Your Best Client is the One You’re With

You’ve seen the meme. A young couple is walking down the sidewalk and he spins around to take a look at another girl walking by. The meme is funny because … well there is truth in the attraction to something new. The grass appearing to be greener on the other side of the fence. Of […]

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Things to Consider When Hiring a Marketing Firm

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The marketing firm you choose will be in charge of your brand, so you need to make good decisions on who you hire. When it’s time to hire a marketing firm, you have a lot of choices to pick from. There are more than 500 advertising agencies, public relations and digital marketing firms in the […]

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Pinstripe Bookshelf: Creative Quest

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I have never considered myself a creative person – at least in the traditional sense. I’m not a writer, designer, photographer, painter, songwriter or chef. In my career, I rely on my creative problem-solving abilities, and the “I know it when I see it” side of creativity when directing marketing projects, but I’ve always admired […]

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Devereux Selected to Leadership St. Pete Class of 2018

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Pinstripe Marketing is pleased to announce that senior project manager Nikki Devereux was named one of the 40 professionals selected for the Leadership St. Pete Class of 2018. The class was introduced at the LSP Alumni Association holiday social on December 6th. Leadership St. Pete is one of the oldest leadership programs in America and […]

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Should Your Business Have a Newsletter?

“We need a newsletter.” Perhaps no four words so fill the hearts of marketing communication staffs with dread. That’s because company newsletters always seem to be the spur-of-the-moment brainchild of underutilized executives, who — having left this rotting corpse of an idea on someone else’s doorstep — immediately scurry off to attend their regular duties […]

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Good Marketing Never Forgets the ‘Old Year’

The New Year is upon us, and with it comes a sense of a “fresh start” — especially if the past 365 days haven’t been particularly good. However, before we can measure progress, we must have an idea of how far we’ve come. Therefore, it’s essential to record the results of past marketing initiatives and […]

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Building a Reputation Through Volunteering

“Oh! I know Ginger!” My team often hears that phrase while talking with people at events around Tampa Bay. When the topic of work comes up and they mention Pinstripe Marketing, they frequently get that response. Years ago, after hearing dozens of those exclamations, our former creative director joked, “Geez, we should have buttons!” A […]

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Ginger’s interview with the American Advertising Federation – Tampa Bay

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Ginger Reichl has been a member of the American Advertising Federation for more than 23 years – from the Ad Club and National Student Advertising Competition at Florida State to president of Ad 2 Tampa Bay and a variety of chair positions with the 4th District and local AAF chapter. In this interview with AAF […]

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Lyndsey Shaw Promoted to Senior Project Manager

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We are pleased to announce that Lyndsey Shaw has been promoted to senior project manager. She joined Pinstripe as a project coordinator in January 2011 and was promoted to project manager in 2013. She manages some of the agency’s largest and most high-profile clients, including the East-West Shrine Game for Shriners Hospitals for Children in which she […]

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