Love Advertising, one of the longest running independent advertising agencies in Houston, was awarded a total of 19 ADDY Awards at the 59th Annual American Advertising Federation-Houston ADDY Awards. Love Advertising received “Best of Show Interactive,” for the third year in a row and six gold, four silver and eight bronze awards.
“The agency has seen business grow consistently because of our award-winning work. We’ve carefully selected and assembled a team of experienced creatives that are increasingly grabbing the attention of big brands, delivering better ideas, cultivating better relationships, and delivering better outcomes that clients are consistently on the hunt…
Kelley Rodriguez, Love Advertising’s VP of Media, reflects on the dot-com bust and how that prepared us for the 2020 pandemic.
In late 2000, I was working on multiple dot-com media accounts in San Francisco that seemed to deflate overnight. The advertising industry was dealing with emerging digital media at the same time newly formed dot-com company lifespans were phasing out. The advertising industry had to scramble — money had been flowing and advertising agencies were handling promising dot-com brands with big budgets and suddenly it was gone.
Legacy advertising agencies lost big accounts and closed their doors. I spent…
Using a nature-forward lifestyle approach, Love gave each community a distinct market position, branding and multi-channel marketing plan that included traditional media channels, social media, email, PR, digital and a robust web presence.
The results have helped create a unique and loyal Ashlar community culture and exceed sales goals in 2020 across their communities by 36%.
If you are looking for a one-stop marketing firm, Love is the go-to firm. We had various aspects of marketing spread across multiple agencies and wanted to find one marketing company that could handle it all, and Love was the premier choice.
A full-service advertising agency who believes in connecting brands to their consumer’s hearts in ways that can’t be looked past or easily forgotten.