Highlights of our work from some of our favorite accounts.
All Under One Flag became the Checkered Flag mantra for many years. It just made sense, with those huge, beautiful checkered flags waving overhead at all their locations up and down Virginia Beach Blvd., we believed it spoke of stability and longevity. And with those come integrity and honesty.
In a region of cities, counties, and towns that have never cooperated much on anything, the Hampton Roads Economic Development Association was one of the shining lights of hope. Committed to economic regionalism, HREDA worked hard for all parties. We were proud to take up the regionalism fight with them –challenging as it was… and remains.
Personal injury law can be one of those smarmy businesses – people often call them ambulance chasers. But there are reputable, respectable firms that truly help those in need. Those tend to want their advertising respectable too — not screaming loud – not a hammer punching through your television at home.
The Christian Broadcasting Network understands quality. Their missions and their work is always of the highest standards. We had the chance to advertise and promote one of their campaigns when they launched a series of short animations bringing the Bible to life for young viewers.
The marketing director at this time in COX history was aware that the cable company needed to humanize the new corporate theme line: Your Friend In The Digital Age. Seventh Point advertising and production was able to capture the human side of this enormous, oft-considered cold and indifferent, company.
Always controversial. Always a lively conversation starter. Seventh Point’s Transportation PR took on the challenge of showing Light Rail and people who appreciated and understood its value.
It was the anniversary year for one of the most notable car dealers in this community – 50 years of service.
In a region of cities, counties, and towns that have never cooperated much on anything, the HREDA was one of the shining lights of hope. We were proud to create advertising and materials for them to take on the fight for economic cooperation and regionalism.
Faced with a challenge – how to merge two well-known bank logos for two highly respected banks. Two banks merge — Monarch Bank and TowneBank. Monarch’s logo and moniker was a monarch butterfly. This simple animated banner ad shows how our Creative Director pulled the two together.
When Checkered Flag began construction of the service lanes at their new Hyundai World facility, they wanted it to be something special… more than just white and grey walls. It had to be visually exciting and an expression of the Checkered Flag brand.