ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘communications’

20Dec

Ryan and I share our communications technology predictions for next year by means of one of the world’s most reliable sources: the venerable 8-ball. But not just any 8-ball; we use our graffiti-painted version, which we call the Romanelli Ghetto 8-Ball (RG8B). Communications trends are moving fast, and it’s hard to keep up. That’s why […]Continue Reading

07Jun

Here’s a great, fun idea to keep me (and hopefully you) motivated to train for this year’s Boilermaker Road Race: the Romanelli Beer Run. We love running and we love beer. And after many years of running the Boilermaker, which of course ends with several Saranacs, we feel like our training runs just aren’t complete […]Continue Reading

12May

We want to give a public shout out to one of our great local arts institutions, PrattMWP (Pratt Institute at Munson-Williams-Proctor in Utica), for creating a very cool project called “The Couch.” This community-based video interview project was created by design students at PrattMWP, filming local residents telling what they love about our area. What […]Continue Reading

20Apr

I sit with our Creative Director after a great weekend in Boston watching runners (more ambitious than we are) chase a world record. Our work with the Boston Marathon has forged a special bond with their phenomenal brand. We chose Marathon Day to choose a winner of our own: we’re giving away our fourth and […]Continue Reading

24Mar

Our Creative Director, Bernie and our Online Strategist, Ryan, talk about a great event for arts in our community, KAC Rocks, on Saturday, April 2nd from 7pm-10ish. Talk about a brand we believe in: the Kirkland Art Center is a kindred creative organization, and they’re celebrating an amazing 50 years of bringing arts and art […]Continue Reading

17Nov

Wondering if your Trade Show dollars are being wasted? You’re not alone. Find out how we can make your Trade Show experience about much more than attractive graphics, from interactive displays to mobile video, multiple points of engagement, and the most important ingredient: fun.Continue Reading