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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 to develop a more rewarding career 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.

Stautzenberger College
Confessions Campaign

Understanding your target audience opens the doors for focused, effective marketing. And for irritating those who aren’t your target.

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. We also aimed to get folks reflecting on their own health and sexuality, and that of their community.

12.12.17
Mikalee Byerman
Call for non profit nominations graphic
This year, we at the Estipona Group decided, as part of our #24Years24Deeds initiative, to establish the Good Deeds Fund through the Community Foundation of Western Nevada. The Fund
12.08.17
Jackie Shelton, Mikalee Byerman
For anyone who follows us on social media, you know that among the Estipona Group ranks exists a uniquely contentious (though congenial) battle of the wills: Jackie vs. Mikalee. They’ve debated
11.28.17
Mikalee Byerman
When you think of children and pajamas, your mind probably goes to cuddly snuggles, bedtime stories and cozy blankets. And this should be the reality for all children — old or young, homeless or