Birmingham, Ala. – Luckie & Company, in partnership with McKee Foods, announces a new campaign that launched this year for Little Debbie. “Moms of 7 a.m.” showcases the typical mornings of three real families and aligns with the recent rebranding and relaunch of Little Debbie Mini Muffins (formerly Little Muffins). According to Luckie’s research, moms across America are curious about how other families spend their mornings. That insight drove and inspired the creation of the Moms of 7 a.m. concept. Continue reading
Birmingham, Ala.; Montgomery, Ala. – A four-page layout about civil rights landmarks in the February issue of Southern Living features photographs provided by the Alabama Tourism Department.
“We commissioned former Southern Living travel photographer Art Meripol to visit major landmarks for a book that won a major design award,” said Alabama Tourism Director Lee Sentell. “Magazine editor Sid Evans saw the images and asked to use them for a feature during Black History Month.” Continue reading
Panama City Beach, Fla., Birmingham, Ala. – Visit Panama City Beach has named Luckie & Company their agency of record (AOR) after a months-long search for an advertising agency. Upon receiving the news, classic Beach Boys music could be heard up and down the halls of the agency’s Birmingham, Atlanta and Austin offices.
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