06.27.17

What’s in a Name?

ZTE, the world’s fourth largest manufacturer of cell phone handsets, has been a SullivanPerkins client for the past three years. Among our tasks: product naming, which presents a considerable challenge in the world of handhelds, since there have been hundreds and hundreds of models introduced and named. Have a phone that has fast processing capability? Don’t…

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kosmos

06.20.17

It’s A Gas!

One of the pleasures of our business is serving remarkable businesses in a variety of industries. None is more remarkable than Kosmos Energy, our client in Dallas that goes offshore West Africa, drills 12,000 feet down into the ocean, and finds the hydrocarbons that remain essential to life in the developed world and to the…

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06.13.17

Lawyering Up

As a marketing communications firm, there is no greater privilege than being at the table with clients who are truly making a difference in the world, and thus being able to make a contribution, however modest, to that positive difference. That is in fact our mission at SullivanPerkins. On Saturday, May 20th, we had the…

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bnsf annual review cover

06.12.17

Warren Piece

BNSF Railway is part of the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio of great American businesses. SullivanPerkins has had the privilege of serving BNSF for over a decade, producing marketing and corporate communications materials in a variety of formats, print and digital. For this year’s Berkshire shareholder’s meeting, held in Omaha in May, we produced and delivered BNSF’s…

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UNT College of Law Accreditation | SullivanPerkins

06.07.17

All Rise!

Congratulations to our friends at UNT Dallas College of Law on receiving provisional approval for accreditation. It’s a big step and a validation of its innovative approach for this new public law school in downtown Dallas, whose first graduates are preparing for the bar exam right now. Let’s all rise and celebrate!

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designer_v_squirrel

06.05.17

Designer Vs. Squirrel

Squirrelly excuse! A few weeks ago, the following email sequence appeared in our inboxes (note: Michelle is our office manager, Kelly and Brett are senior designers, Hayden is the account manager who you might remember from Opening Day of the baseball season last year): Michele Mitchell: Kelly is running late because he has a squirrel problem…

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Kitchen Dog Theater | Trevor | SullivanPerkins

06.02.17

Tina in Texas (Monthly)!

SullivanPerkins supports Kitchen Dog Theater with pro bono work promoting all productions. We’ve been design volunteers for a decade and more. Here’s the poster for Trevor, a play just ended but referred to in the Texas Monthly article. What hasn’t ended is the need to get Kitchen Dog out of the dog house of temporary…

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Dr. Ed Cary, Southwestern Medical Foundation

05.25.17

Of Course, Of Course

When you see UT Southwestern medical students wearing “Thank you, Ed” t-shirts, you might ask, “Who’s Ed, and what are you thanking him for?” That or, “Who’s the guy on that t-shirt with the AWESOME mustache?” Both are completely valid questions, which we hope you will ask. SullivanPerkins designed the “Thanks, Ed” t-shirts to celebrate…

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The Keir Collection of Islamic Art presented by Kosmos Energy | Dallas Museum of Art

04.07.17

Exhibiting A Commitment

              This April, from the 18th to the 28th, the Dallas Museum of Art will open The Keir Collection of Islamic Art gallery, a newly redesigned exhibition space displaying selected works from one of the world’s most comprehensive private collections of Islamic art. The gallery is the latest phase…

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InARelationship

02.14.17

In A Relationship

This month, an email showed up in our inbox with an article from McKinsey. The consultancy offers advice on how  marketers can “get the most” from their outside marketing agencies in the year ahead. The assumption is multiple agencies, specialized tasks. Our initial response is to provide our own answer, which might be “play to…

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