Super Bowl 50 Commercials Bring Their (Multi) Million Dollar Ideas

Super Bowl 50 Blue Angels Flying Over

With the average Super Bowl commercial costing $166,666 per second, according to USA Today, advertisers did all they could to make every second count. Some were cute, some were funny, some were sobering, some were just, well, bad (we’re looking at you, Jublia). Here were a few that made memorable impressions on our Co-Creative Director, Steven

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Moving to the Montage

The Montage side view

Foundry is gearing up for a big 2016! We are currently in the midst of evolving our brand, and a big step in that process is re-evaluating our office. As you may have read or seen in the news, owner Jim Bauserman recently purchased the commercial space in The Montage (along with Stacie Mathewson). What

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4 Tips for Preparing for an Interview

Whether you have done thousands of interviews or only a handful, preparation is important to your success and the success of your message. which is the whole reason why you want to do an interview. So, take a few moments to review our 4 Tips for Preparing for an Interview.

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Holiday Giving Roundup

This time of year, there are so many easy ways to give back. Help an elderly neighbor shovel the driveway once the snow hits. Start a chain of random acts of kindness by paying for the coffee order of the stranger in the car behind you in the drive-through. Or give back on a bigger

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Advice to Graduates

So you’ve landed your first job. Now what? A bouquet of bright sharpies sits next to my black inbox, telephone and computer on a crisp white desk. The cursor on the screen taunts me to begin typing. I’ve officially begun my first professional job. I joined Foundry as a full-time employee in January. Transitioning from

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Is the Press Release Dead?

In this video, Michael Pranikoff from PR Newswire answers that continually popular question: “Is the press release dead?” As a PR professional, I have watched the “Is the press release dead?” conversation take place my entire career. The answer, in short, is no. However, that does not mean that anyone practicing PR out there has free

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Down the Pinterest Rabbit Hole

“The whole secret of life is to be interested in one thing profoundly and in a thousand things well.” – Horace Walpole

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Q&A with Foundry’s Grammar Girl

Do you constantly have to grab for the AP Stylebook throughout your work day? Is it “lay” or is it “lie”? Should I use “affect” or “effect”? What about “who” vs. “whom”? My go-to resource has become Mignon Fogarty — better known as “Grammar Girl” — of QuickandDirtyTips.com. Her website and podcast provide — well just what you’d think: quick

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Foundry Wins Best Print & Outdoor

Advertising awards shows are a double-edge sword. On the one hand, they’re a great opportunity to get your work out into the ad community, grab a few kudos (not to mention some shiny hardware), and gain validation that you are in fact the kings and queens of the advertising world. On the other hand, the

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