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Jun
04
2014

Agency

Boomerangs

Charlie Stephan, Senior Writer/Producer

Our “boomerangs” (employees who have left for other opportunities and then returned to Swanson Russell) sat down to talk to us about what brought them back to Swanson Russell.

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Posted under: Agency

Jun
04
2014

Agency

Real Connection™: Our Agency’s Brand Promise to Clients

Brian Boesche, Partner/Chief Creative Officer

As an advertising/communications agency, we are disciples of the power of a brand and upholding a promise that is well communicated to its audience. And, while we preach these things for our clients, we also believe in its power for our own business. That’s where Real Connection™ comes in.

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Posted under: Agency, Branding

May
30
2014

Green Industry

The Big Picture: Opportunities and Threats (Part 4 of 4)

Stephanie Riekhof/Associate Account Supervisor, Jeff Deans/Writer

Adjusting to the business atmosphere isn’t a choice for green industry contractors; it’s a necessity if they hope to keep their doors open. Forward-thinking businessmen are always looking for ways to leverage opportunities and protect themselves from threats. Here is what’s on their minds.

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Posted under: Green Industry

May
28
2014

Green Industry

The Big Picture: Commercial Market Report (Part 3 of 4)

Stephanie Riekhof/Associate Account Supervisor, Jeff Deans/Writer

Staying on top of current market conditions is the first step to marketing decisions that move the needle. That’s why we are providing the Green Industry Commercial Market Report, a foundation for smart marketing strategies and campaigns for businesses that serve commercial lawn and landscaping professionals.

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Posted under: Green Industry

May
23
2014

Agribusiness

Why People Who Eat Food Should Watch Farmland

John Vogel, Writer/Producer

The thought struck James Moll while walking through a supermarket: he had no true concept about the origins of his food. Where did it come from? Who produced it? What kind of lives did they live? The Los Angeles native and Academy Award-winning filmmaker then began a quest to find the answers. So, what kind of movie does an urbanized, toast-of-Hollywood director make about farming? Here are our top ten reasons for viewing Farmland.

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Posted under: Agribusiness