Jason Alan Snyder leads our Creative Technology and Integrated Production teams for North America. He's also an inventor with numerous patents to his name. Most recently his EMRG solar powered flashlight is garnering lots of attention from the tech world and design awards shows. And with good reason!
For the U.S. Army we helped build the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl game, where high school athletes and band members from across the nation come together for the premier All-American football game. From player and band selections, to the NFL Hall of Fame coaches, to the game, we made an unforgettable experience come alive.
In advance of their summer concert tour and partnership with Nabisco, Australian music group 5 Seconds of Summer surprised fans with special appearances in the onsite photo booth.
Besides all the great music that came out this year, there was plenty of other news happening too in the music world. Here is our top 10 of the biggest stories.
To announce a new sponsorship partnership with Australian musical group 5 Seconds of Summer, Nabisco, with the help of the guys from the band, surprised their fans at a special designed photo booth in Los Angeles.
Marty Cregg, the President of ChaseDesign (part of the Momentum family of agencies), sat down for a "Sunday Conversation" with Syracuse.com talking about his entrepreneurial start, ChaseDesign's expertise and more.
Exhibitor looks at how American Express' Rising Stars platform created reality tv-style competitions at trade shows and made stars out of the competitors while also greatly meeting American Express' business goals.
Adweek readers selected the #FriendsAreWaiting spot for Budweiser as their favorite ad of the week.
Business Insider is glad Budweiser has brought back a yellow lab for its latest hit ad, a PSA against drunk driving in a "feel-good" video spot.
Sometimes, puppies speak louder than words.
Just watch Budweiser’s new ad against drunk driving above, which centers around the bond between a man and his adorable (we repeat: adorable) dog.