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Posted Nov 20 | 11:27am
We're looking to hire a new front-end web developer in our Tallahassee office. Good candidates are detail-oriented, marry design and usability, and can seamlessly work cat memes into any website. Any takers?
Posted Oct 22 | 10:12am
We're kicking off our Monday with a feature story in AdAge about our new campaign in Maryland, which asks: Why does Coke's marketing emphasize the sugary stuff blamed for obesity? #BurpBetter http://adage.com/article/news/maryland-based-foundation-attacks-coca-cola/244847/
Posted Oct 21 | 10:56am
Ad Age takes note of our new campaign in Maryland, which asks: Why does #Coke spend 2/3 of its marketing budget on sugary drinks when they have better beverages to offer? Do they really think we're unaware of Coke Classic, or are they just inflating consumption (and obesity)? #BurpBetter: http://adage.com/article/news/maryland-based-foundation-attacks-coca-cola/244847/
Posted Oct 14 | 04:35pm
Excited for the Horizon Foundation, our partner in the Howard County Unsweetened campaign, as their Your Voice Your Choice video contest has gained celeb support! If you know any high schoolers in Howard County, MD, send them to this site-they can meet Grammy-nominated singer Mario and win 10k (not too shabby if we do say so ourselves)
Posted Oct 14 | 03:00pm
Excited for the Horizon Foundation, our partner in the Howard County Unsweetened campaign, as their Your Voice Your Choice video contest has gained celeb support! If you know any high schoolers in Howard County, MD, send them to this site-they can meet Grammy-nominated singer Mario and win 10k (not too shabby if we do say so ourselves): http://yvyc.hocounsweetened.org/mariodoright/
Posted Oct 7 | 01:52pm
We are thrilled to see this feature story about the launch of Chaste and its signature cocktail No. 850. We love to support small businesses and the building of a great brand. http://www.waltonsun.com/news/chaste-presents-drink-850-1.212660
Posted Sep 12 | 02:13pm
3 experts. 1 event. Make sure to RSVP to FPRA's September luncheon to get answers to all your multicultural marketing questions! http://fpra-capital.org/event/multicultural-marketing-panel/
Posted Aug 21 | 10:03am
Great list of the 101 online thought leaders you need to follow from WIRED. Too bad there's no category called "Happy Hour Aficionados." We like to think we'd top that list. http://www.wired.com/magazine/2013/08/101signals/
Posted Aug 12 | 08:03pm
The Baltimore Sun is a little better today--thanks to a story it ran on HoCo Unsweetened, a campaign that we've worked on with the Horizon Foundation to swap sugary drinks for better beverages in Howard County, MD. Check out the article (and pretty cool sunglasses) below: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/howard/columbia/ph-ho-cf-better-beverages-0808-20130808,0,5534462.story
Posted Aug 2 | 10:51am
Hey Florida -- HAPPY TAX FREE WEEKEND 2013! For your shopping pleasure, here's the list of tax free items, courtesy of the Florida Retail Federation: http://www.frf.org/files/2013_sales_tax_holiday_exemptions.pdf
Posted Aug 1 | 02:44pm
Congrats to our latest and greatest MVP-- Meghan Sansivero, Project Coordinator. We'd like to say that we brought her on board solely for her research and project management chops, but in all honestly, we REALLY needed an In-Office Hula-Hooper in Chief. Two birds, one stone. http://www.saltermitchell.com/mvp/2013/august/meghan-sansivero
Posted Jun 20 | 10:46am
We made the New York Times! Well, really, our Find the Fun project made the Creative For Good website which made the New York Times..but still something we're gonna tell our mothers about. Check out the article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/20/business/media/steal-this-idea-a-campaign-urges.html?ref=todayspaper
Posted Jun 18 | 02:48pm
Know anyone who is: a) interested in contributing to our behavior change marketing team? b) crazy enough to put up with the antics of our team? If so, have them apply for the Behavior Change Marketing Intern position in our Virginia office. More details below: http://www.saltermitchell.com/internships
Posted Jun 4 | 05:44pm
One of our Orlando clients got really great -- and really well deserved -- coverage in the local newspaper this week. As many as 500 kids 12 and younger get arrested in Orange County, Florida, each year. Wraparound Orange identifies those with behavioral and emotional disorders and works with the entire family to keep these children out of jail and out of the hospital, and in school and at home with their families. It is evidenced based ... and heart-warming!
Posted May 6 | 12:44pm
A round of high-fives are in order as we learned that our Find the Fun campaign was selected by the International Academy of Visual Arts to receive a 2013 Communicator Award! If you check out the campaign case study below, we might let you join the high-five party... http://www.saltermitchell.com/case-studies/find-the-fun
Posted Apr 24 | 02:25pm
We couldn't be more excited to have our Find the Fun campaign featured as an AIGA Design for Good case study! A big pat on the back is in order for our partner, the Pinellas County Health Department, for allowing us to work on this campaign to help people get out, get active, and have some fun! http://www.aiga.org/case-study-find-the-fun/
Posted Mar 26 | 12:05pm
We're very proud to announce that commercials from Find the Fun, (our campaign to help Pinellas County residents find active fun in their communities), are up for a Telly Award! But now comes the bigger challenge--finding a really nice gown for one of our fearless leaders, Peter Mitchell--we're thinking something bright and sparkly will really bring out his eyes... http://www.youtube.com/tellyawards?x=r6vKSpG7EP0
Posted Sep 1 | 08:43am
Each month, editors at HOW magazine scour the web to find the best of the bestâ€”the Top 10 Websites for Designers. This month, SalterMitchell.com made the list.
Posted Aug 9 | 10:28am
Tallahassee-based communications and behavior change firm expands to Central Florida with new space and more services...
Posted Aug 9 | 08:30am
The news at Salter>Mitchell has changed every day since our new logo was slapped on the door three years ago...