A lot of marketing agencies tell you they’re different. And they’re right. We’re all different. Just like all of our clients are different. We think that’s sort of the point.
At Field Group, we approach each and every one of our clients with unique solutions developed specifically to fit their needs. We can show you what we’ve done for others, but what really matters is what we can do for you.
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why not the other guys?
At Field Group, our process best uses each member’s talents. This makes our work fun, specialized, and best of all, effective. In other words, you’ll find a varied, intelligent work force whose skills cover everything from design, communications, to branding and much more. We are your best advisor, workhorse, and creativity-generator all in one.
Working together to produce real results and relying on each other’s strengths makes Field Group more than a marketing agency. We’re a family of unique individuals who offer respect, ideas, and always, a can-do attitude.
Allow us to introduce ourselves:
DIRECTOR OF CREATIVITY
CREATOR OF OPPORTUNITIES
SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER
PROFESSOR OF POSSIBILITIES
PRACTICALLY PERFECT IN EVERY WAY
THE DESIGN SPECIALIST
Talent and creativity are important in advertising and marketing. So is chemistry--chemistry between our clients and our agency, and chemistry among our staff.
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"I like to think of us as our own little island of misfit toys. Anywhere else, we might not fit in, but here, we complement each other perfectly. We all appreciate that weird makes the world turn."
"I like to think of each project as a complex math problem. We start at the beginning, apply our talent and experience, and in the end our clients have a unique way to tell their own story."
“What she said.”
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Farm Workers Clinic
To emphasize the growing reach of their firm, we helped the client rebrand to illustrate a stronger regional presence.
We have had a blast working with such a fun client. Here is the bus wrap we created as part of a larger campaign cruising around downtown Seattle.
Solarity Credit Union
This pop-up mailer was developed as a unique and captivating way to capture the attention of the audience. We also produced a simple motion graphic TV ad that complemented this piece.
Yakima Heart Center
This health diary was an educational tool used to help encourage a dialog between patients and their providers with a focus on prevention of heart disease.
This poster is just one of the many ways we have helped promote our downtown businesses. We also developed the downtownyakima.com website highlighting events, restaurants and shopping specials going on that day.
Solarity Credit Union
This was a fun campaign using pocket imagery to better communicate the credit union's core messaging as a local, not-for-profit organization.
Hop Breeding Company
We are honored at the opportunity to create the new HBC logo that features the science behind the beer. We also produced this ad and others featured in national brewing publications.
My Chef Lynn
Working with Chef Lynn Rehn, we created the brand and marketing collateral for one of the most popular food trucks in the Seattle area.
Working with the most successful Ford dealer in Washington gives us the opportunity to flex our creative muscle. With weekly web banner and poster updates, we hit those hard-sell messages with a powerful punch.
Yakima Valley Pippins
We were so excited to welcome the Pippins and their homage to one of the first teams in Yakima baseball. We enjoyed working with them to develop their very first season program and marketing collateral.
Here is an example of one of the many non-profit projects we are involved in. We developed this poster, print, TV, coasters, website, promotional products, as well as coordinated the event.
We're excited to work alongside Hop Growers of America as our hop industry gains worldwide recognition.
Beyond the development of their annual branding message, we created an interactive campaign involving a Yodel & Win contest and a guerilla marketing campaign involving a goat in downtown Seattle.
This project started as a 12-page Word document–all text! This annual report is a good example of how some simple infographics can breakup a large amount of information and make the message interesting and less overwhelming to the reader.
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