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There’s more than one “I” in Imagine

If you’ve been following Imagine Communications for a while, you may have noticed that we do not operate like a stereotypical marketing firm or advertising agency. Long hours and inflated egos are replaced with flexibility and a true team approach. In a team meeting last month, we were discussing the CEO of Coinbase’s claim the…
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The Joy Cart

During this recent surge in the pandemic, a family member was admitted to the hospital through the emergency room at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix. It was busy. Hospital staff didn’t have enough rooms, so they were using a recovery area in order to treat patients who were COVID-19 negative. I overheard a manager encouraging the…
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The Imagine Communications logo…reconstructed!

Earlier this year, the Imagine Communications team was tasked with an art project centered around the Imagine Communications logo. Each team member created their own interpretation of the logo, representing what they believe Imagine Communications is about. There were no rules with this project, and everyone was encouraged to create their project in whatever medium…
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By the way, Y-O-U apostrophe R-E means ‘you are,’ Y-O-U-R means ‘your’

Ross Gellar from “Friends” had his faults, but I have to agree with his grammar. I see “you’re” and “your” used incorrectly all the time, and sometimes, I feel like saying exactly what he said to Rachel in this clip. My best tip: if you are one to incorrectly switch up the two, say it…
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Read this blog written by our Public Relations Director/Photographer, Tiffannie Bond.

From one Vegas native to another

Dear Vegas Golden Knights, Here we are, the Stanley Cup Playoffs. And – although I’d be ecstatic if you won the trophy – I’m OK if you don’t, because you’ve already given this second-generation native a great gift. You shined a light on something I’ve known since I was 5 years old and watched this…
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Going viral

One of the definitions of “viral” – well, at least that pertains to what I’m about to write – is “quickly and widely spread or popularized especially by person-to-person electronic communication.” I hear about videos or photos “going viral” on “The Today Show” and referred to in casual conversation, but it’s always something that has…
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Well Played, Anheuser-Busch. Well played.

I tried not to watch too many trailers of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” before it came out. Same with “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” I would rather be surprised. I’m the same way with Super Bowl commercials. Half the fun is getting the reactions of the room you’re in when the commercials come…
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Old fashioned is still in fashion

Before radio, television and the Internet, marketing began with the spoken word. Whatever you needed, your neighbor, family member or friend was likely to know someone who could provide it and, because they personally used those services, could vouch for the person providing the service. At the heart of marketing, there are people with opinions…
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