Richmond Ballet gets a redesigned website, a local agency and photographer team up for a national memorial foundation campaign, and VCU kicks off its second “Camp ADventure” program.
The replica trophies are now collector’s items, as the Advertising Club of Richmond is retiring the design due to a connection to Richmond’s Confederate history.
A public health campaign promotes COVID vaccinations, a tourism group releases new ads, and a PR firm secures media coverage of an excavation project in Colonial Williamsburg.
Farmers’ markets get branding assists from local agencies, a cryptocurrency exchange operator hires a downtown firm, and a production studio shoots videos for two Richmond musicians.
Maymont promotes animal adoptions with a local campaign, Duke’s Mayonnaise picks a Scott’s Addition firm as its lead agency, and a Brandcenter administrator gets a promotion.
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.