Building engaging brand experiences is our mantra at Circumerro, and we are working with our client Field & Stream clothing to do just that. Circumerro Video is filming a series of videos for the new clothing brand, focused around “field tips,” to make an authentic connection with their client base.
Our own Noah Waterhouse can been seen in one video featuring how to tie down a canoe—or rather how not to! Stay tuned for the August launch of the new website and the first glimpses of a line of new clothing we can’t wait to get our own hands on.
Circumerro Media was retained by Otto International, the brand licensee to Field & Stream clothing, to build a new e-commerce website experience for the launch of their lifestyle clothing brand in August 2009. “We chose Circumerro Media because they both live the brand and have an exceptional track record with projects in the e-commerce and retail clothing spaces,” said K. Bryan Griggs, Vice President of Field & Stream clothing.
We recently launched a Web site for EpicQuest, a leading provider of once-in-a-lifetime, action-based travel experiences to destinations that few have ever seen or experienced. EpicQuest offers a diverse portfolio of high-intensity travel itineraries across a range of sports categories and locations, providing a backstage pass to the greatest travel experiences in the world.
EpicQuest tapped Circumerro to help tell their story through building an engaging online brand experience. Circumerro showcased the expansive portfolio of trips and athlete bios in a compelling online trip planner. “EpicQuest’s renowned athlete and guide roster and eye-catching destinations created a stable backbone for the site, allowing us to insightfully deliver and package the information,” said Noah Waterhouse, Creative Services Director at Circumerro. Additionally, Circumerro focused on providing creative services for Web video streaming, search engine optimization and social marketing.
Craig Pattee, CEO of EpicQuest said, “We are thrilled at the work Circumerro did to launch the EpicQuest site. They executed relentlessly and proved a key partner in developing the online strategy.”
Visit the new EpicQuest site and start planning your next adventure.
The traveling Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (RRR) banner has made a stop at the Circumerro office this week. The banner is displayed at Jackson-area businesses that demonstrate leadership in the RRR campaign and have been selected as RRR business leaders in the community.
Muriel Blaha of Teton County’s Solid Waste and Recycling Division explained the summer months in Jackson are the organization’s prime time to pass the banner around to RRR business leaders and generate awareness for the program.