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Shout Out to the Avegant Glyph!

  A few weeks ago, we introduced you to the Avegant Glyph, which debuted this year at CES in Las Vegas. Avegant launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Glyph last Wednesday in hopes of raising $250,000. Not only did they reach their goal of $250,000 in under 4 hours, but they also set a Kickstarter […]

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Welcome to the Future of Media Consumption

Have you ever wished that you could get the same experience of seeing a movie in the theater while traveling on a long flight? You just don’t get that same feeling of excitement and energy without the big screen and surround sound that a movie theater provides. Well, wish no more because there is a […]

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A Hit with Home Run Inn Pizza!

  When it comes to the crowded frozen pizza category, or really any category, it is key to identify and embrace your unfair competitive advantage. Luckily for Home Run Inn, they’ve been establishing theirs for over 80 years – all natural and fresh since the first pie came off the line. This promise of integrity […]

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Congratulations to Bright Pink!

One of the most gratifying things about agency life is seeing our clients do amazing things.  Last weekend our client Bright Pink raised over $450,000 during their annual fundraiser, FabFest. The donations will fund efforts to increase breast and ovarian cancer awareness. Chicago’s very own E! News star and breast cancer survivor Giuliana Rancic hosted […]

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Serving Clients with a Cause

The specter of cancer is very real in our society, but to a small percentage of the population who carry a mutation on the BRCA1 gene, the risk is particularly worse. This mutation increases the lifetime risk of developing breast cancer by 87% and ovarian cancer by 54%. The good news is that medical science […]

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Building a digital home for a bank committed to community building

Financial services are essential for anyone who wants to prosper in the United States. Sadly, many minority and lower-income areas don’t have adequate access to the basic financial services that are essential to building wealth, obtaining loans, and purchasing big-ticket items like a car or a home. A recent study by Urban.org found that Cook County […]

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