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Kevin, our creative director, had the opportunity to be right at a client’s side when he assisted CARBO with their trade show booth at the ATCE 2012 conference in San Antonio last week. The venerable, 88-year-old annual oil and gas conference attracts thousands of attendees from around the world.
We worked on CARBO’s booth as well as their marketing materials leading up to the event. Check out these photos, straight from the trade show floor, including a few from the swanky Club CARBO party.
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CARBO and CS Creative were selected as finalists in four categories:
As we took home the Crystal Award for the best B2B marketing campaign! Cindy attended the event with Steve, Lara and Cynthia, the marketing team from CARBO. You can see by the photos that they had way too much fun!
Congratulations to everyone on a successful (and now award-winning) campaign!
Comments (0) May 23 2012
Because the happy hour was held right before Easter, we had two holiday-themed activities. One was an egg decorating contest; our waitress chose the winner (so that judging wouldn’t be biased). The other was a guessing contest, where entrants had to guess the number of Reese’s peanut butter eggs in a huge Easter egg; the person closest to the actual number won the candy-filled egg!
Our egg-cellent assortment of entries for the decorating contest. Which two eggs do you think were chosen as the winners?
Tanya presents Jorge the intern with one of this prizes. He tied with Cindy for best design in the egg decorating contest, and he also guessed closest on the number of Reese’s. Winning!
As usual, a great time was had by all. To see all of the pictures from our happy hour, visit our Facebook page.
Comments (1) Apr 11 2012
CS Creative was honored in three categories:
We love being acknowledged for great design, but the Quill Awards are especially meaningful because they recognize excellence in the field of business communication for creativity and strategic thinking. That translated to business benefits for our clients, and that’s a really big deal to us.
Comments (1) Mar 14 2012
Instead of using generic images, we wanted to showcase girls who have actually been impacted by Dream Angels. Everyone had a great time at the photo shoot and was inspired by the girls, their stories and their dreams. It was particularly fun and rewarding to talk to the girls about their lives and whom they look to for inspiration. They wanted to know about me, my job and what I’ve done to be where I am today. Plus they all enjoyed being pampered and primped by hair and makeup professionals for the shoot!
“The rebranding has a very positive effect on our organization and our marketing efforts,” said Alma Garcia, president of Dream Angels. “It’s allowing us to more effectively share our message and our mission with donors, supporters and the media. It really tells a great story about us and the girls we support.”
As a lot of you know, we have a wonderful relationship with the Women’s Business Council Southwest. As a council member and the CS Creative account director, I was able to reach out to other council members to create a virtual “Dream Team” of partners. The mission of Dream Angels resonated with this team of mostly women- or minority-owned businesses in a meaningful way. Our volunteer team included 1400 Words, Greg Booth and Associates Photography, Alliance of Diversity Printers, Carl Reeves, The Campbell Agency and The Clutts Agency. Through these partnerships we were able to not only help Dream Angels with their mission, but also help remind us all of the importance of giving back.
If you’d like to learn more about Dream Angels and support their mission, please visit their website.
Comments (3) Mar 07 2012
Glad to be on-board here at CS Creative! I’ve most recently come from SMU working as a multimedia developer. However before that I worked building models for Air Force Simulators, as a graphic designer, and building engineering applications for Halliburton. I got my Bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting and Illustration from Miami University (of Ohio). I am also very interested in history, and received my minor in Archeology. During my time at SMU for graduate school I received my masters in Interactive Technology focusing in production art. I’ve done several small contracts for game studios around the DFW area as well.
I enjoy traveling and seeing new places, history, sports and outdoors activities like snowboarding, skiing, and hiking. I’m also a fairly big nerd so feel free discuss the most recent game releases to the Battle of Waterloo, chances are I’m up for a good conversation! I look forward to working with and getting to know you all.”
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