A national fitness chain rolls out its latest locally produced ads, an economic development marketing group gets a rebrand, and some area nonprofits get marketing assists.
Standout work from Richmond’s ad industry ranged from a “poo for brew” campaign for colon cancer screenings to ads promoting downtown businesses during the pandemic.
Jessica Collins’ efforts over the course of the pandemic earned the VCU professor the honorary title at this year’s Richmond Show.
A Hampton Roads microbrewery gets a rebrand from a Shockoe Bottom firm, Arts & Letters hires more Martin Agency vets, and VUU picks a local shop as its lead agency.
A downtown firm repeats as Adweek’s U.S. Agency of the Year, two national insurance companies get marketing help from Richmond, and a local agency does work for a COVID-19 testing firm.
After a year of no luck landing job interviews, the VCU grad got a gig she wasn’t expecting with some help from her singer-songwriter side.
A Richmond brewery gets a new logo and branding, a Scott’s Addition agency rolls out a state lottery campaign, and a local shop is back on Adweek’s fastest-growing agencies list.
A public media nonprofit now owns the longtime Richmond alternative newsweekly, which ceased operations in September after a 39-year run.
Virginia’s governor-elect and other GOP candidates get campaign assists from a Richmond agency, a hummus brand and downtown ad firm reunite, and a local shop swaps spots in the Slip.
Roger Neathawk and Susan Dubuque are departing and leaving President Amy Baril and CEO Brent Morris in charge of the firm.