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More misadventures in parenting.

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The Ad Council and Adopt US Kids have created a series of new PSAs in their campaign, first begun in 2004 to encourage adoption of kids in foster care. Last year, the campaign introduced the message "you don't have to be perfect to be a parent" and promoted the adoption of 8-12 year old kids. This year, emphasis is placed on recruiting families for 14 to 16 year olds and the spots - featuring a Dad's adventures in baking, Mom embarrassing the neighbors and another parent whose kids remember the last time he tried something daring - were once again created pro bono by Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners. This year, the TV ads will also be joined by a social media element, including a yet-to-be launched Tumblr site named "Oh Parents" on which people can share their parenting mishaps. They can also share them on AdoptUS Kids' Facebook page and Twitter feed.

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Date
Nov 13, 2012
Agency:
Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners New York
Client:
Ad Council/Adopt US Kids
Co-Chief Creative Officer:
Edward Brojerdi
Co-Chief Creative Officer:
Izzy DeBellis
Creative Director:
Will Bright
Associate Creative Director:
Mary O'Keefe
Associate Creative Director:
Ben Butler
Head of Content Production:
Dominic Ferro
Producer:
Brooke Kaylor
Executive Content Business Affairs:
Andrea Fagan
Agency Account Supervisor:
Gabriela Benitez
Production Company:
Interrogate
Director:
Amit Mehta
Executive Producer:
Jeff Miller
Line Producer:
Sean Cooley
Cinematographer:
Karl-Walter Lindenlaub
Post Production Company:
Cut & Run
Editor:
Joel Miller
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