Superdream adds Legacy and the Local Government Association of Queensland to its client list

Creative agency Superdream has been appointed by ex-services support charity Legacy to execute this year’s national Legacy Week campaign, after it undertook the charity’s ANZAC Day campaign earlier this year.

Superdream Australian director, Kirsty Visman, said: “We work with many not-for-profits and charities to help them raise awareness, funds and drive meaningful action. We’re excited to be partnering with Legacy because our entire team is very passionate about their cause. We can’t wait to spread their message far and wide.”

Legacy has appointed Superdream to execute its Legacy Week campaign

The agency has also been appointed by the Local Government Association of Queensland to manage its social media, digital advertising and communications. Superdream will be responsible for both campaign work and ongoing communications and marketing work.

Visman added: “We’re thrilled to be working with LGAQ. We’ve enjoyed working on their campaigns for the federal election and advocating for our local councils.

“Both organisations are eager to share their stories and make meaningful connections with people. We’re driven by the same purpose. We exist to make positive human connections between brands and people. It’s great to be partnering with like-minded brands and we look forward to working with them.”

In January the agency won the creative, PR and marketing accounts for Mirvac Retail.

Last year, Superdream acquired UK-based production company Hipster, to strengthen its film production capabilities within its full-service offering.


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