ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘community’

14Aug

Working with inspiring clients is one of our biggest rewards. First Source Federal Credit Union has always been a Brand We Believe In, supporting so many worthy charities throughout our community. As their agency, our job is to help them get their message out, to enlist sponsors to the cause, and leverage those dollars to […]Continue Reading

01Mar

We like to have fun here at Romanelli, but we’re serious about a lot of things, too. Since we’re celebrating a big anniversary this year (spoiler: we’re turning 40), we have a few surprises planned for the year. Something for everyone. Especially for you. Enjoy our seriously fun video, and watch for more fun announcements […]Continue Reading

18May

Few of the Brands We Believe In touch us emotionally like The Ride for Missing Children. The original Ride was inspired by an abducted local girl years ago, and my father, Don Romanelli, was among the original organizers. As individuals and as an organization, we have participated in and provided promotional support for the Ride […]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

11May

Miracles, and great ideas, often come in small packages. As we work to inspire others, we are often inspired ourselves. We’re celebrating a local family that has taken adversity and turned it into a positive experience for others. Jason and Kristy Nole found a way to give back to a community and organization that helped […]Continue Reading

22Jun

You’ve heard about the ‘Long Tail’ and how the web has brought out millions and millions of small communities. And its true.  Maybe there’s not a huge group of left handed people in your stores buying left-handed notebooks… But there are entire communities online devoted to being left-handed.  There’s blogs and groups for power parachuting, […]Continue Reading