A youth golf nonprofit gets PR help ahead of its reopening of Belmont Golf Course, and a downtown agency wraps up its “Thanks for Giving a Crap” campaign.
Two agencies name new partners, a container retail chain gets local promotional help, and a Richmond food tour company gets a rebrand.
The vice president at PR firm Padilla starts most of her workdays riding her horse in Manakin-Sabot, and they compete in shows on weekends.
A state agency highlights construction at Capitol Square with help from a Shockoe Bottom firm, and a university in New Jersey gets ads from a Richmond shop.
Elevation brought together Squatty Potty and the maker of a beer called Unicorn Farts for Colon Cancer Awareness Month.
Brandcenter alums have a hand in several Super Bowl ads, and a state real estate group gets a coffee table book from a downtown agency.
Two economic development groups receive work from local shops, and a Richmond radio station is planning a social media ad campaign.
It joins Guitar Center, J. Crew, Pier 1 Imports, Lord & Taylor, and many others that have filed Chapter 11 in Richmond over the last 12 months.
The Martin Agency rolls out its latest ads for CarMax, promotions at Padilla, and the Town of Ashland gets a rebrand.
The “Faces of Your Downtown” series aims to change the perception of downtown as a place of empty streets and boarded-up storefronts.