La Comunidad Announces Strategic Advertising and Marketing Partnership with Sony Latin America

The Miami office of la comunidad-one of the most awarded advertising agencies in the world-today announced a new business win from Sony Latin America.

Scope of work includes long-term, strategic, integrated advertising and marketing duties. La comunidad has already executed a High-Definition media campaign for Sony Latin America featuring the James Bond property, and they are now embarking on a new Digital Imaging series of multi-platform campaigns.

Sony Latin America selected la comunidad based on the agency's strategic planning, creative and client service capabilities.

The inclusion of Sony Latin America on the roster of la comunidad rounds out its slate of current clients, which include general market work for the luxury spirits provider Remy Martin, global work for MTV: Music Television, and US Hispanic work for Johnson & Johnson and electronics retailer Best Buy, among others. La comunidad has two sister agency locations in Buenos Aires.

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