In 2013, The Victory Group produced an ad campaign that was honored as one of the nation’s best that year by the AAPC. One of the ads produced for now-Mayor Philip Levine of Miami Beach headlined a Vanity Fair article entitled “Can Miami Beach Survive Global Warming”.
‘In the summer of 2013, one of the leading candidates in Miami Beach’s mayoral race, a businessman named Philip Levine, released a TV commercial that showed him kayaking his way home through traffic in a Paddington hat and a plastic poncho, accompanied by his boxer, Earl, who was kitted out in a life jacket. “In some parts of the world,” Levine said in the spot, “going around the city by boat is pretty cool. Like Venice. But in Miami Beach, when it rains, it floods. That’s got to stop. Because I’m just not sure how much more of this Earl and I can take.” ‘
We’re excited to have our work featured in Vanity Fair Magazine, but even more so to have been a part of a campaign that elected a Mayor who is successfully leading a modern day renaissance in one of America’s truly great cities.