Mint gains new accounts
Toronto-based Mint has recently gained a number of new clients. PMA has hired the agency to develop a national campaign for its Hendrick’s Gin brand. Technology company Clyx has hired Mint to handle its North American public relations. Cricut, a maker of computer-controlled cutting machines, has retained the agency as its Canadian public relations agency of record. Restaurant chain Swiss Chalet has hired Mint to conduct social and digital campaigns for the launch of a new menu item called Nashville Hot Chicken. Mint has been hired vy underwear brand Parade to conduct experiential initiatives in Canada. Food waste management company FoodCycler has hired Mint as its creative agency of record.
“We are so thrilled to be working with such culturally-impactful brands, and to bring on dynamic new talent to help our clients tell stories that stand out,” said Samantha Margolis Fogle, president of Mint.