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Boston Red Sox

We helped fix what was broken.
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Eastern Bank

We created a campaign around Eastern Bank’s central tenet: serve the underserved, and put the needs of customers and communities first.
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Red Hat

We helped generate awareness and preference for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
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Breeders' Cup

We positioned horse racing’s year-end Championships as the biggest event of the year for fans and non-fans alike.
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We helped position MedExpress as an industry leader, all while defining an emerging healthcare landscape.
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We put an American classic back on the leaderboard.
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New Balance

We launched a campaign that strengthened the New Balance brand promise of shoes that fit.
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Lynch Foundation

From Finance to Philanthropy, we celebrated The Lynch Foundation’s 25 years of quiet, but significant, dedication to elevating nonprofit organizations.
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Pop Warner

Youth football was beginning to take some big hits. So we helped Pop Warner jump out in front of the story and communicate the importance of player safety.
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Advertising. PR. Digital. We can even recommend a great little Italian place around the corner.

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October 15, 2014

Communications Rx when Ebola Hits Home

As the CDC, World Health Organization and hospitals from Atlanta to Dallas scramble to deal with Ebola, fear has infected middle America. That means people with colds or seasonal allergies are nervously asking the family doc, ‘Do you think it's Ebola?”    And that presents a communication challenge for urgent care...
October 9, 2014

The Truth About Millennials

As a millennial, I sometimes feel like a zoo animal. An exotic, mildly dangerous, feared yet coveted zoo animal. (See AdWeek’s latest field notes.) Of course, given my cohort’s $200 billion spending power, marketers’ interest makes sense. Nearly every brand needs to figure out how to relate to millennials if...
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