Domino's Pizza: Tate's Task

He's the best chicken chef. He's the only chicken chef......

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Reacting to customers saying Domino's needed better chicken, the pizza chain brought in a 'chicken chef', Tate Dillow. He stars in these new spots promoting its Boneless Chicken and Wings.
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Date
Mar 03, 2011
Agency:
Crispin Porter + Bogusky
Client:
Domino's Pizza
Worldwide Chief Creative Officer:
Rob Reilly
Group Creative Director:
Tony Calcao
Creative Director:
Craig Miller
Creative Director:
John Kieselhorst
Associate Creative Director/Senior Art Director:
Andrew Lincoln
Associate Creative Director/Senior Art Director:
Tim Eger
Associate Creative Director/Senior Copywriter:
Matt Talbot
Associate Creative Director/Senior Copywriter:
Sean Smith
Copywriter:
Stephen Dalton
Art Director:
Rachel Wolak
Senior Integrated Producer:
Julie Vosburgh
Junior Integrated Producer:
Erin Larsen
Production Company:
Smuggler
Director:
Henry Alex Rubin
Executive Producer/Partner:
Patrick Milling Smith
Executive Producer/Partner:
Brian Carmody
Executive Producer/COO:
Lisa Rich
Producer:
Drew Santarsiero
Head of Production:
Laura Thoel
Director of Photography:
Matthew Woolf
Post Production:
Method
Producer:
Paula Jimenez
Flame Artist:
Pete Mayor
Editorial Company:
NO6
Executive Producer:
Crissy DeSimone
Producer:
Leslie Tabor
Editor:
Dan Aronin
Assistant Editor:
Kyle Whitmore
Assistant Editor:
JC Nunez
Music Company:
Black Iris Music
Producer:
Jonathan Fuller
Sound Design/Mixing Company:
Lime Studios
Sound Designer/Mixer:
Sam Casas
Telecine:
CO3
Producer:
Matt Moran
Colorist:
Jeremy Sawyer

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