Check out this great article in the Baltimore Business Journal, quoting our CEO Roger Gray on prominent trends in digital advertising.
Nearly 60 media reps from the Philly/Hilly area found their way to Philadelphia’s Overkill Studio last Thursday morning. And it wasn’t just for the Bloody Marys. Baltimore’s GKV Communications rolled into town to present their “Nice to Meet You Media Tour” with all the energy and enthusiasm of a traveling rock show. The presentation kicked [...]
Facing Healthcare Reform, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield sought ways to break through the clutter of messages that were all targeting the millennial population. For many in this audience, healthcare is not seen as a necessity as they have an “invincible” mentality. As part of a communications effort, GKV included a series of pre-roll videos that caught [...]
To show just how well Snyder’s of Hanover delivers on bold flavor, GKV helped the brand launch a massive effort on ESPN with TV, radio and digital.
Jeff Millman, Partner and Creative Director at GKV, weighs in on this year’s “social bowl” and the ad viewing experience.
GKV created a new spot featuring “selfies” of happy customers, to launch a first quarter promotion for Shentel, a broadband provider serving rural communities in Virginia and West Virginia.
We are proud to announce that our Snyder’s of Hanover Pretzel Pieces campaign was selected by the AMA Baltimore as the Overall Campaign of the Year as part of its 2013 Marketing Excellence Awards.
GKV turned up the romance this season to position PANDORA as the perfect gift for the holidays.
In promotion of the Maryland Lottery’s new Tech the Halls seasonal scratch-offs, GKV created a festive animated TV spot featuring the tale of a holiday shopper who discovers a Christmas tree like no other.
In response to the growing needs of new and existing clients, GKV announced today the addition of six new employees: Julia D’Esterre, Emily Ellenberger, Rick Hebert, Amelia Miller, Adi Raval and Stacy Smith.
GKV’s first work for new client Shentel/Sprint varies its messaging based on the attitudes and media usage of two different target audiences. We used creative executions — such as a hilarious video of a screaming sheep — to highlight the pain that non-Sprint customers feel when hit with unexpected data surcharges.
GKV’s media strategy for St. Joseph cough, cold and flu medicines uses real time data to target specific markets. If the flu is intense in Richmond or Milwaukee, we’re there with TV and/or radio.
What better way to capture a key audience of food and wine enthusiasts than at America’s most prestigious gourmet gathering? On behalf of our clients, Snyder’s of Hanover and Cape Cod Potato Chips, GKV did just that at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival.
Just in time for the end of the year festivities, when many of us indulge a bit too much, GKV worked with client di·gel to introduce its new line of digestive relief products.
GKV today announced that it has added a new responsive design capability to its current digital service offerings. “Platform 1” allows advertisers’ websites to instantly adapt to all types of devices, from desktops to smartphones to tablets.
GKV today announced that it won eight ADDYs at the American Advertising Federation (AAF) of Baltimore’s annual awards ceremony last night. The agency took home three gold and five silver awards for creative excellence on a variety of local and national advertising campaigns for clients.
Today we’re spotlighting our Cape Cod Potato Chips “Home of Ridiculously Good Chips” campaign, ADDYs gold winner for National/Regional Television Commercial, gold winner for Collateral – Poster, and silver winner for Digital Advertising Campaign.
Today we’re spotlighting the Maryland Lottery’s “Medal Madness” campaign, ADDYs silver winner for Local Integrated Campaign and silver winner for Local Television Commercial.
Today we’re spotlighting our “Spiritmaker” holiday card and website, ADDYs silver winner for Advertising Industry Self-Promotion Integrated Campaign.
See what Little Black Book had to say about our latest TV spot for our client, MJHS.
Today’s GKV 2013 ADDY spotlight is on the PANDORA Jewelry Lucky Magazine Insert, AAF Baltimore gold winner and AAF/District 2 silver winner for Consumer Publication Spread/Multiple Page/Insert.
John Marsh, vice president and director of client digital services, contributes to the Baltimore Business Journal with his article about the online gaming industry.
We launched an integrated television and digital campaign for our client, Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels, to show Americans how deliciously flavorful pretzels can be.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, GKV and client PANDORA selected a handful of top college football players to surprise their moms and thank them for their sacrifices with a new bracelet from PANDORA Jewelry.
In an effort to capitalize on National Pretzel Day (April 26 for the uninitiated) and highlight a new product introduction, Snyder’s of Hanover and GKV joined forces to hand out tens of thousands of Flavored Pretzel Pieces and engage consumers on social media across the U.S.
For the first time in its 32 years of existence, GKV is adding our name to Baltimore’s skyline.
This week we saw the installation of a 20’ long, 5’ tall illuminated “GKV” sign on the northwest side of the McHenry Row building between the 4th and 5th floors.
This week we launched a new TV spot for our client Pandora Jewelry. The ad positions the brand as the perfect gift for all life’s occasions, including the holidays.
GKV, a full-service marketing agency, adds another advertising client to its growing roster with the addition of the Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) wireless business.
Based on its extensive experience in the senior health insurance arena, GKV has been selected by Blue Shield of California to develop an integrated campaign for the 2013 Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP).