More Anonymous T3 News

“Coming soon: More T3 lay offs. They lost JCPenney; don’t let them tell you anything else.”

I have no idea if this is true, but I’m hoping someone at T3 can make a comment in regards.

9 comments

  1. Prior to this loss, the JCP account had experienced tremendous growth every year it was at T3…all under Kate’s direction. To say that the account has been a sinking ship is totally off base.

  2. This is all so very sad. The comments on this blog are picking apart what people mostly do not know about a fellow industry creative. Is this really where we are at right now? Energy should be spent lifting one another up because we are going to all need it.

  3. Kate’s a fantastic creative who pushes innovative work, relentlessly trumpets her staff, and has the courage to challenge convention when others “anonymously” offer very weak sauce.

    I’ll proudly sign my name on this comment in support of my friend Kate. She’s good people.

    Speaking solely for myself — and likely contrary to Kate’s wishes — Robert you should be embarrassed of your gleeful moderation of this thread (Facebook screenshot calls, etc.). Shameful, personal stuff here.

  4. Chris-

    You’re right. I am a bit embarrassed. I’ve removed any comments to this post that where attacking Kate.

    I have not met Kate.

    This post was not intended to cause an attack on her.

    I call “FAIL” on myself for allowing comments that did not help move the original post along.

    Please feel free to sign your name to any comments on my blog in the future. I appreciate your openness.

  5. Good for you for removing the awful comments.

    But SHAME on you for hitting the “publish” button in the first place.

    No one person at an agency is ever solely responsible for the success — or failure — of an account or project.

    Everything else I type and erase fails in comparison to the earlier comment: “Energy should be spent lifting one another up because we are going to all need it.”

  6. Not intended as any commentary on the creative previously mentioned as part of this thread — but the statement made…

    “no one person at an agency is ever solely responsible for the success — or failure — of an account or project….

    …isn’t always true IMO

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