Liquor, Fire And A Spork - Mortar's Recession Kit Makes Its Triumphant Return

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Integrated advertising agency focuses on giving marketers the means to survive

Mortar, a San Francisco integrated advertising, branding and communications agency heralded the return of their popular Recession Kit today. Aimed at marketing managers and the people who love them, it contains "the things people like us need to survive times like these: Liquor, fire, and a spork," among other goodies.

In order to receive a Mortar Recession Kit of your very own, simply visit the Recession Kit Web Page:, fill out the form and it will be mailed to you posthaste. Well, that's pretty much it. That's all there is to say. Go to the page and fill out the form. There's a free cocktail in it for you!

Still, in the interest of SEO, there are a couple of phrases we'll need to toss around casually so this release gets picked up: "Advertising Agency." "Branding." and of course, "Advertising."

"Let's see if we can use all three in a sentence: "The advertising agency put together a really funny, cool Recession Kit in the hope that potential clients would choose Mortar for all their advertising and branding needs."

That was too easy. Let's try another:

"Paw, I'm sick of branding these here cattle. Workin' the ranch is your dream, not mine. I want to work in advertising. You know, at an advertising agency?"

Nice. You can almost smell the manure.

If you're looking for less manure from your advertising agency, and more effective branding, order your Mortar Recession Kit today:
Operators are standing by.

About Mortar
Mortar is a new San Francisco-based brand communications agency dedicated to helping organizations make emotional connections with today's jaded, media-savvy consumers. Mortar's unorthodox approach typically combines street-level research, integrated strategy, online and offline advertising, public relations, and immersive tactics that defy boundaries and amplify budgets. Details at:

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Jamie Fishler
T: 415.772.9907 ext. 177


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