of people who shouldn’t be there and something smells like feet. – Cat, Keys

Has a guitar ever gotten you laid? What is the best brand of guitar for getting one laid? Asking for a friend.
I tell myself so. It's not about the brand of guitar, it's all about your fingering technique (too much information?) – Ciscos, Guitar

I'll show you. It's over here...in my room. – Vic, Drums

Who ripped the holes in your jeans, you or someone in China? I did! That’s why its trendy AF. – Roland, Guitar

Do you have any reefer? Thanks. Uh, obviously. Is that even a real question? – Brandon Bethea, Bass

Tits, bits and pits. Discuss. The making of a great band name. We’re “Tits, Bits and Pits. Lookin’ good, smelling better. Goodnight!” – Chelsea, Vocals

Tags:  #AdJam  AdJam  AdJam2017  Advertising  Agency Bands  Battle of the Bands  The Novo DTLA  ThinkAdJam 

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A Musical Conversation with Phelps' AdJam Band, Rukus

Posted By Sara H. Smith, Tuesday, September 26, 2017


Will Shepler – Singer, Ruckus

Are you old enough to remember mosh pits? Can you tell me what a mosh was? Went to a free Staind concert circa 2001 in Atlanta. Got 50 rows from the front, couldn’t breathe. Then the mosh pits formed and squished us more. not fun.

What else could the letters EDM stand for? Ecstatic Drugs, Man

Why did you choose your festival song? Have you seen it performed live? Is it Haim? ‘Cause Haim is totally way better live, right? Corey Haim?

Do you have any reefer? Thanks. Just grass.



Amanda Chavez –  Singer, Ruckus

Have you been to a festival this year? Do you have any money left? Coachella and FYF. All of my money goes to festivals and concerts, so I am always broke.

If you went to a festival this year, did you lose anything? Your car keys? Your wristband? Your lunch in a port-o-let? My damn mind.

 

Shane Brouse –  Bassist, Ruckus

Are you old enough to remember mosh pits? Can you tell me what a mosh was? I am too old to remember mosh pits but my millennial friends say that there was one at the Melvins show we were at last month. The Melvins are older than me. Hopefully they aren’t counting on me to remember that they have mosh pits.

Have you ever had to choose between two favorite bands who were on at the same time? What was were your criteria? Do you use that same criteria in your agency life? I chose the one playing closest to the toilets. Yes, that’s universally applicable.

Tits, bits and pits. Discuss. Is the 2017 version of “Ass, grass, or cash”? Either way…No one rides for free!

Has a guitar ever gotten you laid? What is the best brand of guitar for getting one laid? Asking for a friend. No, but a guitarist has (I’m a bassist so I need all the help I can get).

Tags:  #AdJam  AdJam  AdJam2017  Advertising  Agency Bands  Battle of the Bands  The Novo DTLA  ThinkAdJam 

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A Musical Conversation with Deutsch's AdJam Band, Darth Vato

Posted By Sara H. Smith, Tuesday, September 26, 2017


If you could be any animal, would it be the muppet drummer? 
1000%

Tits, bits and pits. Discuss.
All should never smell.

Who ripped the holes in your jeans, you or someone in China? My American Thighs ripped my jeans.

It’s been 10 years. Is it okay that we are still leaving Britney alone? YES. LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE.

Tags:  #AdJam  AdJam  AdJam2017  Advertising  Advertising Agency Bands  Battle of the Bands  The Novo DTLA  ThinkAdJam 

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