ASSOCIATE CREATIVE DIRECTOR
PROPAC AGENCY, PLANO TX
Jonathan Chin is a leader in design and creative thinking for the world’s largest and most innovative brands. He has led design and the conceptual process for Bacardi, T-Mobile, and now Frito-Lay, companies that rely on bold, disruptive solutions to shape their brands and industries.
Given the way 2020 turned out, there are only so many things that get us excited and briefly distract us from our everyday lives. Sports is one of them.
Super Bowl LV, to be held on Feb. 7, is preparing for 20% stadium seating capacity, partnering with Visa to go cashless in-stadium, is nearly sold out of advertising slots according to reports, and will have a halftime show, even if the game gets canceled. 2020 may be far from grand, but the Super Bowl is still super.
The campus dining experience is going to look a little different this school year. Fortunately, our summer intern Jacob Williams has a guide to help students navigate this new landscape with his go-to food delivery apps.
Top of the Pac! For the FOURTH straight year, Propac was named one of the best agencies and partners in the experiential industry by @eventmarketer. We’re honored to once again be on the 2020 IT LIST.
The family meal used to be a thing of the past, but COVID-19 changed that. With extra time and no place to go, family meals have come full circle and are something to look forward to again.
Meal prep is another story. Contrary to what you see on Instagram, not everyone’s a home chef during a pandemic. Many families are recycling the same meals and struggling to create something new that will satisfy every member of the household.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s the importance of family, friends — and washing our hands. As varying regulations on social gatherings lift per state, backyard gatherings will take on a whole new meaning. They will become an escape from a pandemic that has kept loved ones apart for months.
Readers, how is everyone faring in this new normal? May is upon us and we’re closer to reuniting with family and friends in person, something we will undoubtedly never take for granted again.
Finally, an agency list that shines the spotlight on the rest of the marketing mix. From the editors of Chief Marketer, we present the industry’s only comprehensive list of the best brand engagement and activation agencies across 11 categories and specialties serving the U.S
Rumors surrounding the death of the agency of record (AOR) model are greatly exaggerated.
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Shoppers are bombarded by an ever-growing assortment of brands and messages that causes confusion and anxiety. Variety isn’t necessarily the spice of life when it comes to grocery shopping.
Nobody likes to be ignored. Remember Glenn Close in “Fatal Attraction”? So why do advertisers ignore boomers to focus on the “it” demos: millennials and Gen Z?
One thing all members of Generation Z have in common: None has lived in a world without the internet or mobile phones. Given that they expect ready access to the web via the machines in their pockets, you might think that Gen Z is poised to turbo-charge e-commerce.
Propac is honored to be featured in the Path to Purchase Institute‘s Who’s Who in Shopper Marketing report of agencies whose work is pushing the discipline of the industry to new heights.
Charles Daigle first connected with Dallas-based agency Promotional Resources in the 1980s when it was a small shop working with the food service industry. The agency transitioned into traditional retail and changed its name to Promotional Packaging in 1991. When other partners left, Daigle remained and today he is the CEO and founder of the 90-employee Propac Agency.
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Retailers, like most humans, have short attention spans and are easily distracted when the next big thing, especially in technology, comes along.
Shiny-object syndrome can lead to a retailer’s demise.
Collaboration is key to our agency. Rarely is a project completed by a person working in a silo. Each day, individuals in multiple departments with varying personalities, working styles and skill sets come together in a symbolic symphony. Each person does their bit – the magic is in the sum of our parts.