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About DDB Chicago

We strive to make our clients' brands stand for something—to have a cultural significance and impact, not just category relevance. We believe that brands can play an important part in the world around us by having a deeper meaning, to stand for something and to stand up to something and to play a role in people’s lives.

This starts by putting a stake in the ground for a brand’s aspiration beyond their current category; we then define the Brand Conviction which becomes a North Star for all future activities—from how clients behave internally to what they communicate externally—accompanied with a clear pathway to get there from here. 

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DDB Partners with State Farm to Launch New Initiative, Neighborhood of Good™

At the heart of any strong community are people – neighbors – who care. But, caring only gets you so far. State Farm wants to be the catalyst to get people to move from good intentions to taking action when it comes to volunteering in their community. The need is clear – most people say they want to volunteer, but only one in four actually do. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015).


As the good neighbor brand, State Farm wants to inspire, encourage and help people do anything – big or small – to make a positive difference in their neighborhoods and is going to connect people through Neighborhood of Good™.


To launch this movement, State Farm worked with DDB to create a 2-minute film, The Following,” that sheds a somber but realistic light on the need for volunteers. This film launched online on Monday, March 13, on NeighborhoodofGood.com, a companion site that matches volunteers to causes in the community.


The soundtrack to “The Following” is “Don’t Let Me Down,” a song made popular by the Chain Smokers. It’s been re-recorded by four time Grammy winner Joy Williams, formerly of the Civil Wars. Joy’s version of “Don’t Let Me Down is available on streaming music channels and she is donating her proceeds from the single to the American Red Cross.


To urge people to take action, there are :30 and :60 second cuts of the film running in broadcast media during the college basketball tournament as well as other high profile programming.

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