We work with various types and sizes of organizations in both for and non-profit. From small entrepreneurial ventures to Fortune 500 companies, we are continually focused on helping our clients develop and implement effective visibility creation programs. Some highlights of our recent work are included below.
The AT&T Nation’s Football Classis brings a traditional Black College Football Classic back to DC at RFK Stadium. The Classic renews the rivalry between Howard University and Morehouse colleges after nearly 15 years. Working in the inaugural year of the event, we provided event production and support services.
We worked with Comcast, the nation’s largest internet provider, on their ambitious and comprehensive broadband adoption experiment called Internet Essentials. Focusing on the DC market only, we provided public relations and stakeholder engagement strategy and delivery, as well as delivering a visibility creation program focused on elected officials and community-based organizations. On national-level comparisons, we pushed DC to number 2 in adoption right after Chicago, Illinois.
Events DC is the new brand that brings together the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium and a host of specials events around the city. We worked with the executive team on effective branding and communications strategies, as well as event production, that would help bring visibility in DC and the surrounding area.
Penn Medicine is a world-leading health institution focused on three equally valued and inter-related missions of patient care, education and research. We worked with Penn on creation, rollout and marketing communications for an innovative new program that increased visibility and monetization of key intellectual properties.
The RFK50 Campaign celebrated the 50th year anniversary of the District of Columbia’s own Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium. We provided the campaign’s RFK Stadium 50th Anniversary dinner with event production management and support as they brought in business and political leaders, as well as athletes and coaches, to help share their favorite stories.