We don’t have much of a liquor cabinet, but we do have a kegerator in the conference room stocked by our friends at Dale Bros.
We don’t power lunch at the Four Seasons, but we’re always up for a good Indian buffet.
We’ll never try to get you to “optimize the synergies of cross-platform social media convergence,” but we’d be happy to help you authentically connect with your customers.
Perhaps most unusual of all, we tend to care more about our clients’ success than just about anything else.
We’ve been around since the beginning of 2008, and we have a few clients who took a chance on us way back then and are still with us today. Sure, we’ve won some awards and earned a few accolades along the way. But our greatest success, the thing we’d put at the top of our award shelf if it would fit, is the fact that while we’ve grown steadily since then — without exception — every single one of those early clients has outpaced us with their own growth.
The first thing we’ll do when we start working together is get to know your business. Then, we get to know your customers. Next, we’ll improve the ways you’re communicating with those customers, and help you get more of them. We’ll learn. We’ll adapt. We help you grow.
If you’re looking for an agency to come in, throw together a quick project, and then vanish forever, you’re probably not looking for us. If, on the other hand, you’re looking for an agency that’s in it for the long-haul, a partner that will invest its passion, sweat and even the odd tear in helping your business grow, we just might be the agency you’re looking for.
The short answer is, whatever our clients need to grow. For a bit longer answer, we’ve listed some of our more common services, separated out into strategic, creative and media services.
Helping you find the best way to reach customers with your brand.
Building things that help people like your brand.
Making introductions between your brand, and your potential customers.
Dea & Andrew Crazy
Girl Talk, Jack White, Mickey Avalon
Photoshop, Google Maps & Reddit
At The Rose Bowl Flea Market
Can't Decide Between The French Press & Kegerator
The Last American Vampire, The Girl With All the Gifts, The Wright Brothers
The Car Door
The Trash Can
Cairo, Egypt & West Covina, CA
The trash can
The balcony. It's not really an object but I love going outside during the work day and that is my quickest access to it.
All of Netflix
"My Sticky Notes!"
Dodger Garden Gnome
Frozen is on repeat in our home and not by choice
I prefer Spotify, but Black Keys, Alt J, Lana Del Rey, Arctic Monkeys
Home (then... Pinterest)
Born in Lynchburg, VA, raised in Richmond, VA
Toyota 4-Runner with South Carolina plates and a Brooklyn attitude.
Malibu Farm on the Malibu pier it's my joint
The Hippie Guide to Climbing the Corporate Ladder and Other Mountains- Skip Yowell, The Harvard Psychedelic Club- Don Lattin, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test- Tom Wolf
GET DOWN FROM THERE
Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul; Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook; The 5 Love Languages
The crazy train
The orange chair
The empty kegerator
Flying Over The Handlebars
Something With Both Dragons & Wizards
The Public Library
In A Van. Down By The River.
Jackson, MS and Truckee, CA
Woven Hand, Rush, Pink Floyd
TED talks. All of them
Every Candy Section within 3 miles
My Computer Glasses
To the gym or for a walk
Born in Redondo Beach and raised in Long Beach
Purple Rain, Reservoir Dogs & Belly 3
The printer when it doesn't work
Lee's Hoagie House
HBO GO Untappd Yelp Yahoo! Fantasy Football SNKRS
Eagle Eye's Computer Glasses
Trash Can from Hell!
Home of In-N-Out (Baldwin Park)
Paper 53, Cartwheel by Target, Instagram, All Recipes, Buzzfeed
A red Tacoma with a super cool Hello Kitty sticker
Not apporpriate to say here
Waze, Snapchat, Pandora, Spotify, and YouTube
The chairs in the conference room
Ronni's candy bowl
A Big-Ass SUV
Manny The Mannequin
On The Muddy Banks Of The Mississippi
An Old Volvo
Free Cell, Crosswords & Flow Free
"I have a chest of wigs and mustaches to avoid these types of situations"
The Trashcan From 2033
The Trashcan From 2033
In a little, unincorporated area called Rowland Heights
These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls
Ella Fitzgerald, Jane Monheit, Mel Torme, Fred Astaire
Church- Singing in the choir.
The automatic trash can- it always closes before I'm ready!