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“Enjoying Yourself Yet, Ramona?” This past June, Grassroots Advertising played a part in surprising 20 year (and counting) Telus customer, Ramona, as part of the Telus Grand Gesture campaign. Watch as the Care-A-Van picks Ramona up for a day of adventure and spoils her rotten. Spot the Grassroots truck at 0:52 s! To learn more about other Telus Grand Gestures, search #ActsOfCaring.

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4 Apr 2014
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Limb Loss Awareness Month

Did you know April is Limb Loss Awareness Month? Grassroots Advertising is happy to help Ottobock Canada spread the word! Chalkmaster Dave and Chalk Chick begin their masterpiece. On April 4th, our friend Chalkmaster Dave spent hours on his masterpiece, chatting up passersby and helping to spread awareness. Each prosthetic limb took an hour to draw, but the end result was well worth it! [caption id=”attachment_1128″…

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16 Dec 2013
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Grassroots Helps Doug & Serge Conduct Campaign for Daily Bread Food Bank

Doug & Serge of Toronto has begun a pro bono holiday season campaign in support of theDaily Bread Food Bank, also based in Toronto. The campaign, called “#Share2Feed,” makes use of street posters, washroom posters and other materials around the city. The creative encourages consumers to take photographs of the posters or of a meal and post them online via social media sites Instagram or Twitter. For each photograph posted…

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Raising the Roof
3 Mar 2011
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Grassroots Campaign for Raising The Roof

As part of a campaign to get people thinking about the way they treat homeless youth, these posters were placed on the ground, on steps and other places where homeless youth are often seen and ignored. This campaign was created by Leo Burnett with media planning handled by Starcom and Grassroots executing the placement of the posters.

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9 Feb 2011
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Street Fleet Expanded With addition of Mobile Display Truck

Philips took their new products on the road, handing out free hot chocolate along the way. The campaign ran in Toronto, Montreal & Vancouver. It was en”light”ening.    

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