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Dec

Three Things for Thursday

“Dear person who played ‘Sorry’ 42 times on Valentine’s Day, what did you do?” Keeping it light this Thursday with that excerpt from Spotify’s new global outdoor ad campaign. The first article below discusses how creative messaging humanizes data points. Playing off people’s emotional connection to music is one way to engage an audience, tapping into one of the lesser-targeted …

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31
Jul

Behind the List with Mike Keenan of Keenan-Nagle Advertising Inc.

‘Good work, client success beget growth’ By Christopher Holland In today’s world, technology heavily influences the way we do business. Whether communicating via email or marketing a brand through online resources and beyond, almost every business relies on technology to disseminate its message. Advertising and marketing firms exist to help develop and grow businesses through online, print and beyond. Whether …

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31
Jul

60 years of ideas and creativity

By Brian Pedersen A lot may have changed in the advertising world since 1954. But one thing that hasn’t is the chief element that brings in business – ideas. “It’s the genesis of it all,” said Michael Keenan, president of Keenan-Nagle Advertising, Inc. in Allentown. “Everything really starts with an idea.” It sounds simple, but how those ideas translate into …

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31
Jul

Keenan-Nagle Collects Five More Awards In National Design Competition

Wins Bring Agency Total To 10 American Graphic Design Awards Over Last Two Years Allentown, Pa. — For the second year in a row, Keenan-Nagle has gone up against 8,000 of the most creative entries in the advertising and marketing industry and emerged with five American Graphic Design Awards in a competition sponsored by Graphic Design USA of New York …

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31
Jul

Keenan-Nagle Advertising Wins Five National Awards Excerpt from The Morning Call

Keenan-Nagle Advertising won five 2012 American Graphic Design Awards in the national competition sponsored by Graphic Design USA of New York City. Open to advertising agencies, graphic design firms, corporations and institutions, this year’s program drew more than 8,000 entries. Winning entries include: Embassy Bank, annual report, “Timeless Vision” Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority, annual report, “Rethink. Recover. Renew.” …

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