MAX Agency Toronto would like to congratulate Alexxus Legace, a MAX Model, for landing a spot at Taxicon during the meeting of Taxi Drivers to be held by the industry association, iTaxiWorkers. Alexxus’s role is to interact with the drivers that approach Taxicon’s booth for information, and to help in getting the drivers to sign up for their service.
Taxicon’s goal at the meeting will be to introduce their product – a dome advertising unit that will be placed on top of taxis in Toronto.
MAX Agency Toronto would like to congratulate Adrian Richards for landing a part in a Brampton Transit PSA.
Adrian Richards auditioned for the Brampton Transit PSA and got it!
A visit to Brampton Transit’s almost brand new Sandalwood Garage during the fall 2008 Motor Bus Society convention.
Brampton Transit (BT) is public transport bus operator for the City of Brampton in the Regional Municipality of Peel, and within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in Ontario, Canada. Brampton Transit began operations in 1974. In 2006 Brampton Transit became Canada’s fastest-growing transit system in terms of ridership. Over 10 million riders used Brampton Transit in 2006, shattering all previous ridership records for the city.
Awesome job Adrian – MAX Agency Toronto can’t wait to see you around Brampton Transit hubs.
The word “Trust” is right their in TD Canada Trust’s name. It’s a real testament to how important trust is to them. Which is why Max Agency Toronto, the company TD Canada Trust has worked with in the past is hoping to continue to build it.
TD Canada Trust, one of the largest banks in Canada is seeking a model for their next advertising campaign and Max Agency hopes to fill that role with Benny Keung.
TD Canada Trust was formerly two separate companies. TD Bank and Canada Trust. They merged in early 2000 and since then have continued to grow across the country. TD Canada Trust branches can be found in Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver and everywhere in between.
Benny could be featured online and in newspapers across the country. Good Luck Benny, we can’t wait to see your face next time we open the paper.
I want to talk about the word Doughnut. Bear with me here… most people I know spell it ‘donut’. Simple and to the point. No useless letters, easy to pronounce. It makes perfect sense. Yet I’m told the proper way to spell it is ‘doughnut’. This word has at least 3 useless letters that don’t ad anything to it. If those letters were employees they’d be fired.
Dunkin Donuts is looking for an actor (see how I connected those thoughts? I feel smart) and Max Agency Toronto has one that’s going to take up the torch and do the job.
Cameron Ramirez will be playing a young boy in a television commercial that will be seen by millions of eyes across the United States. I have a feeling he’ll also be eating a lot of doughnuts and donuts during the shoot if he gets the part.
Dunkin Donuts has been serving coffee and donuts since the 1950’s but recently have started adding breakfast options (such as egg sandwiches) to their menu. As of this writing the company is currently the largest coffee and baked good chain in the entire world. They sell to over 31 countries.
Good luck Cameron, hopefully we’ll soon be seeing you between episodes of Two and a Half Men.