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We're a marketing communications agency with a few key areas of focus: outdoor recreation, agribusiness, construction, health care, regional brands and the green industry.

We help brands grow by understanding the people who live them, and forging a Real Connection™ between the two.

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Featured Work

Runza
Regional Brands

2013-2014 Brand Campaign

FMC
Agribusiness

Brigade

Omaha Convention and Visitors Bureau
Regional Brands

Welcome to the Weekend

Minn Kota
Outdoor Recreation

Fortrex Launch

E-Z-GO
Green Industry

2Five: Go On-Roading

Blue Blood Brewing Company
Regional Brands

10 Series Introduction

Union Bank
Regional Brands

Make Dreams a Reality

Cushman
Green Industry, Construction

Let’s Work

Nosler
Outdoor Recreation

Trophy Grade Lottery

Redfield
Outdoor Recreation

No Excuses

BlueCross BlueShield
Health Care

One Less Thing to Worry About™

Berkley
Outdoor Recreation

Tackle Box Giveaway

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From Our Blog

SR Tunesday: Wade's Playlist

Sep
30

We've asked different SR employees to share the Spotify playlists they use to stay productive from day-to-day - whether they're coding a website, laying out a catalog or crafting a creative brief. We'll share them on Tuesday from time to time here at Orange Dot as part of our Swanson Russell Tunesday series.

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Posted under: Agency

Tips on Developing Physician Support for Marketing

Sep
26

As we continue to see a rise in physician-lead healthcare organizations as well as mergers and acquisitions of physician practices into large health systems, it’s even more important for marketers to establish trusting relationships with physicians and build credibility as you lead them through marketing strategy. We’ve compiled several ideas to get you started.

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Posted under: Health Care, Strategy

A Stone’s Throw Away from Perfection: Growing Up in the Country

Sep
24

You never know what to expect when you grow up on a remote cow-calf ranch in the middle of South Dakota. Country kids learn at an early age to take life in stride, do their part and survive despite the fact that 35 miles of poorly maintained dirt and gravel roads separate you from the nearest grocery store, theater, or anyone you’re not related to.

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Posted under: Agribusiness, Creative