Sales Leads: a summary for Corporate Marketers, Media Sales Executives and Advertising Agencies to see what clients are moving into the market and/or targeting U.S. consumers right now.

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  • La Tortilleria  

La Tortilleria, one of the largest Hispanic food distributors in the East Coast and its sister company Abasto Media announced a strategic alliance with a leading group of private investors. The new partners are Ken Langone, founder, and CEO of Invemed Associates LLC., and co-founder of the Home Depot, Bruce M. Langone, President of Invemed Associates, LLC., Thomas Teague, President and CEO of Salem Corporation and partner of Invemed Associates, Al Carey, Executive Chairman at Unifi, Inc., and former CEO of PepsiCo North America, and Carlos Evans, former executive vice president and group head of the eastern division of Wells Fargo.The group of private investors focuses on supporting growth-oriented companies in a wide range of industries.The new alliance will allow the Hispanic food distributor headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC, and Abasto Media, to advance their business growth more quickly and efficiently.La Tortilleria operates out of a 100,000-square-foot warehouse and office facility but is in the process of doubling its warehousing operations in Winston-Salem, NC, as well as opening facilities in other markets.This business relationship allowed the other private investors to know the Hispanic food distribution company, and its enormous potential to grow in the industry.

 

  • Re/Max 

American international real estate company Re/Max has named Knoxville, Tenn.-based independent agency Tombras as its´ new media agency partner for the U.S., following a review conducted by consultancy Media Sherpas. The process included the incumbent, Dentsu Aegis Network media agency Carat, as well as a handful of other finalists, according to sources with knowledge of the review.Re/Max spent nearly US$34 million in 2018 and over US$32 million over the first nine months of 2019, up from just under US$30 million during that period in 2018, according to Kantar Media.

 

  • Meredith/Ford 

"The New Power Suit" Multiplatform CampaignMeredith Corp. brands Health, Better Homes & Gardens, Travel + Leisure, People and Food & Wine in partnership with Ford Motor Company are featuring women making their mark in male-dominated fields through a multiplatform campaign called “The New Power Suit,.”Mediapost reports. The campaign will expand across digital, social, video and in the January 2020 print editions. The campaign 1st efforts will include full-page ads designed as covers on each of the five Meredith´s titles, accompanied by a story on the woman featured in that issue.The campaign was produced by a team composed exclusively of women across Ford Motor Company, ad agency GTB and Meredith.People ranked No. 1 in reach across women millennials, women Latinas, moms and adult millennials and No. 2 among adult Latinos and adult readers. People en Espanol ranked No. 1 in reach of adult Latinos.

 

  • Tantillo Foods

100% family owned & operated Tantillo Foods, which offers a range of Italian food products, has appointed Brand Buddha as its´2020 media agency partner. The business includes market research, brand positioning and a digital ad campaign. Today Tantillo Foods has over 50 products sold in retailers around US.

 

 

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  • Corona Hard Seltzer 

Corona Hard Seltzer will be introduced in four flavors in the US:​ tropical lime, mango, cherry and blackberry lime. The 4.5% ABV beverage will contain 90 calories, zero carbs and zero sugars (for comparison, Corona Extra contains 148 calories per 12 oz bottle).  Constellation Brands is planning to put a US$40m marketing budget behind the spring launch of Corona Hard Seltzer: its biggest-ever single brand investment. Corona carries ‘unbelievable strong brand equity’ as a brand among both Hispanic and total drinkers in the younger 21-54 age category. As a result, Constellation Brands has made the decision to brand its seltzer entry under Corona. 

 

  • Costa Coffee

Costa Coffee, a coffeehouse chain which is a subsidiary of American company The Coca-Cola Company and is  headquartered is in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, has appointed MediaCom as its media planning and buying agency, ending its 10-year relationship with Zenith. MediaCom also works on Costa owner Coca-Cola’s media account. Costa has 2,600 shops in the UK and Ireland, and 1,300 internationally.

 

Sales Leads US: a summary for Corporate Marketers, Media Sales Executives and Advertising Agencies to see what clients are moving into the market and/or targeting U.S. consumers right now.

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