Youth Ambassadors

Duck, Dodge & Roll

Campaign: Lessons From My Neighborhood
Entrant Company
Film (Health & Wellness)
Branded Entertainment and Content
Entry Type
Health Services & Corporate Communications
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Agency NetworkYoung & Rubicam
Advertiser BrandYouth Ambassadors
Entrant CompanyVMLY&R
Advertising AgencyVMLY&R
AdvertiserYouth Ambassadors
Production Company (additional)Station Film
Additional CompanyCosmo Street
Additional CompanyWojahn Bros Music
Additional CompanyEvolution Audio
Additional CompanyPuppet Garage
Global Chief Creative OfficerDebbi Vandeven
North American Chief Creative OfficerJohn Godsey
Executive Creative DirectorAaron Evanson
Creative DirectorGrant Minnis
Associate Creative DirectorAustin Ridling
Associate Creative DirectorJonathan Vigliaturo
Executive ProducerTyler Smith
Account ManagerLauren Meehan
Senior PlannerMikalah Morris
Channel Director, Public RelationsBill Patterson
Director of CommunicationsJamie Dierking
Associate Media DirectorKristen Sikorski
Associate Connections ManagerBreckyn Crocker
Senior Connections ManagerAbbie Schmid
Connections Director, Organic Search & Performance ContentHeather Physioc
DirectorSeyi Peter-Thomas
Managing PartnerStephen Orent
Partner/Executive ProducerCaroline Gibney
ProducerJulie Lee
Director of PhotographyDoug Chamberlain
Production DesignerChris Giammalvo
EditorKevin Anderson
EditorJustin Trovato
Executive ProducerYvette Cobarrubias-Sears
ProducerGigi May
Owner/SongwriterRoger Wojahn
Owner/SongwriterScott Wojahn
Music EditorJon Olmstead
Executive ProducerDara Norris
Sound EngineerPatrick Meagher

This 2018 Clio Health Silver winning entry titled 'Duck, Dodge & Roll' was entered for Youth Ambassadors by VMLY&R, Kansas City, part of agency network: Young & Rubicam. The piece was submitted to the medium: Film (Health & Wellness) within the entry type: Health Services & Corporate Communications and the category: Branded Entertainment and Content. It consists of 1 video and 1 image. This piece is part of a campaign called 'Lessons From My Neighborhood' that consists of 3 elements.