Skip to main content


Showing posts from June, 2016

Consumers Like Contests

Who doesn’t like to be a winner? Get creative with your contests. This promotion we created for Lawn Dawg included a $3,000 Backyard Shopping Spree prize. But it’s not always the actual value of the prize that excites consumers – it’s the perceived value. Consumers like contests. Congratulations to the Millers of Randolph, MA for winning Lawn Dawg's Backyard Shopping Spree.

On Location with Joe Andruzzi

On location today with Patriot's Legend Joe Andruzzi at his annual Joe Andruzzi & Friends Golf Tournament. #legendsboston

How to use Hashtags to Build Your Brand

Hashtags are still alive and widely used. You see them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+… just about every social media site, so it’s important to know how to strategically implement them to expand the reach of your content, build up your brand, target your audiences or even boost your SEO. We helped the Academy of Notre Dame engage with their community at graduation this year through a hashtag photo contest with our campaign #NDAprepared . Using a social media wall to collect and display all social media interaction in one social hub, the Academy got authentic images of the day they could share with all.

At The Boy Scouts Distinguish Citizens Awards Dinner

At Boy Scouts Distinguish Citizens Awards Dinner. Congratulations to both Dianne Mercier and iHeart Media. ‪#‎nhcares‬ .

On Location With Master Roofers

Beautiful day for a photo shoot at the Bedford Town Hall for our client, Master Roofers.

What happens when you go viral?

Who is Jack Aiello? What happens when you go viral? A name you may not have heard of last month is now the top "Jack" in a Google search and here is why!

Our “Ask Your Neighbors” Campaign for Unitil

Why is summer the best time to switch to natural gas? Just ask Windy & Keith, customers of our client Unitil, in this 2016 campaign we created.

Direct Targeting Using A Walk Sequence

Walk sequence or carrier route mailing campaigns can be a extremely cost-effective way to target your message to a geographically-select group of people at a fraction of the cost of a rented mailing list. In this campaign we recently produced for Bill Trombly, we targeted specific areas of people we determined would produce the greatest ROI.

Elm Grove Companies Brings Micro-Living to New Hampshire with The Flats

Manchester, NH (June 2, 2016) - A first of its kind in New Hampshire, a micro-living concept called The Flats at Hanover Commons is now under construction. The full service real estate investment firm, Elm Grove Companies of Manchester is introducing this contemporary housing lifestyle. The development consists of 32 luxury appointed, yet affordably priced apartments all designed in the micro-living concept. These units have been described by Elm Grove Companies, as Min-i Flats and are due to open in late summer of 2016. The Min-i Flats are based on the "micro-living" or "small house" concept that is currently finding popularity in the world's largest cities. The concept is all about maximizing the space available in smaller apartments, with functionality such as fold-out beds, and hidden storage space, to cater to individuals who desire the convenience and lifestyle of downtown urban living, without the high price tag. "We have followed the trend in mic