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Emerging Filmmakers Promote Hot Springs

Eight student filmmakers created short films for Visit Hot Springs. The films premiered at the Malco Theater in January. read more >
Michigan actor Brandon Layne portrays Stone Bank of Mountain View spokesperson the "Stone Ranger."
Banking & Finance / Media & Marketing

‘Stone Ranger’ Saddles Up for Mountain View Bank

In full Western outfit, a yellow kerchief and a badge that turns out to be a bank logo, he’s modeled of course on Tonto’s favorite ke-mo sah-bee, but he’s actually Michigan actor and model Brandon Layne. read more >
Ben Jones of Waymack & Crew of Little Rock.
Media & Marketing

Waymack & Crew Add Jones (Movers & Shakers)

Ben Jones has been hired as a controller for Waymack & Crew of Little Rock. read more >
Natalie Gorman, left, and Shane George, two new hires on Waymack & Crew's business development team.
Media & Marketing / Small Business

Waymack Builds Business Development Team

The hirings are intended to address “an unmet gap” for professional video production in the region. read more >
Kristin Mann, a film producer who has joined Waymack & Crew
Media & Marketing / Small Business

Waymack Hires Film Producer Kristin Mann for Business Development

In addition to films, Mann has produced music videos for Sony and commercial spots. read more >
Health Care / Media & Marketing

Little Rock Video Director Gets Early Shot in the ArmLock Icon

Alan Crancer of Waymack & Crew, the Little Rock video production company, got his COVID-19 vaccination back in October — though he wasn’t certain about it at the time. read more >
Business Services / Media & Marketing / Public Companies / Retail

Who Won in Super Ads? Loretta, and a Groundhog

The game plan was simple. Not for the Super Bowl, but for judging the ads. read more >
Peloton CEO John Foley poses for photographs outside the Nasdaq stock exchange in New York City during the initial public offering of Peloton Interactive on Sept. 26.
Media & Marketing / Retail

The Peloton Girl Is OK, Sipping Gin With Friends

When Arkansas Business asked Little Rock marketing execs about the now-infamous Peloton ad, the ad men immediately dragged their wives into the conversation. Not a bad idea, asking a woman, their female colleagues said. read more >
Business Services / Insurance / Media & Marketing / Retail / Tourism

Waymack Thanks His Crew, Gives Props to Craig O’Neill

Dan Waymack, a filmmaker since age 19, retraces the arc of his career and sets the record straight on what he says are misconceptions on how Waymack & Crew wound up at Third and Main. read more >
Media & Marketing

ADDYs and Subtraction: Quest to Revive a Contest

It’s no mystery why several of Little Rock’s biggest and best advertising and marketing agencies won absolutely no awards last month at the local American Advertising Awards. They didn’t enter the contest. read more >
Media & Marketing

Waymack & Crew, Sells Agency Take 8 Awards Each in Ad Competition

The Sells Agency and Waymack & Crew Inc. of Little Rock saw their work rewarded by Arkansas’ marketing and advertising industry Feb.21, winning eight honors each at the 2019 Addy Awards. read more >
"The Heist," an advertising campaign for the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery produced by CJRW and Waymack & Crew, won platinum awards at both the Hermes Creative Awards and the Telly Awards.
Retail / Tourism

CJRW, Waymack & Crew Hit Award Jackpot for Lottery Spots

CJRW and its neighbors and frequent partners across Main Street, the video production team at Waymack & Crew, brought home some shiny trinkets last month at the Hermes Creative Awards and Telly Awards. read more >
Arkansas Parks & Tourism Department Director Kane Webb (inset) says he’s heard no industry complaints about the revamped Arkansas.com website since it was launched last month.
Business Services / Government & Politics / Tourism

Arkansas Tourism Website Reborn, With AdvertisingLock Icon

For all its images of scenic rivers, brooks and waterfalls, the most striking new feature on the state’s overhauled tourism website may be a revenue stream. read more >
The Fulk Building, at the southwest corner of 3rd and Main Streets, houses CJRW, Arkansas' largest advertising and marketing firm, in a 21,000 SF office, and an estimated $4.2 million has been invested in the project.
Business Services / Construction / Investments / Media & Marketing / Small Business / Tourism

CJRW Marks a Year as a Main Street Mainstay

When Mark Raines peeked inside the Fulk Building a couple of years ago, he couldn’t believe CJRW was considering it as a future home. The historic building at Main and Third streets in Little Rock had long been the home of Bennett’s Military Supplies. read more >