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First Colebrook Bank Selects Burke Advertising

We are proud to announce that First Colebrook Bank has selected Burke Advertising as their agency of record. In this role, we will provide strategic consulting, media planning, online marketing and campaign development services. We are all excited for this opportunity to partner with one of New Hampshire's iconic financial brands.

First Colebrook has locations in the southern, central, northern and seacoast regions of New Hampshire. With roots that can be traced back to 1889, First Colebrook is one of the state's most established banking institutions. Burke Advertising is thrilled to be working with this well respected company and their team.

The Story of The Loved Cub

Burke Advertising has produced a new video to help tell the story of the Loved Cub. This video targets both anxious parents and those who want to preserve a treasured fabric. The Loved Cub transforms precious material into a cute bear that lasts forever. The video can be seen on the new website, which we also created, at www.lovedcub.com

Great Fun for a Great Cause Special Olympics NH

Burke Advertising is proud to offer our public relations services to Special Olympics New Hampshire. We first helped this great organization get the word out about their Annual Penguin Plunge. Supporters had fun jumping into the Atlantic on February 5th while supporting Special Olympics athletes.


Proceeds from the Penguin Plunge help fund equipment, uniforms and year-round training for local Special Olympics New Hampshire athletes. Learn about the Special Olympics and donate today at http://www.sonh.org

Connecting Campaign Launched for Rivier College

"Connecting" and "connections" are words we heard over and over at a focus group we conducted with potential college students. These powerful words helped us develop the new campaign for Rivier College. From current students to our focus groups, we heard people say how they want to connect with their college or university. They also want to connect to their future and this concept helped us create the new "Connecting You to Your Future" campaign.


This concept fit with moving tablet graphics in the new television spot we produced. Click here to check out the new spot.

Preserving The Past at Banks

Banks Autos has been a proud Chevy dealer for over 60 years. To show their pride, they refurbished their Chevrolet sign from 1957, and placed at their new facility.

It's a sign of looking to the future, without forgetting their past! Come check it out in the service center at Banks.

On Location With Sports Legends New England

It has been a busy few months as we move into season three of Sports Legends New England. The Burke Advertising team has been on location for some great interviews by Bob Lobel and Jack Heath.

Look for new broadcasts including Red Sox legends "Oil Can" Boyd and Rico Petrocelli, Bruins Legends Bobby Carpenter and Andy Brickley and "The Fighter" Irish Micky Ward.


Watch weekends on: WBIN-TV Boston & WPME in Potland Maine

To see the video clips and other Sports Legends, please visit
www.sportslegendsnewengland.com

Free Granite Makes A Solid Promo

Ripano Stoneworks is recognized nationally for being the Fabricator of the Year and wanted to give back to their loyal customer base and reach those who could be future potential customers.

We decided that a free granite countertop was a quality prize and would get current and prospective customers excited while advertising Ripano's extensive inventory of granite and generations of knowledge and technology.

Check out the Ripano TV spot featuring the granite countertop giveaway here.

Or visit their website www.ripano.com.

B.A. Book Corner - Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

It is no secret that Steve Jobs is one of the most influential business leaders and entrepreneurs of all time. He was a visionary who affected the lives of almost every American whether they know it or not. If you look at the industries and people he has affected you can't help but recognize how he has left his imprint on the world for a long time to come.

He had an unshakable quest for perfection, style, design and maybe most importantly, functionality. A few years ago I read John Sculley's autobiography Odyssey, and I could not help but be fascinated by Steve Jobs and his decisions in life. There are so many stories about his temper and demands that he seemed like nothing more than a punk at times. Now with Walter Isaacson's unprecedented access to this extraordinary man and the people in his life, we finally have an accurate representation of what made him tick throughout the years.


Walter Isaacson gives the good, the bad and yes, the ugly Steve Jobs. He was a complex c…