The Pitch: Advertising and marketing news for 10.13.20

Wythe Ave Consulting’s website for HousingForward Virginia.

Wythe Ave Consulting led the renaming and rebranding of HousingForward Virginia, formerly Housing Virginia. 903 Creative, Kelley and 28 Media were collaborators on the branding and website refresh.

Wythe Ave collaborated with Helm & Hue on the design of a new website for The Arcady Group, a local management consulting firm focused on lifesaving technologies and medications. Wythe also worked with Helm & Hue and Language Arts to rebrand and launch a website for SearchBlox, a Glen Allen-based software company.

LRL Racing added Claudia Perez as a sports marketing intern. She is a
mass communications major at VCU.

The Familiar Creatures team working on the Swagalog magazine for Hampden-Sydney College. The agency also created the online Swagablog.

Familiar Creatures completed marketing materials for Hampden-Sydney College. Work included The Swagalog, a promotional magazine that the college plans to publish three times a year. The agency also created the online Swagablog.

Workshop Digital picked up two new clients: Super Radiator Coils, a national manufacturing company, and Richmond preparatory Collegiate School. Work will include a combination of search-engine optimization and paid search services.

Workshop also is providing SEO for Keeping Current Matters, a Richmond real estate company that serves the national real estate industry. It’s doing an SEO site launch for Ghafari, a global architecture firm.

Cream Studio hired Scott Little as executive producer. He was previously at Authentic. Producer Hannah Quinn was promoted to senior producer.

Arts & Letters Creative Co. added a second office at the Power Plant at Lucky Strike building in Shockoe Bottom. The 130-person agency is retaining its home base at 1805 Highpoint Ave.

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