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After 95 successful years as Dayton’s leading advertising and marketing firm, we’re streamlining our services and embracing the opportunity for each of us to do what we do best. For more information, check out our News page.
Almost never, except when it’s a killer Margarita mix named Bad Juan! After a few potent taste tests of our own (hic!), WCH introduced Bad Juan to the Cincinnati market. Bad Juan became his own spokesperson – with an attitude. We created “bad boy” TV spots, web and transit ads. Sales were good, distributor promotions added, and in Cincinnati, “Bad never tasted so good.”
We're privileged to work with the Montgomery County Veterans Service Commission! VSC, a locally funded group, needed a plan of action to raise awareness of the services, assistance and support offered to those who serve our country. We answered their call by creating an integrated marketing package of TV spots and transit, web and newspaper ads to let vets and their families know there's always help close to home.
Creativity was brewing after the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery asked us to infuse their annual indoor/outdoor, day-to-night beer-tasting food-sampling star-gazing fundraiser with a unique look. We captured various elements inside the museum and distilled them into whimsical print and internet ads, website graphics and postcard mailings, T-shifts and posters. Year after year our fun, unique brand for "Hops" entices beer lovers from near and far to this rockin' Boonshoft event.
Sometimes it's good to re-create the wheel ... The organizers of the 2011 Miami Valley Cycling Summit needed a fresh spin on a logo and marketing tools. WCH designed a logo, posters, envelopes, a pocket brochure and a PowerPoint presentation targeting businesses for sponsorships. The result? Over 300 cycling enthusiasts from 12 cities, 40 area organizations and hundreds of cycling supporters participated in the Dayton summit!