TurboTax is prepping for the 2021 tax season with an army of virtual experts—and these experts are featured in a new ad series that shows them arriving atop self-propelled computer desks. The company has to go all out during the critical 13-or-so weeks of the year when most people pay attention to TurboTax and its competitors, so the campaign, which will culminate with a Super Bowl ad, aims to make a big impact in a short amount of time.
A heap of high-profile shows—including several long-running ones—have announced that they will conclude this year. And in some cases, due to pandemic-induced shutdowns, production has yet to resume, the final seasons’ actual release dates remain up in the air.
On Monday, 200 Google employees announced that they’re forming the company’s first union to combat workplace issues including alleged racial discrimination and profiting from ads of hate groups. These employees say that they live by Google’s original motto, “Don’t be evil,” which was dropped in 2018, and seek to push Alphabet to use its titanic power for the public good.
To promote its new squeezable packaging, Jif (with the help of The J.M. Smucker Co.’s Publicis multi-agency team PSOne) released a new ad about a burly, peanut butter-eating gladiator as he is interrupted from his lunch and challenged to “a fight to the Jif.”