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Six 3 Tile
Branding

We were charged with creating a brand for a tile product – that isn’t really tile – marketed to the construction industry.

Nevada Housing Division
Home Is Possible Program

On the heels of the nation’s foreclosure crisis, the Nevada Housing Division spearheaded a solution for hard-hit Nevada. We had to convince Nevadans it was legit.

Nevada STEM Hub Brand Story

Science can be fun. Engineering can be exciting. Technology can be surprising. And STEM careers can be very rewarding — financially and otherwise. We were tasked with spreading the word.

Charter College Big Exit Campaign

Deciding to make a big change can feel overwhelming. Quitting a job to go to college qualifies as a big change. We tapped into some of the emotions surrounding the hunt for something better.

Immunize Nevada

Flu vaccines are proven to prevent flu and save lives. Yet convincing folks to get the shot is remarkably challenging. We used a healthy dose of humor and a fear of the virus to inspire action.

Ing Brand Story

We were tasked with building a brand out of sex talk. The key was getting people past the “teehee” to engage with our client’s expertise in human sexuality and deviancy. 

Race178 Social Media

Race178 hired Estipona Group to help them market a new event: Reno Running Fest. But the task was no walk (or jog) in the park - few people knew the promoter Race178 by name and there was already a slew of other running events vying for the same audience's attention.

06.18.19
Mikalee Byerman
Here are some tips about creating an e-newsletter that will engage and generate results. Especially when using doll parts, some assembly may be required. If this makes no sense, please keep reading. 
05.09.19
Mikalee Byerman
Today we celebrate 10 years of being a high-performing virtual agency, one that allows us to free our creativity, work collaboratively — and pass the savings along to our awesome clients.  
05.08.19
Jackie Shelton
There are PR lessons to be learned from the story of Pup Socks, a brand that seemingly went viral overnight — and then failed to communicate with its customers.