WONGDOODY in the News

WDCW Hires Senior Designer Ramon Vasquez
January 22, 2013

Seattle, WA (January 22, 2013)—Advertising agency WDCW today announced the hire of new Senior Designer Ramon Vasquez.

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"WDCW Bows First Work for Papa Murphy's"
January 2, 2013

It's a new year, which means it's time to roll out some new work. We've been hard at work with Papa Murphy's and we're happy to bring you a first look at the campaign that kicks off this month. Make sure to check out the extra blooper footage as well!

For the full video, click here.

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Source: Agency Spy
"Agencies Implore Clients To 'Do Something Big,' But Here's Why They Need To Do It For Themselves"
November 14, 2012

There’s no more common refrain in marketing than that of the ad agency imploring the client to “do something big.” And yet, how many agencies do you recall actually doing something big? I’m not talking about big commercials, stunts or social programs for the brands they handle. But something big for themselves.

Click above to read more from Court as featured in Forbes.

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Source: Forbes.com
Free Throw Available Now on iTunes and Video On Demand
November 1, 2012

The time is here, Free Throw fans. Today marks the official release of Free Throw, a heart-wrenching story about eight kids from Compton High School working towards a college scholarship and a way to break the stereotypes of the city. Stories like this don't come around often, so we urge you to check it out. Click the image above for a link to the film and enjoy!

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Source: iTunes
Creating The Line That Unites Us: Court Crandall at TEDxManhattanBeach
October 19, 2012

Court's Tedx talk is now live! Click through for more about the lines that separate us and the line that brought eight Compton High School students together.

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"Harnessing Cultural Capital: The Real Consumer Value of a Brand"
October 18, 2012

Any CMO would likely agree that the most iconic brands in the World owe their success primarily to their presence in pop culture. Yet, the marketing practices employed by most all corporations fail to achieve the potential realized by these iconic brands because of one simple oversight – they do not put culture first.

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Source: Forbes

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Tracy Wong
Tracy Wong
Chairman and Executive Creative Director