For the 5th year, J&S provided advertising, PR and social media for the Texas BBQ competition known as Meat Fight. D Magazine columnist and food writer Alice Laussade created the event in 2010 to raise money for the fight against Multiple Sclerosis after her brother was diagnosed. This year’s Meat Fight campaign, based on the video game Street Fighter, featured the likenesses of the 12 celebrity chefs who battled Texas Monthly BBQ Editor Daniel Vaughn. The $225,000 raised in one day, and $276,372 raised in 2018, are both new Meat Fight records. The event even gained coverage in Texas Monthly, Dallas Morning News, Food Bitch, D Magazine and Culturemap. In five years working for Meat Fight, J&S has proudly helped raise $962,372 for the cause.
Raising a Record $225,000 for Meat Fight
Purpose-Driven Branding Agency, Johnson & Sekin, Expands their Footprint to Denver with the Launch of Camp Purpose
DALLAS and DENVER, Nov. 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Johnson & Sekin, a purpose-driven branding and advertising agency creating impact for brands and causes, announced today their expansion to the Denver region with the launch of Camp Purpose, an immersive workshop experience tailored around the discovery of purpose for brands, teams, and organizations. Located on the mountainside in Pine, Colorado, the 34-acre property, known as…
Purpose-Driven Branding and Advertising Agency, Johnson & Sekin, Announces the Formation of its C-Suite
DALLAS, Jan. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Johnson & Sekin, a Dallas-based advertising and branding agency championing the power of purpose in business, announced today the formation of its C-suite appointments. Shannon Phillips is appointed chief design officer and will oversee all design and innovation aspects of products and services. She has been with Johnson & Sekin in leading design roles since 2010….
New Kid on the (Zoom) Block: Starting a Job Remotely
Some folks would say the most nerve-racking part about landing a new gig would be the interview process that precedes it. And—in most circumstances—those folks would be right. But this year, in true 2020-2021 fashion, things look a little different and the only challenge bigger than those countless rounds of interviews is actually starting your…