Amanda Cosindas | Apr. 15 2020
We watch RuPaul’s Drag Race and we love it! And apparently the One Show and Shorty Awards judges love it too! Our campaign with Merriam-Webster, Thank a Queen, has made it on the short list for LGBTQ Community Engagement and Art Direction.
As drag becomes more and more celebrated in mainstream culture, its vernacular has also become part of the everyday language used in entertainment, social media and daily life. So we partnered with the world’s leading experts in language, Merriam-Webster, to launch a #dragdictionary week and give queens the credit they deserve for their influence on vocabulary.
Watch the case study film below to get a glimpse of our colorful and vibrant salute to drag culture, led by our Associate Director of Design Jorge Andrade. Muse by Clio also had some tea to spill. YAS queen! YAS queen!
Amanda Cosindas | Sep. 27 2019
The Many is proud to be ranked #45 on AdWeek’s list of 100 Fastest Growing Agencies. The global ranking shows that agencies are thriving with fresh thinking and fearless risk taking. The collection of 100 agencies accounted for 21 specific disciplines and categories ranging from full-service to experiential, b-to-b to ecommerce, direct marketing to influencers and everywhere in between.
Since The Many’s inception in 2009, we’ve expanded our business capabilities to be fully integrated, building relationships with more and more longer-term clients, yet our project-based foundation fuels a culture that acts with urgency to efficiently stitch together multiple disciplines, and deliver fast and effective results for our brand partners.
Pictured left to right are The Many’s managing directors—Davis Jones, leading the development and expansion of our media group, Maggie Cadigan, at the helm of Boston, which includes a list of both long-term and new clients, and Todd Lombardo, who leads all client teams as we build new relationships and broaden scopes with those existing.
Congratulations to the other agencies who topped AdWeek’s 100. We’ll be keeping an eye on you.
Shannon Keach | May. 28 2019
Only a few weeks after being recognized as a Shorty Awards finalist, our Social Media Apocalypse campaign for American Horror Story was selected as a Finalist at this year’s Promax North America Awards, a show that celebrates work in the entertainment industry.
Our work is a contender against entries from National Geographic, NFL Media, CNN Worldwide, HBO, and the Disney Channel. Not only are we proud of the recognition, we’re also proud to be sharing the category with some wonderful brands—we’re in great company.
The Promax Awards are the world’s premier celebration of outstanding achievement in entertainment marketing and design. Across eleven regional and global competitions, the Promax Awards honor the teams harnessing passionate fandom to drive audiences, create value, and build the biggest brands in entertainment.
Be sure to catch the awards ceremony this Thursday, June 6, here in Los Angeles.