For the third year in a row, Wilton’s “Warriors for a Cure” was the number one team in the country, holding onto their title as the Top Fundraising Team in the nation for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation‘s "Million Mile Run/Walk/Bike" efforts against pediatric cancer. The team raised $73,183 throughout September.MORE
It’s incredible the lengths some people will go to in order to raise money and help an important charity effort.MORE
Thirteen years ago we started our It List to help event departments across the country better navigate a burgeoning industry—and its growing agency landscape. We curated our recommendations and then categorized the skills and strengths of the top shops to help brands funnel their RFPs and their budgets to the right partners for the job. And we helped offer a bit of perspective and organization to an up-and-coming marketing discipline that was generating great work, but was still a bit of a mystery to many brands.
Snuggle, Sun Products' fabric softener and dryer sheets brand, offered New Yorkers a cozy retreat from the bitter cold on Friday, Feb. 13, with the introduction of the SnugMobile—a tricked out RV designed to generate a whole lot of love just in time for Valentine's Day.
Just about every kid at one time or another dreamed of digging a tunnel straight through the earth's core and popping up on the other side of the globe. Microsoft and agencies Inspira Marketing and Interbrand implemented a 21st-century version of that fantasy to help position the technology brand as a provider of innovative and even fun solutions.MORE
There are pet owners and then there are pet parents, those whose pets have a seat at the table and are served food scrutinized for the source of its ingredients. To reach these discerning consumers and drive trial of its all-natural, Made in the U.S.A. home-style dog treats, Milo's Kitchen is traveling to dog-friendly events and company offices on the Milo's Treat Truck Tour, a sampling activation for dogs. The tour launched at Marina Green Park in San Francisco June 27 and wraps Sept. 7 at Adoptapalooza in New York City.MORE
A team led by two Norwalk-based companies rallied together in the month of September to fight pediatric cancer by running 16,000 miles and raising $65,000 for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.MORE
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) shares the vision of it's founder and creator, Alexandra "Alex" Scott—a cure for all children with cancer. When Alex, who was diagnosed with childhood cancer just before her first birthday, was four, she told her parents she wanted to set up a front-yard lemonade stand. Her plan: to give the money to doctors to help them find a cure.MORE