Ad Campaigns: Tampico, Home Depot, Bank of America, Obama Campaign

The following is a summary of recent ad campaigns targeting Hispanics:

Company  Agency Period Vehicle Comment
         
Tampico Paco Communications Q3-Q4 Billboards, Mobile, Radio, Print  "Discover Your Tampico" Campaign
Home Depot Vidal Partnership Q2-Q4 Online "Handyman al Rescate" How-to video channel on Univision.com
BofA BBDO Q3
TV, Radio, Print, ATM
"Hacia Adelante" campaign promoting benefits of having an account.
Obama Campaign N/A Q3-Q4 Print, Radio, TV, Online $20 Million effort will focus on CO, NV, NM, FL.
Hyundai Motors Inc. LatinWorks Q4 TV, Online "Descubrelo tu mismo" campaign.

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