Candy Cane Memory Lane

It’s a sweet time of year. The cold outside is no match for the warmth of the season that has us bubbling over with good wishes and glad tidings.

In the spirit of the season, we want to share how grateful we are to do what we do. Bajillion Agency and MotoVike Films are nothing without the people who allow us to do creative work on their behalf. It’s truly an honor.

Before all this warmth has us sweaty-eyed, we want to invite you to indulge in a trip down memory lane to look back on all the sweet things we got to do this year.

Pepperminty fresh digs

At the beginning of the year, our agency was housed in increasingly tight quarters, and it wasn’t from the candy. With a fast-growing team and a love for throwing parties, space just wasn’t working for us anymore.

In May, we made the move to a spacious converted warehouse downtown. The new digs have made a huge difference for our clients and our team. This video about sums it up:

Every day we’re trufflin’

We’re not going to lie, the creative process isn’t always sweetness and light. It’s messy. It’s hard. It can be sour sometimes. But the end result is always worth it.

These work samples emerged from our creative process this year and we are extra proud to share them with you:

GreenTouch Tree and Lawn Care got a full rebrand, including a logo, website, key messaging, and branding elements. The rebrand modernizes the company and brings the focus of their marketing to what sets them apart from their competitors.

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation wrapped a five-year project testing a backlog of sexual assault kits. In conjunction, we partnered with them to launch a public awareness campaign that calls attention to the realities of sexual assault while combating misperceptions. The landing page features conversation guides that empower readers with a trauma-informed mindset when they help victims of sexual assault.

Kansas Turf is a fast-growing sports construction business expanding into new territory. They needed to rebrand with a neutral name and assets to reflect their cutting edge company. We brainstormed the name Mammoth Sports Construction, and built their brand from the ground up. The Mammoth website reflects the passion they have for athletics and community building.

Skinner Garden Store is a trusted Topeka business that was in need of an updated website, logo, key messaging, and identity suite. We modernized their logo while retaining its classic look to pay homage to the longevity of the business. Beautiful new photography featuring their store, staff, and products give customers a glimpse of what to expect when they visit Skinner.

Larned, Kansas wanted to grow local pride and community engagement. We partnered with them to develop the Love Larned campaign, complete with a video, social media posts, and a love letter sent to each household in the city, signed by the city itself. The results were overwhelmingly positive, with residents sharing why they love their city and how they will participate in the Say, Serve, and Spend initiative.

No fudge in these numbers

In 2019:

Bajillion designed, wrote, and built 28 websites 

MotoVike Films produced 209 videos, including marketing videos, microcontent, graphic animations, training videos, recruiting pieces, hype videos, internal videos for Bajillion, MotoVike, and ActionCOACH.

The team drank about 11,000 cups of coffee (seriously, we counted)

Bajillion designed 23 brand new logos 

The team sent about 23,000 messages in Slack

MotoVike Filmed in five different states and two different countries

Seven team members were added

Sweet treats in store for 2020

Bajillion is launching a podcast! Look for it in the first part of the year and tune in for business and marketing strategy discussions.

This year, a goal we have worked toward for three years came to fruition. You’ll start seeing the work we’re producing for this account emerge publicly in 2020. We can’t wait to share it with you.

From all of us at Bajillion Agency and MotoVike Films

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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