Posts Tagged ‘Chris Ray’

State ad agencies tackle changing marketplace with innovative strategies

Recently when Viking Range Corp. was bought by a much larger company, Middleby Corp., marketing campaigns that had been handled by the Ramey Agency were suspended. That type of merger of a Mississippi-based company with a larger company based in another state is a long-established trend that can lead to loss of work for advertising […] [...]

Ray kept train on tracks

by Martin Willoughby Published: September 11,2011

Tags: advertising, Chris Ray, Martin Willoughby, Mississippi Leaders, Ramey Agency

Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart in the case Jacobellis v. Ohio was opining on a pornography censorship case and famously wrote, “I shall not today attempt further to define the kinds of material I understand to be embraced within that shorthand description [pornography]; and perhaps I could never succeed in intelligibly doing so. But I […] [...]

Experts: Don’t avoid social media due to fear of negative comments

by Amy McCullough Published: May 1,2011

Tags: Chris Ray, Facebook, Matt Thornton, social media, social media fears, Twitter, YouTube

Companies that have not yet waded into the waters of social media often fear negative customer comments. But Jackson area advertising gurus agree that the biggest social media risk is not engaging and monitoring what customers are already saying about you. Beth Kander, who just transitioned from copy writer to social media director at Mad […] [...]

Ole Miss rolls out new physical mascot

A children’s hospital is probably as safe a place as any for the public debut of something as controversial as the Rebel Black Bear, Ole Miss’ new on-field mascot. So that’s exactly where Rebel showed up April 5 for his introduction. Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children in Jackson hosted the event, which was “great […] [...]

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