Advertising

 

Uncle T's Deli Market Website

The EXIT team proudly donated its talents to create the logo, direct mail, and posters for this important American Cancer Society event. Any chance we get to help in the fight to end cancer, our team is all in.

Collateral Design for ACS Totally 80's Vintage Affair

ACS Totally 80's Invite

ACS Totally 80's Invite

 

ACS Totally 80's

 

This local campaign was developed to promote an asset-based long-term-care product to a very targeted audience in Arkansas. Tactics included direct mail, print ads, and Facebook ads; all directed people to a custom landing page that provided additional product benefits, company background, and contact information.

Northington Investment Group

 

Direct Mail

 

Northington Investment Group

Northington Investment Group

 

Facebook Ads

 

Northington Investment Group

 

Microsite

 

Northington Investment Group

In this campaign, we take a very genuine approach to showcasing local people who have had their lives improved or, in some cases, saved through the services and medical expertise provided at National Park Medical Center. This is a community hospital that gives its very best to help people in Hot Springs live healthier lives. All photos were taken in Hot Springs with the help of the talented Jason Masters.

NPMC Testimonial Ad Series

 


 

 

EXIT has been a longterm marketing partner of Fairway Lawns, providing the growing regional lawn service company with brand identity, digital and social media support. We were eager to further grow their audience through a Facebook and Instagram digital marketing campaign focused on Fairway’s first application promotional pricing. The digital campaign complemented a direct mail effort.

Fairway Lawns

Fairway Lawns

Facebook Ads

In just the first 18 days of the campaign, Fairways Lawns saw an increase of 2,105% in Facebook reach and an increase of 341% in Facebook engagement.

Fairway Lawns

 

 

EXIT was honored to be asked by the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas (WFA) to design these three extremely important reports, which examine the impact of teen pregnancy and birth on education, the perceptions of the status of women, and the links between education of women and girls to Arkansas’s economic future. All three reports can be viewed in their entirety on the WFA website. A very special thank you goes out to the reports’ authors: Marisa Nelson, Dr. Kristen Jozkowski, Mara D’Amico, Dr. Sara Beth Estes, and Jay Barth.

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