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cutwater

[′kət‚wȯd·ər]
(civil engineering)
A sharp-edged structure built around a bridge pier to protect it from the flow of water and material carried by the water.
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It's building awareness around the solution," said Chuck McBride, Founder & Chief Creative Officer of Cutwater.
Cutwater Cutwater is an independent ad agency and proud of it.
Created pro bono by Cutwater, the PSAs target adults in an effort to strategically breakdown stereotypes about the faces of hunger.
The problem continues to be monumental," said Chuck McBride, Founder & Chief Creative Officer of Cutwater.
About Cutwater Cutwater is an independent ad agency and proud of it.
The campaign was created by San Francisco - based ad agency Cutwater, with production and distribution funded by the ConAgra Foods Foundation, Feeding America's Leadership Partner in the fight to end child hunger.
Yet so many do," said Chuck McBride, Founder and Executive Creative Director at Cutwater.
Cutwater is guided by the creative and cultural vision of Chuck McBride, in partnership with Principals Christian Hughes and Travis Britton.
May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- CUTWATER, San Francisco, announced today it has been selected as the agency of record for the NVIDIA Corporation.
We believe CUTWATER is the right partner to help us do this.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- CUTWATER today announced the appointment of Walter Smith as President.
He is well respected by clients, understands our values and the culture we are building at Cutwater.