Wins this week: Domino's, Center Parcs, Quorn

Harrison's Fund: creative account awarded to Havas after it went to pitch
Harrison's Fund: creative account awarded to Havas after it went to pitch

Campaign's weekly round-up of account wins across advertising and media.

Domino's has appointed VCCP as its lead creative and strategic agency for the UK and Ireland after a competitive pitch process. Incumbent Iris will continue to work on the pizza chain’s digital business. The agency declined to repitch for the account after Domino's called a review earlier this year.

Center Parcs, the holiday resort company, has appointed Y&R London as its UK ad agency after a competitive pitchThe move ends Center Parcs’ four-year relationship with Brothers and Sisters, which repitched for the business after a review that kicked off in January. St Luke’s also competed for the account.

Quorn has appointed Manchester-based digital agency Anything to create a global digital strategy and relaunch the brand's website as part of a £10m relaunch. Quorn's previous digital agency was Big Dog. 

Havas London has been awarded the creative account for Harrison's Fund, the Duchenne muscular dystrophy charity. The account went up for pitch after previous Havas agency AIS London was folded into Field Day (now Havas London). AIS London was behind the multiple Cannes Lion-winning campaign "I wish my son had cancer".

Recipe has won the creative account for Macmillan Cancer Support’s "Brave the shave" campaign following a pitch. "Brave the shave" launched in 2014 and invites people to shave their head and raise money for the charity.

Plan International, the humanitarian organisation for children's rights, has appointed Good Agency to review and refresh its creative offering. The incumbent is Blue Frog.

Following a four-way pitch, the charity Woodland Trust has appointed DMS to develop a DRTV campaign and proposition for its membership recruitment programme. It marks the charity’s first foray into TV advertising for seven years.

The Market Creative has won a three-year contract to take the lead on creative design services for construction and building materials company Aggregate Industries, after a three-way competitive pitch. The work was previously with two agencies, HROC and Together.

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