As Brunet-García expands its reputation for building brands that inspire meaningful change, the agency hired a solid business development strategist to spearhead its work with private sector and nonprofit clients: Lisa Goodrich, a longtime consultant with deep ties in the community.
After 14 years in San Marco and just over a year in Downtown, Brunet-García Advertising has relocated to its new permanent home on the second floor of the Black Sheep building in Five Points in Jacksonville, Florida.
“No hay excusas” means “There are no excuses.” It shouts loud and proud on Brunet-García exercise gear to promote the agency’s stance on health and wellness. It’s a fitting motto for Participation Nation, which encourages staff members to form a sustainable habit throughout the second quarter.
By the end of the first quarter of 2018, members of the Brunet-García team in three states had brought a total of 549 lunches to work as part of the Lunchathon.
904WARD challenged Brunet-García to develop a brand identity that helps advance the dialogue around race, identity, and important social issues.