Blog posts tagged with Phillips Lytle.
We all have our favorite Monopoly tokens – mine being the Scottie dog – but Richard Marinaccio, an attorney with our client, Phillips Lytle LLP, has taken favoritism to a whole new level. We are beyond impressed. Marinaccio happens to be the reigning U.S. Monopoly champion – and a thimble enthusiast. Hasbro announced this January […]
We’re thrilled to share the news that Crowley Webb took home the most gold awards and the most awards overall at the 2012 Advertising Club of Buffalo ADDY Awards last night. The Wake campaign for the Irish Classical Theatre Company continued to garner accolades, winning four golds and three silver awards. We also won gold for […]
Hey, good news. The website that we designed for Phillips Lytle is a 2011 New Media Awards winner. The site is unique in that we incorporated an intuitive, Google-like smart search as well as a file folder where visitors can store almost any piece of content from the site. Unlike many such competitions, New Media Awards finalists are […]
Becky Farbo, chief marketing officer at Phillips Lytle, is a dedicated supporter of the March of Dimes, an organization that’s dedicated to the health of premature babies. And she has two excellent reasons. Her twin girls, Ellery and Mackenzie, were born two months early, with a combined weight of just 8 lbs 8 oz. Since […]
Yesterday was the Phillips Lytle ski day at Holimont, where the venerable law firm invites their clients – and us – to a day of skiing and camaraderie. It was a bit cold – a mere 10 degrees – but it was sunny and the conditions on the slopes were perfect. The lodge was full […]
Just a few short days ago, we launched Phillips Lytle’s fancy new website. Working with our friends at clevermethod, we created what just may be the most monstrous website in Crowley Webb history. And considering it has been a few years since we launched their last site, this is truly big news for our favorite […]
That’s right – it’s illegal to send trout via parcel post in New York State. It’s also criminal for barbers to cut hair on Sunday. Want to take a frog from its pond? You’d better not between October and June. Don’t even think about removing the mark of origin from a pair of pants. And […]