Tagged: stone ward

Heide Harrell to Lead Communications, Marketing at Rose Law Firm

by Kyle Massey 4/17/2018 11:25 am

Veteran Little Rock public relations professional Heide Harrell, who left the Stone Ward agency downtown at the end of last year, has joined The Rose Law Firm as a key cog in the firm's plans to grow its business.

Some Companies Say Dogs Make for a Lower-Stress Workplace

by Sarah Campbell-Miller 4/9/2018 12:00 am

Having dogs at work sets a fun tone and reduces employee stress, three Arkansas companies that welcome them in their offices told Arkansas Business.

Beacons Engage Visitors at Arkansas Arts Center

by Sarah Campbell-Miller 2/26/2018 12:00 am

The Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock launched its first beacon program last month, offering a new way for visitors to engage with its exhibition of American artist John Marin’s drawings and watercolors.

Brooke Vines, Bill Brookshire Partner Up

by Kyle Massey 2/23/2018 9:28 am

Bill Brookshire has left his post as creative director at Little Rock marketing agency Stone Ward to partner with Brooke Vines in a new venture called Vines Brookshire.

Super Bowl Commercials: Tide Cleans Up, Alexa Speaks

by Kyle Massey 2/12/2018 12:00 am

Tide scored nearly a clean sweep, Alexa’s voice came through for Amazon and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s voice was hijacked by Dodge Ram.

Eclectic Career Leads Nodelman to Stone Ward

by Kyle Massey 1/22/2018 9:34 am

Larry Stone wasn't looking for a new creative chieftain at Little Rock advertising agency Stone Ward, but he embraced an unexpected opportunity in the case of Jeffrey Nodelman.

Working Like a Dog At Stone Ward, Playfully

by Kyle Massey 1/22/2018 12:00 am

Stone Ward's employees in downtown Little Rock and Chicago find that fun and games — among other amenities — leaven a stressful workload at the advertising agency.

Where Film Meets Clip: Inside a TV Ad Shoot

by Kyle Massey 11/20/2017 12:00 am

For nine years, Stone Ward and 360 Filmworks have produced Sport Clips’ national TV commercials in central Arkansas.

'Dear Little Rock' Does City A Disservice (Blake Rutherford Commentary)

by Blake Rutherford 11/8/2017 10:36 am

"What also confused me about 'Dear Little Rock' was that it professed to be an 'intervention.' Huh?"

Ghidotti Picked to Help Police Attract Recruits

by Kyle Massey 10/30/2017 4:18 pm

As Natalie Ghidotti begins a mission to attract women and minority applicants for more than 50 vacancies on the Little Rock police force, she won’t be using an image of a man covered in SWAT gear as her poster boy.

When Little Rock Jilted Amazon: Tale of a Breakup Letter

by Kyle Massey 10/30/2017 12:00 am

The whirlwind week of #lovelittlerock started when Millie Ward got a call from Little Rock Regional Chamber's Jay Chesshir, who thought that while 238 cities were pitching to land Amazon, Little Rock could make some noise by saying no.

Rejecting Amazon, Little Rock Launches New Campaign

by Sarah Campbell-Miller 10/19/2017 11:02 am

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola says the city will not submit a bid to be home to Amazon's second North American headquarters. Instead, it has used the occasion to launch a promotional campaign called "Love, Little Rock."

Honda Dealers Hitch Their Marketing With Stone Ward

by Kyle Massey 6/26/2017 3:12 pm

Stone Ward has a new client, the South Central Honda Dealers Association, and the ad agency will be developing new creative concepts for the group of seven Honda dealerships in three states.

Stone & Ward Reflect, From Leno to Picasso

by Kyle Massey 4/24/2017 12:00 am

Stone Ward's Millie Ward and Larry Stone have struck a good work-and-home-life balance: They draw no dividing line.

An Out-of-State Ad Firm for Arkansas Tourism? Unlikely, but Possible

by Kyle Massey 3/27/2017 12:00 am

Will the state of Arkansas award its biggest advertising contract to an out-of-state agency? Little Rock marketing pros think probably not, but the idea isn’t inconceivable.

Digital Strategy Leader Bryan Jones Clicks with Stone Ward

by Kyle Massey 3/13/2017 12:00 am

Bryan Jones was settled in self-employed awesomeness after more than a decade at Little Rock advertising agencies CJRW and Eric Rob & Isaac. Then Stone Ward gave him the summons he wanted.

13 Firms Make Bids for Arkansas' $14M Parks & Tourism Ad Business

by Kyle Massey 3/8/2017 3:24 pm

Longtime state tourism marketer CJRW is one of 13 advertising firms from several states competing for the state's largest ad contract, the $14 million-a-year pact for promoting the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism.

Arkansas Marketers Call Their Plays on Super Bowl Ads

by Kyle Massey 2/13/2017 12:00 am

Little Rock ad man Chip Culpepper thinks this year’s Super Bowl commercials were a lot like the game itself: “Only about a quarter worth watching.”

Little Rock, Big Hero: Millie Ward

by Nicola Kavanagh-Trinidade 12/8/2016 4:56 am

Millie Ward, volunteer and board member at Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches, reminds us of the importance of a loving environment.

Stone Ward's Tom Lillig Shares Cubs Stories

by Arkansas Business Staff 11/14/2016 12:00 am

The 10-inning Game 7 triumph ended a 108-year championship drought for the Cubs and warmed the hearts of just about anybody who has ever pulled for an underdog. But for Tom Lillig, director of brand management at the Chicago office of Little Rock’s Stone Ward advertising agency, it was validation of a lifetime of loyalty and championship hopes.