Once More Into the Unknown

In the two short years since moving to Portland, I didn't think Josh and I would be once again facing a huge life change; but here we are. Three years ago my father passed away suddenly, something I am only recently able to talk about with someone outside of my immediate circle. I don't think... Continue Reading →

Bittersweet Ending

Over the last nine years on the road we have worked with countless clients, taken exhibits to 48 states, and been exposed to a diversity of industries. While no two tours are the same, there are some national events that tend to draw in our customers each year. You can always count on at least... Continue Reading →

In Memory Of

Last week I traveled to my hometown for a memorial dedication ceremony. My father worked for a Rural Electrical Coop for 27 years. He began his career there as an appliance technician but due to his hard work and dedication he became an irreplaceable part of the organization. From managing systems that monitored the power... Continue Reading →

Of Course We Fixed It

It's not every day that one of us has to crawl under a counter to work on plumbing but believe it when we say there is no typical day on a marketing tour!  At a recent event we had a little tiny leak one a fixed coolerJ.  Had that drain failed during a show we... Continue Reading →

Living The Brand 

One of the best parts about summer when you work in the experiential marketing field is the prospect of taking out new tours.  So many programs launch as temperatures rise and the opportunity to be a part of events that draw people out comes.  When looking at new programs there are a thousand things to learn about the... Continue Reading →

Scofflawery in Field Marketing

During dinner a few weeks back we started to both bring up examples of times we have broken the rules.  Looking back at our early days in promotional marketing, there were many times we joined crews of brand ambassadors handing out fliers and giveaways.  Rarely did we have a permit to be there.  To be frank it... Continue Reading →

Rolling In Two Directions

Well this year has brought a great deal of change and some heartbreak.  In January of this year we sat down with management and were informed that they needed us to fill some slightly new roles.  Abigail was needed in-house as project manager for new and relaunching programs.  Josh was needed in the field for... Continue Reading →

Grown-Up Field Trip – Portland

We thought it was about time to share another one of our Grown-Up Field Trips, taking in Portland.  This place is made for an GUFT.  , While we have been there a few times, the opportunity to explore had not been present as our main client has an office in the Portland area.  When we finally... Continue Reading →

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