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Denver 50 honors Sukle with six awards, including Judge’s Choice

Each year the Denver 50 award show recognizes the best branding and advertising work in the state.

We’re proud to share that our work for Great Outdoors Colorado and Irvine Ranch Water District took home six awards in this year’s show. The awarded entries included the Generation Wild website, digital videos and social media campaign, as well as the integrated campaign for Irvine Ranch Water District in Orange County.

“The Denver 50 is a great reminder of all of the incredible work coming out of Denver and Boulder,” agency president Mike Sukle said. “The bar continues to be raised higher each year.”

Thanks to the Denver Ad Club for putting together another great show.

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Ed Norton Loves His Droid

Pretty fun spot for Droid featuring the lovely Ed Norton.

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My, how the neighborhood has changed

porchbeerWe used to find Mad Dog 20/20, then Colt 45 on the stoop when we’d come in. Next, it graduated to PBR. Nowadays, this is the kinda stuff we’ll find when we get here in the am. Just a sign of how much this neighborhood has changed in the 12 years we’ve been in this building.

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Seinfeld fans and whiskey

When Sienfeld was running, just about every American between the ages of 14 and 65 was a fan. You couldn’t go anywhere without hearing a reference (no soup for you!) to some character on the show. So, bringing Jackie Chiles into the marketing for the release of Jim Beam’s new product, Jim Beam Honey, should be fun for a lot of folks. The idea is that the bears are stealing all the honey that Jim Beam needs to make their new spirit, so Jackie will be brought on as legal council to sue the bears for stealing the honey. We’ll be looking for these ads, they should be pretty funny.

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We laughed. And then ALMOST bought some Southern Comfort

 

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Ned Breslin’s story: becoming a social entrepreneur

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At Sukle, we are grateful to have the opportunity to work with visionary clients — people who know that to make change in the world, you’re going to come across a few roadblocks. One such client is Ned Breslin, CEO of Water For People. Ned attributes his success as a social entrepreneur to lessons he learned in the mosh pit. Listen to the entire story of his path from punk rocker to social entrepreneur in the first installment of his podcast series called “The Social Disruptors.” Ned’s approach to storytelling is unexpected, and very real. Have a listen for yourself.

NedBreslin 4Ned Breslin received the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship in 2011. Water For People and Breslin were honored for their work in creating sustainable, locally-maintained water and sanitation solutions in developing countries.

 

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Congrats to our friends at Noodles & Company

Recently they went public and their stock price promptly doubled.

Our relationship with Noodles & Company started in 1998, when Aaron Kennedy, the founder, hired Sukle to create an engaging brand for his concept. The restaurant chain had just two locations and we were a young agency, hungry to make our mark. We didn’t care that the budgets were small. In fact, their very first noodle doodle ads were created by scanning dried pasta on our flatbed scanner. Over the course of the next 10 years, they grew and we grew with them. Noodles grew from two restaurants to over 200. The budgets got larger and the work better.

Many of our philosophies about marketing, media and brand momentum were developed from working with Aaron and his talented team. It was a great ride. We’ll always be fans of Noodles & Company and wish them continued success.

 

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Mike Sukle Interview on Osocio.org

In the early days, when we first started working for social good, with NSCD, the Arc and RAAP, we considered Osocio the authoritative voice on social marketing. We still do, many years later. Osocio is an online hub where thinkers from around the globe write about public health efforts and non-profit campaigns. Marc Van Gurp, the founder, has written about Sukle’s Denver Water campaign every year, except one, since the campaign’s inception in 2006. Today, they post an 8-year retrospective of the Denver Water campaign, along with an interview with Mike Sukle, Creative Director and President of Sukle Advertising.

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“We’ve always been more interested in the challenge of a problem or the potential of something than the budget or type of industry a client may be in. And we’ve always felt that advertising could be used for good.” —Mike Sukle

Read the whole interview here.

Osocio’s collection of Denver Water work on Pinterest.

We are proud to have Osocio’s ongoing support, and to be included along side the best communicators in the field.

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Sick Time Lapse Vid

 

This time lapse video is among the awesomest in its genre.

“I love to stargaze. Watching the milky-way float across the sky is one of the most therapeutic experiences I have ever felt. If you haven’t experienced it, then I strongly recommend taking the time to do so.” Michael Shainblum, Director.

Directed: Michael Shainblum
Filmed & Edited: Michael Shainblum
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Motion Control: Dynamic Perception
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Motion Control: Emotimo
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(THIS VIDEO WAS MADE AS A TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC)
Music: Daft Punk
Track: Daft Punk – The Game Has Changed

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One more Kmart

I posted the “Ship my Pants” spot last week, so even though this one isn’t exactly “fresh off the presses,” I felt compelled to post it as well. When I was first informed that these spots existed, well before I saw them on TV, I replied “is Kmart even around still?” That goes to show how far they’ve fallen. So, it makes total sense to come in with some very edgy spots like these, ones people are sure to remember. I mean, who doesn’t like big-ass-savings?

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