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Grey Positions Itself As Madison Avenue’s Green Thought Leader

Grey New York has launched an industry wide initiative to green up Madison Avenue. In a full-page ad in Advertising Week’s Official Guide, Grey calls on all ad agencies to join it in becoming as green as possible with a headline that reads: “Hey Madison Avenue, let’s green it forward.”The print ad directs readers to green-it-forward.com, a new website where ad agencies can talk about green initiatives. To call attention to the site, Steve Hardwick, President of Grey New York, is sending personal invitations to his counterparts at the largest New York agencies inviting them to join Grey in greening it forward. His printed invitation is being delivered in person inside a wooden box of green wheat grass.

In addition, site visitors from junior art directors to c-level executives can register and blog about efforts at their own ad agencies or anything relevant to reducing carbon emissions in New York.

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One thought on “Grey Positions Itself As Madison Avenue’s Green Thought Leader

  1. GREEN AGENCY

    It’s about time the ad agencies starting helping their clients understand the opportunity.

    Few manufacturers are reall producing any ‘green products’ in any kind of volume.

    Between the two groups, they could give the public what we want.

    More green products that make sense.

    regards,
    shawn kalin

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