Carmichael Lynch Minneapolis, United States Full Service

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Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, SEO, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Branded Content/Entertainment, Market Research/Consulting, Marketing Technologies/Analytics, Public Relations, Media Buying/Planning, Corporate Communication, Events/Sponsoring, Branding/Product Development, Packaging/Design, Strategy and Planning, Retail, Age Groups

Founded in: 1962

Employees: 220

Awards: 89

Creative Work: 202

Clients: 10


Contact

110 North Fifth Street
Minneapolis Minnesota 55403
United States
Phone: (+1) 612-334-6000

Mike Lescarbeau

Mike Lescarbeau

Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (+1) 612.334.6000

Dave Damman

Dave Damman

Chief Creative Officer
Mark Feriancek

Mark Feriancek

Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operations Officer

Phone: (+1) 612.334.6000

We create the unfair ideas that give our clients the unfair advantage. The game-changers. The never-been-done-befores. The can-they-even-do-thats? Sometimes: they’re great big ideas that...

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Carmichael Lynch

110 North Fifth Street
Minneapolis Minnesota 55403
United States
Phone: (+1) 612-334-6000

Mike Lescarbeau

Mike Lescarbeau

Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (+1) 612.334.6000

Dave Damman

Dave Damman

Chief Creative Officer
Mark Feriancek

Mark Feriancek

Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operations Officer

Phone: (+1) 612.334.6000

Love comes in many forms in the new Subaru work from Carmichael Lynch

July 29, 2013

Awkward accidental first dates. Moms. Nudism. The Subaru “Love” campaign takes some twists and turns in the latest round of work from Carmichael Lynch.


Directed by master spot-maker and acclaimed cinematographer Lance Acord, the director masterfully demonstrates how a saintly amount of motherly patience, milkshakes, and dirt roads can work to evoke humanity’s favorite emotion.

In “The Date” a young couple discovers that you can find quite a lot driving down the road less traveled in a Subaru. Even a little bit of romance.

Oddly enough, it’s a mom who has a hard time keeping clothes on in “Redressing Room” where a rambunctious toddler refuses to wear anything but his birthday suit. Fortunately she and her Subaru are always prepared.

Love comes in many forms indeed.