If there was a test that could breakdown your physical makeup, bringing to the forefront your strengths, but at the same time unveiling your weaknesses, would you take it?
If there’s one thing Nova Scotians know, it’s a gust of wind. It’s a part of our lives and Scotian Wind harnesses that power and distributes it back to Nova Scotians.
People don’t really distinguish between one heating oil company and the next. As long as it’s delivered on time, everyone’s happy, right?
Garrison Brewing Company is the godfather of Nova Scotia’s craft brewing scene. They’ve been in business since 1997 and approached Famous Folks for their first makeover in 20-years. It was time for a facelift. Botox actually.
Cape Breton is a special place. It’s hard to articulate what exactly makes it, it. It’s even harder to try and brand it.
Cadillac Fairview retail locations stretch across Canada from East to West. That story needed to be told.
Curls are hot. Very hot. They can be a source of constant pride and pain for those with the luscious locks.
Promoting anything in Halifax’s North End means appealing to an audience with a deep seeded need for community involvement.
St. Lawrence Place, a new condo development in Halifax’s bustling Fairview neighbourhood, needed a big idea to attract residents.
As is the case with any building, some units just aren’t as sought after. These units are always the hardest to sell. This is when we got involved with Aqua Vista.
Ontario’s cottage country is home to some of the province’s (if the country’s) most desirable real estate. This was our opportunity to show people just that.
The Nova Scotian Government wanted to take a firm stance against cyberbullying and bring it to the forefront of the conversation in the Province.
Joe Carter is an icon not only on the field, and the course but in the community as well.