Collectively, we at the Estipona Group have seen — and even experienced — resistance to the idea that Reno deserves spectacular things. We believe that sometimes, Reno has suffered from an identity crisis of sorts, seeming to buy into some of the less favorable characterizations others throw our way; that uncoordinated, sometimes haphazard development has produced bits and pieces of success, but that nothing has created that cohesive vision that Reno deserves; that the region is often labeled according to lore rather than reality.
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Marriage and Family Therapist Steven Ing, MFT MA, has hired the Estipona Group to create and implement a comprehensive rebrand and marketing communications campaign. Intended to attract a national audience, Estipona Group has created a local/regional/national strategy to connect Steven Ing and his brand with specific constituent communities.
Actually, we lied. You’ll believe it.
Because you know that headline above? Total BuzzFeed-inspired clickbait. And you happen to be savvy enough in the realm of social media to know that kind of headline never works.
More than 10,000 diaper changes will now be available to disadvantaged babies and toddlers in the Reno-Sparks area, thanks to the Estipona Group’s Diaper Duty diaper drive, held February 15 through February 29, 2016.
It’s hard to imagine that many babies and toddlers in our own community are forced to go without new, clean diapers; but that alarming reality is inspiring one local communications firm, the Estipona Group, to take action.
Estipona Group is once again asking the Reno-Sparks community to come together to donate diapers to benefit Women and Children’s Center of the Sierra (WACCS) in its second annual community-wide diaper drive campaign they are calling (with tongue firmly planted in cheek) “Diaper Duty #2.”
Reno, Nev. (January 22, 2016) – Nicole Rose Dion has joined the Estipona Group as Client Services Manager. In her new role, Dion helps Estipona clients reach their business goals by navigating projects through the agency process and getting them in front of the correct audience.
Reno, Nev. (January 19, 2016) – American Higher Education Development Corporation (AHED) has chosen the Estipona Group as its creative agency for Stautzenberger College, which has been serving Ohio since 1927, as well as the Madison and Minneapolis Media Institutes.
Erin Fuss has joined the Estipona Group as Junior Art Director, helping Estipona Group clients tell their individual stories visually.
Fuss is part athlete and part artist. She joins the Estipona Group while in her last year at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), where she’s working toward her bachelor’s degree in journalism, with a minor in art.
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