Go RVing Canada hires DS+P and Headspace Marketing

Go RVing Canada has hired Toronto agencies DS+P (formerly known as Doug & Serge) and Headspace Marketing to help grow the brand in Canada. In a release, Chris Mahony, executive director at Go RVing Canada, said the agencies’ “passion for creative ideas, ability to discuss our business and understanding of our objectives were ultimately the […]

Go RVing Canada has hired Toronto agencies DS+P (formerly known as Doug & Serge) and Headspace Marketing to help grow the brand in Canada.

In a release, Chris Mahony, executive director at Go RVing Canada, said the agencies’ “passion for creative ideas, ability to discuss our business and understanding of our objectives were ultimately the deciding factors in the decision.”

This is the first account win for DS+P since the agency rebranded and added creative duo Denise Rossetto and Todd Mackie to its team. In February, Rossetto and Mackie joined the agency as partners.

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