POSSIBLE Promotes Lucas Peon to Chief Creative Officer, Cincinnati as Firm
Named Lead Creative Agency for Gorilla Glue
Cincinnati Office to Oversee Gorilla Glue’s Marketing Initiatives Across All
CINCINNATI -- April 10, 2013
POSSIBLE, a WPP Digital company, announced today it has promoted Lucas Peon to
the position of chief creative officer, Cincinnati. Peon previously served as
executive creative director, where he led the creative teams for the firm’s
portfolio of P&G business including the Febreze, Vicks and Bounty brands. In
his new role, Peon will provide creative oversight for all clients serviced
out of the Cincinnati office, which, in addition to P&G, include ConAgra
Foods’ Orville Redenbacher, Hunt's and Marie Callender brands, among others.
Peon will also provide creative oversight for new client Gorilla Glue, which
has just selected POSSIBLE as its lead creative agency.
POSSIBLE’s work for Gorilla Glue will encompass solutions across the full
range of marketing channels with digital at its core. The agency’s mandate is
to help take the Gorilla Glue brand – already one of the most recognizable
names in the woodworking, DIY and home improvement industries – to an even
broader audience through creative, fun and useful activations. To start,
POSSIBLE will be helping Gorilla Glue develop a new brand campaign.
In his prior role, as ECD for POSSIBLE, Cincinnati, Peon took part in multiple
award-winning campaigns for P&G brands, garnering three Effie Awards and 11
ADDY Awards in 2012 alone. Wins included a Silver Effie for the firm’s work on
the The Febreze Global Ambi Pur Breathe Happy Campaign and a bronze North
American Effie for the Febreze Breathe Happy Campaign. Previous to POSSIBLE,
Peon worked at Miami’s True Digital / True Pictures as a creative director and
film director, leading digital, traditional and integrated work for brands
such as Doritos, Volkswagen, Johnnie Walker, New Line Cinema and McDonald's.
Fluent in English, French and Spanish, Peon has also worked in his native
Argentina and in France.
“Lucas has been a linchpin of our success over the past two years, delivering
a creative vision that our clients value and that consumers overwhelmingly
respond to,” said Tamy Harms, president, Cincinnati. “We are pleased to
elevate him to this new role and look forward to his continued leadership for
our global accounts.”
“I am continually amazed at the level of talent we have on hand along with the
ongoing desire to outdo ourselves that imbues the efforts of everyone on the
POSSIBLE team,” said Peon. “This passion for the work has inspired me every
day since I joined the agency more than two years ago.”
POSSIBLE is a global agency that creates award-winning, digital experiences
for the world’s top brands. With a worldwide team composed of the industry’s
most talented and insightful strategists, creatives, technologists, inventors
and dreamers, the firm combines global capability with refined, local
expertise across five continents, including a leading position in the fast
growing Russia, India and China markets. POSSIBLE’s work spans the universe of
high impact digital experiences with an emphasis on driving measureable
business results for the world’s most dynamic brands.
POSSIBLE has 26 offices around the globe including New York, London, Shanghai,
Moscow, Los Angeles, Seattle, Singapore and Cincinnati. Part of WPP Digital,
the firm’s clients include AT&T, Barclays, BP, Canon, Comcast, The Bill &
Melinda Gates Foundation, Procter & Gamble, Nokia, Microsoft, Mazda and
Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide. For more information, please visit
Saeger Media Group / Possible Worldwide
Katy Saeger or Peter Epstein
310-597-2337 / 323-251-3567
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
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