Quiet Storm wins Olympic Village ad account

Quiet Storm has won the advertising account for Get Living London, the company managing the property known as Athletes' Village during the 2012 London Olympics, after a competitive pitch.

Get Living London: hands account to Quiet Storm
Get Living London: hands account to Quiet Storm

The independent agency beat one other shop – the incumbent, whom Get Living London declined to name – to win the pitch.

Get Living London has tasked Quiet Storm with launching a press, outdoor and digital campaign later in the summer to attract more residents to the development.

Lynda Catt, the marketing director at Get Living London, said: "We were very impressed by Quiet Storm’s approach, they challenged our thinking and presented ideas which would represent a significant step change for our brand."

Adgenda Media is the media agency for Get Living London.

Earlier this month, Quiet Storm won business from Metcalfe’s Food Company, and will create a TV campaign for its Skinny Topcorn range.

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