Domino’s Pizza believes in offering customers the best and most convenient carryout experience possible, so much so that it is launching a new guarantee. Domino’s Carside Delivery 2-Minute Guarantee is simple: order Domino’s Carside Delivery online, check in when you arrive, and as soon as your order is ready, a Domino’s team member will head to your car in less than two minutes or your next pizza is free. But that’s not all.

Domino’s and DraftKings have also launched Domino’s Carside Delivery 2-Minute Guarantee Over/Under Challenge, giving customers the chance to predict if Domino’s Carside Delivery nationwide will be quicker than two minutes, more or less than 80% of the time, for the chance to win a share of $200,000.

Domino’s Carside Delivery 2-Minute Guarantee Over/Under Challenge is free to play and is taking place now through July 12 at draftkings.com/dominos and on DraftKings’ Daily Fantasy app. Those who correctly … Read more

After 67 years, menswear retailer Harry Rosen may have finally created the most versatile shirt ever… virtually, at least. In time for Father’s Day, the brand launched a clothing innovation for WFH dads who suffered a long year stuck in countless video calls. The Harry Rosen ‘Green Screen Shirt’ adapts to any occasion. This limited-edition cotton button-down is green-screen-green — a specific shade that unlocks unlimited color and pattern possibilities on video chats.

How it works is simple. By hitting the green screen checkbox on Zoom and then choosing a pattern, wearers can change the design of their shirt within seconds. It uses Zoom’s built-in green screen functionality in a new way to bring some much-needed variety to dad’s millionth meeting.

The ‘Green Screen Shirt’ was the center of a Father’s Day giveaway on Harry Rosen’s Instagram. Lucky dads who received the shirt had access to a variety of exclusive … Read more

Domino’s Pizza knows that the Noid is back and will stop at nothing to thwart great pizza deliveries. However, recent Noid innovations featured in the latest Domino’s television campaign, such as the infamous Pizza Crusher, Pizza Slayzer and giant Noid Balloon Blockade, haven’t stopped tech-savvy Domino’s from delivering delicious pizza to families nationwide. What’s a villain to do?
 
To Domino’s dismay, their nemesis has decided to sell one-of-a-kind nonfungible tokens (NFTs) linked to these tools, over the course of a fourteen-day auction, to fund future schemes. Domino’s was alerted to this nefarious plan and felt a strong statement was necessary: please don’t buy them!
 
NFTs are pieces of unique digital code stored on the blockchain, linked to underlying assets from images to GIFs to memes, and act as a permanent public ledger of transactions associated with those assets. They can be bought and sold or auctioned, including on special … Read more

Colorado Lottery and Cactus have debuted a new campaign that pays homage to the state’s “rugged optimism” through a comedic, vintage lens. The effort channels retro advertising across a slate of assets including a 60-second TV spot, titled “Winning Country,” as well as print, out of home and social.

]“This campaign feels different from the Colorado Lottery work we’ve done in the past,” says Shea Tullos, Cactus creative director. “Typically, our campaigns are created to generate excitement about a new game or game change. ‘Winning Country’ is a celebration of our state as much as our state lotto. Colorado has always been a place where people come to chase jackpots, whether gold nuggets or just a better way of life. It was seen as rugged and wild but loaded with optimism in a way that feels delightfully silly to today’s media-savvy consumers.”

The TV and online spots celebrate the beauty … Read more

This new digital video series from CPB for Hotels.com, shot in the style of a 90s after school special, features Captain Obvious covering important topics like sleeping around and finding the right partner.

The four spot campaign directed by Jake Szymanski of Gifted Youth — known for his work with Funny or Die and SNL Digital Shorts — shows how you can practice safe booking thanks to Hotels.com’s free cancellation that gives you the “protection” you need, and the ability to explore “places you’ve never gone before” with the variety of accommodation types offered. The spots will begin running on Snapchat, Spotify, Vevo and Vox starting today.

CPB went full 90s on this campaign, making sure the wardrobe and makeup were period correct. Captain’s outfit features his signature color palette and regalia in the form of a nylon windbreaker with sweet 90s kicks. And since revealing in last year’s Future Read more