Over the years, angie has helped many of its clients with their marketing strategies through visual communications to meet the demands of the modern marketplace. Below is a list of some of our most successful campaigns.
angie wrapped a portable hospital-on-wheels that was deployed at MetLife Stadium for the Feb. 2 Super Bowl. Hackensack University Medical Center staffed this mobile hospital with its emergency room physicians and nurses. Robert C. Garrett, chief executive of the Hackensack University Health Network, said when the Super Bowl host committee found out about the MSED "they were all over it and said if there was a way we would deploy it and work out the logistics, it would be a tremendous asset."
A series of large format building banners completed this visual and marketing communications effort for this major metro NYC Hospital. Promoting US News and World Report’s "Top 50 Hospitals" award, angie provided an all-inclusive project which included site evaluation, permitting, large format printing, finishing, and installation.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the NFL partnered with 16W Marketing and turned to angie just one week before Super Bowl XXXIX to produce and install a 200 foot by 50 foot graphic on the roof of the Superdome in New Orleans. This sixty section image was in place in time for the network pregame TV coverage promoting the opening game of the 2005 NFL season opener between the Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints.