Lo and behold, the supplement had a crossword. Some advertisers pay good money for a professionally done puzzle, but this one didn't (although there is one "constructor" who posts online whose ability to get work astounds me; perhaps the puzzle was by that person). Anyway, here's the puzzle.
Where to begin? ReKnowned, looonggg dashes of varying lengths and spacing, "Puffy Combs, plural" for SEANS, Dino___ for SAUR, A NEO crossing A PEA (and A MET is in there, too), ALUL and ATAR, a random period after 36A, "Halloween's home" for OCT, and obscure acronym TMPG. And the company's name 4 times in the grid (though I guess that's OK in a self-promoting puzzle).
The tagline is, "Want work that's as smart as it is creative? As effective as it is innovative? Get a clue. Call Gyro."
Um, no thanks, I'll pass.