Doe-Anderson Takes Triumph Ad Account

September 15, 2011
Courtesy of Doe-Anderson
Todd and Greg of Triumph and Doe-Anderson
Todd and Greg from Triumph North America and Doe-Anderson.

What do Steve McQueen, Jason DiSalvo, Marlon Brando and Dustin Dominguez have in common with a Louisville-based, 95-year-old ad agency? The common thread is Triumph Motorcycles – Doe-Anderson has been named the agency-of-record for the iconic motorcycle brand.

The account has recently been awarded to Doe-Anderson based on the agency’s unique approach to brand planning and strategy, called Brand Enthusion.

“We were blown away by Doe and their marketing of brands like Maker’s Mark and Louisville Slugger,” said Greg Heichelbech, Chief Executive Officer of Triumph North America. “We’re so excited to be working with such a unique team of creative specialists who ride motorcycles and understand the riders’ perspective.”

Doe-Anderson will handle every aspect of the account, from strategic planning and creative development to public relations and social media activation. In addition, Doe-Anderson will assume media planning and buying services. As a result of the scope of work, the agency has added three employees to manage the account and may hire more.

“We are thrilled to have Triumph as a client. The brand is world-renowned, historic, timeless and very cool. We are excited and proud to join their team and are looking forward to the ride ahead,” said Todd Spencer, President and CEO of Doe-Anderson. “Enthusiast brands are our passion, and Triumph is a leader in that category.”