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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: Eric's Playlist

    Nov
    11

    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, Interactive, Social Media

  • 3 Trends in Healthcare Marketing

    Nov
    07

    Embrace change. Take risks. Be brave. Be fearless. I heard a lot of this at the SHSMD (Society for Healthcare Strategy & Marketing Development) 2014 conference in San Diego this month. Sounds like we’re going into battle, doesn’t it? At times that’s exactly what it feels like as a health care marketer!

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    Posted under: Health Care

  • What I Do Around Here: Traffic

    Nov
    05

    When people ask me what my job is, I tell them that I work in the Traffic department at an advertising agency. Some ask if that means that I work in the parking lot, and some even ask if I wear a bright orange safety vest. Although I wouldn’t mind the fresh air, orange isn’t really my color.

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    Posted under: Agency