Sales Leads: Ford, Kia, Kiehl’s, RJR Reynolds

A summary for Corporate Marketers, Media Sales Executives and Advertising Agencies to see what clients are moving into the Hispanic market and/or targeting Hispanic consumers right now.

 

    • Kia
      The 2014 Cadenza, which has a retail sales price starting at about $35,000, was previously promoted only via print ads since it went on sale in April. Three new national TV commercials will be introduced that focus on the car's technology. Kia will also begin promoting during the NBA Finals on ABC beginning this week.

 

      • Kiehl's
        The skin-care and hair-care retailer sent a custom Captain America comic book to Wall Street Journal subscribers in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco as part of a content marketing effort to help the company better connect with men, Ad Age reports. The comic was specially created by Marvel Custom Solutions and the specially written story line takes place in a Kiehl’s store. Six ad pages in the comic tout the company’s products.

 

    • RJR Reynolds
      The nation’s second-largest tobacco company will run television commercials for the first time since 1970 to promote its first e-cigarette, Vuse. It will initially be rolled out only in Colorado with a TV,print and direct mail campaign, according to Ad Age.GET ALL THE LEADS YOU NEED WITH PORTADA’S INTERACTIVE DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE MARKETERS AND MEDIA BUYERS!

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