A Triumph of Hope

The typical advice for “business content” is to offer material of use to your clients. In the video below, we are sharing instead, and with permission, one of the more extraordinary life events in the life of our firm; it’s a video about a colleague’s triumph over illness. It’s a triumph of hope. For all…

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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…

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Her Story is One for the Books

Our bookkeeper Rhonda Jenkins typically keeps our books balanced with a smile. But a recent article in the Garland Texan also reminded us how Rhonda’s unfailingly upbeat attitude can help us all take account of what’s truly important in life. She’s been battling Stage 4 Cancer for years, and now, with the help of a…

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Hayden Calls In Sick (aka, Opening Day, Monday, April 4)

A picture is worth a thousand words. Hayden, one of our intrepid account managers, was “sick” earlier this week. It’s okay, Hayden, the team here covered for you. And given the status of the food at Globe Life Stadium, the good news is that you weren’t actually sick the following day.

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SullivanPerkins Moving


We’ve Moved!

The lights at our new address are on.

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Train Tracks

As we go about our daily business, it’s fair to say that trains are on the brains here at SullivanPerkins. Our work for BNSF Railway has evolved into a delight for all things train related, from the toy trains that adorn our desks to the special place that trains have in popular song. In fact,…

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A Pro At Pro Bono

Senior designer Kelly Allen is an old dog with new tricks when it comes to producing posters for Kitchen Dog Theater, one of our longstanding pro bono clients. Kelly leads the collective SullivanPerkins effort for KDT. Above, designer Bryant Canzoneri’s work for the show running now through June 27. The Firestorm at KDT is a…

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One Man’s Trash

Actually, it’s one company’s recycling, and it’s really only one container among many at SullivanPerkins. We owe a debt of thanks to Anna B, a high school senior who is spending a few hours in our offices several afternoons a week this semester (Anna will be off to Pratt or RISD next year in all…

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Mary Cecil – Mother, Sister, Colleague

Mary Cecil was a long-time client of SullivanPerkins when she held senior positions at GTE and Verizon, and Mary later became a colleague as a talented member of our staff. She retired from SullivanPerkins in June of 2014 to devote full time to her family and to her health. Her death on February 23 diminishes…

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Senior Writer Michael Langley was feted at a company cocktail party and dinner in December, hosted at Savor, the tasty venue in Klyde Warren Park. For such a gifted writer, the only gift was a custom card, designed by SullivanPerkins colleagues and signed by staff.  

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