Local efforts to support the food and beverage industry get promotional assists from area shops, an executive producer reunites with a downtown motion graphics studio, and several ad campaigns are reworked in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The state tourism office gets promotional assists from two Richmond-area firms, a couple podcasts receive local support, and several area shops put out new work related to the coronavirus crisis.
A campaign to support restaurants affected by COVID-19 gets an assist from a local film production house and sound studio, several shops pitch in on a neighborhood business group rebrand, and a state media company gets a new ad campaign and airs a public TV show produced partially in Richmond.
A Scott’s Addition-based agency’s media services division picks up work in Roanoke, a national clothing retailer selects a Richmond firm as its creative lead, and a local sports advocacy nonprofit selects an area shop to brand an extension of the Virginia Capital Trail.
A Michigan-based agency opens a division in Richmond, a local shop’s longtime employee is named its first female president, and several local firms collaborate on new websites for area nonprofits.
A Martin Agency veteran returns to the fold as chief strategy officer, a state community college system hires a local PR firm, and industry panelists analyze Super Bowl spots and black representation in advertising in the latest roundup.
A record number of Brandcenter alums play ball on this year’s Super Bowl ads, VCU Health works with a Nashville-based agency on a campaign for Children’s Hospital of Richmond, and an area university enlists a local shop for social media marketing.
A surf park-anchored mixed-use development in the works in Chesterfield enlists a local firm for its website, a Richmond voice actor records spots for a downtown agency at a Shockoe studio, and several area shops announce promotions and new hires.
The Tuition Monster returns in a series of new spots, an area chamber of commerce releases a radio campaign promoting the Navy Hill project with help from a local agency, and several shops report new clients and hires.
A hard-iced-tea brand picks a local agency for creative and strategy work, a Richmond-based photographer picks up awards in an international competition, and an area PR firm gets a change of scenery in the latest roundup.