Archive of month: May 2016

What’s Really in Mind of a Destination Deciding Millennial

Millennials have lived through a recession, a war, and a mobile revolution. All of these events have shaped our opinions and behaviors in every aspect of our lives, especially how we consume information when considering travel. We watched our parents, grandparents, mentors, and virtually every adult in our immediate vicinity panic when the recession hit. […]

3 Ways Mobile Technology is Changing Mealtime Decisions

There’s no doubt that technological innovations are developing at lightning speed. New apps and digital platforms are created daily—and they have the power to scale from a few hundred users to several hundred thousand users in what seems like overnight. For QSR brands, staying ahead of this generative curve can be overwhelming, especially when we […]

parking lot pizza party

An XL cheesy thank you to “Pizza Mike” for dropping by today!  We got our holiday weekend off to a delizioso start with his award-winning pizza – voted #1 in Italy at the World Pizza Championship. You might recognize him from The Food Network’s “Great Food Truck Race.” Happy Memorial Day weekend from all the […]

duathlon in the desert

There was plenty of sand, sun and Safelite at the recent Safelite Challenge Triathlon in Las Vegas. While 50 mph gusts turned Vegas into the “Windy City,” our Fothie team biked and ran their way through the duathlon race. Thanks to our friends at Safelite AutoGlass for a great event, benefiting a great cause. Special […]

santa monica soars

We’re still on cloud 9 from our big day at the Santa Monica Travel & Tourism Summit, held at the Museum of Flying. Great speakers. Great successes. Looking forward to taking the Santa Monica brand and design to new heights!

color of life wins addy awards

In nature, color is used to attract attention. Well our “Color of Life” campaign for the California Academy of Sciences is attracting some attention of its own, winning multiple ADDYs from the American Advertising Federation. The campaign’s animated TV and humorous “True Colors” radio spot were both honored by a panel of industry experts.