Portfolio

  • Bear Rock Cafe

    We helped North Carolina-based Bear Rock Cafe build awareness and grow from regional favorite to national franchise in the competitive quick-casual restaurant segment. Working in cooperation with Crittenden Advertising, Bear Rock was positioned as the “Mountain Fresh” restaurant in all communications. A strategy that fueled attention among prospect franchisees and drove restaurant traffic in locations across the state […]

  • National Children’s Study

    From 2008-2010, our work with the National Children’s Study helped to build a foundation for awareness in Duplin and Durham Counties and launch the largest, long-term health study in U.S. history. Through inviting design and messaging we created brand continuity aimed at reaching local families. Advertising included print, billboard, television, radio and “environmental” on grocery store floors.

  • Tribute Pizza Place

    We created an uplifting brand to position Tribute Pizza Place as a unique destination for teams and families. One that brings place back to the enjoyment of pizza.

  • Southern Industrial

    Local and national media featured Southern Crane’s installation of U2’s giant stage for the 360 Tour in Raleigh in 2009. Using three cranes over four days, Southern Crane lifted into place and disassembled the massive structure. Our announcement received coverage in media around the world, including U2 fan websites. It takes creative thinking to promote the […]

  • YWCA

    Beginning in 2007, we fundamentally redesigned the YWCA brand to better communicate their many programs and services. Our efforts included rebranding their passenger vans, painting a 28-foot mural on the side of the building, and helping the organization raise more than one-half million dollars over four years. We rolled up our sleeves with YWCA staff to communicate at a grassroots level and help empower women of low-resource.

  • Blount Street Commons

    Blount Street Commons is a great example of a brand ‘on’ public relations. This redevelopment of 21 acres of historic property in downtown Raleigh had a sky-high profile while working with us in ’07-’08.

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