Tom Amico and Eric David have been creating award-winning, memorable advertising together for many years. They are the co-creators of the hugely successful Aflac Duck which transformed Aflac from an unknown insurance commodity into a brand celebrity and a smashing business success story. 

They created the current NAPA Auto Parts “NAPA Know How” campaign and most recently,  standout  healthcare  advertising for Eliquis. Their Zostovax  work featuring Terry Bradshaw was a 2016 DTC Silver winner. 

Tom and Eric had many of the business-winning campaigns for The Kaplan Thaler Group including Aflac, NAPA Auto Parts, Pfizer (Celebrex/Zoloft),  Blimpie, Outback Steakhouse, Ruby Tuesday, Revlon, Lunesta, Capital One, Burger King, Red Lobster and Sleepy’s. Other clients included Heineken, Chase, Liberty Mutual, Klondike, Nissan/Infiniti, Kmart, Clairol, Quality Inns and many P&G brands. 

They have won nearly every major industry award, including Andys, Cannes Silver and Titanium Lions, Webbys, One Show pencils, Clios and EFFIES, as well as a plaque on the Advertising Walk of Fame. 

Their work has been featured in  America's Funniest Commercials, The David Letterman Show, CNBC, ABC, CBS, Adweek, AdAge, Creativity, People,  Fortune, USA Today, The New York Times,  The Wall Street Journal and the  Harvard Business Review.