The Pitch: Promoting and advertising and marketing information for 7.12.22

The brand new web site for native cybersecurity agency Assura.

Assura acquired a rebrand and new website from Nez&Pez, a Charlotte, North Carolina company. The rebrand for the Henrico-based cybersecurity agency features a new emblem and tagline, “Cybersecurity uncompromised.” The company is also offering the agency with ongoing advertising and marketing work.

Alice Blue dealt with manufacturing for a brand new product launch for Sionyx, an evening imaginative and prescient cameras producer based mostly in Massachusetts. Work included a TV spot with animation and visible results created by the company in collaboration with Wisconsin-based Gunpowder Inc.

Whittington Consulting was employed by the Virginia Affiliation of Counties to revamp its web site. It launched a redesigned website for financial growth group Higher Richmond Partnershipand in addition produced a video for Hanover County Financial Growth highlighting the Dominion Power Innovation Middle.

Rocket Pop was employed by Richmond-based Future Cities for work associated to its Carver Station redevelopment. The company developed and launched web sites for the project and the development firm.

Lythos Studios created a webpage as a part of a advertising and marketing marketing campaign for Richmond enterprise listing ShopRVA. The marketing campaign entails a contest to register customers and companies for the listing.

The King Company created a recruitment and model consciousness marketing campaign for the Virginia Division of Conservation and Recreation highlighting job alternatives at state parks. The marketing campaign – referred to as “A Higher Job. Naturally.” –  contains broadcast, radio, newspaper and digital advertisements, in addition to social media, banners, flyers and public relations work.

Arts & Letters launched its first work for brand spanking new shopper Fixed Contact. The marketing campaign for the web advertising and marketing firm contains three spots that introduce its new “Critical Enterprise Relationships” model platform.

The 15– and 30-second spots painting enterprise house owners and their clients as in the event that they had been in critical private relationships with each other. The spots had been directed by David Shafei of Los Angeles-based World Conflict Seven. The marketing campaign contains TV, radio, digital, social and out-of-home advertisements.

Arts & Letters’ mural artwork for ESPN’s Fifty/50 initiative.

Arts & Letters accomplished promotional work for ESPN for its Fifty/50 initiative highlighting the fiftieth anniversary of Title IX. Work included a 30-second video, designs for a associated merchandise line and mural artwork that’s displayed this month at Seaport Sq. in New York Metropolis.

Crimson Orange Studio launched a brand new website for Impressed by the Costume. The work was tied to the Virginia-based wedding ceremony gown designer’s opening of a brand new storefront in Scottsville.

Elevation created a brand new marketing campaign for D.C.-based Propane Training & Analysis Council. Known as “The Future Is Now,” the nationwide marketing campaign highlights how propane will help decrease carbon emissions and contains two 30-second broadcast and streaming video spots, plus digital radio, digital show, and paid and natural social components. The company collaborated with Spang on the TV and video clips.

93 Octane developed a lead era marketing campaign for All Factors Broadband to advertise the native firm’s fiber broadband service to underserved areas of the state. The marketing campaign included unsolicited mail, door hangers and a landing page.

93 Octane’s touchdown web page for All Factors Broadband.

93 Octane developed a model id for Olde Towne Social Home, a wine bar opening in Rocky Mount. The company additionally developed naming, branding and a website for Vestria, a community of registered funding advisers.

The Pitch: Advertising and marketing news for 7.12.22