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Civilian Agency Campaigns Win Three MarCom Awards

November 15, 2019 | by Kim Coutts | Advertising News, Press Releases

Team celebrates creating a positive impact in education, mental health and global connections The MarCom Awards, an international program honoring excellence in marketing and communications, has recognized Civilian Agency with two platinum and one gold award for excellence in global marketing communications. The annual awards program, run by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals’,…

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Our Newest Client, Cleared for Takeoff

November 6, 2019 | by Pete Levine | Advertising News

As a marketing communications agency dedicated to the social good, few things get the Civilian flag flying higher than an opportunity to partner with like-minded clients. If a proposal lines up with our values and relevant experience, we’re basically running on jet fuel, and won’t rest until we’ve given it our all to secure that…

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Why (Some Of) Your Ads Should Suck

October 13, 2019 | by Ron Wesson | Advertising News, Creative Find, Digital Trends, How To’s

Ah, the advertising creative process. It’s why we do our jobs. Who doesn’t want to spend their days coming up with exciting, challenging, clever words, concepts, and images that impress our friends, make our moms proud, and delight our clients so much that they want to kiss us on the lips? Of course, all of…

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Let’s “Mete” Pete

August 14, 2019 | by Arthur Ebuen | Advertising News, Agency Life, Press Releases

Recently, we welcomed Pete Levine to the Civilian team as our new Director of Client Services. His processes and presence have already made a positive impact in the short time he’s been here, so we sat down with Pete to learn more about his experience, what drew him to Civilian, and if he had any…

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Civilian Take: 2019 Super Bowl Ads

February 4, 2019 | by Arthur Ebuen | Advertising News

We are bombarded with ads from all directions and tactical innovations. But every year during the Super Bowl, the masses gather and anticipate a more traditional medium: the television commercial. Some things to note: the average person watching the game isn’t just male, it’s a closer split down the middle than most would think. Also,…

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