. . . we’re opening one.
I’ve been marketing stuff of my own for a long time. And I’m not just talking about my shows. I had my first business at age 7, when I opened “Kenneth’s Kandy Shop” in my Dad’s doctor’s office (yep, I figured out a way to sell candy to cardiologist patients).
And when I started Producing shows, it was only natural that I started doing the marketing myself . . . and in the process I came up with stuff like Virgins Get In Free, the All Teen Invited Dress, and more fun attention grabbing and ticket selling stuff.
What I didn’t expect was that after awhile, some folks flattered me by asking me to do the marketing for their shows. I said no for awhile, mostly because I didn’t feel I had the right team in place to handle shows they way I wanted them handled. But then, once I found some of my own personal marketing super heroes (Jamie Lynn Ballard, Steven Tartick, Jennifer Ashley Tepper to name a few), I started saying yes to a very select group of shows (and some non-shows, actually) that I thought we could help.
It’s been something we’ve been doing on the sly, really. And we’ve been really lucky to work on some great projects, both on and off Broadway as well as some on the silver screen and even a real estate company. It has been great fun and successful. And frankly, I wasn’t ever planning on officially hanging a shingle.
And then I remembered something: my mission statement.
My mission is to amplify the conversation about theater. Everything I do is to try and get more people talking about theater, increasing the volume of the conversation, which gets more people to go, which helps our industry and our art not only survive but thrive. That’s what the board game is about, the app is about, and yep, this blog is about.
And that’s what marketing is about.
So, I figured if we hung a shingle, we might be able to help others amplify whatever their company was adding to that conversation. Maybe some Broadway shows. Maybe some Off-Broadway shows. And maybe some companies that never even thought about having a marketing agency, because they didn’t think they could afford one.
But we believe everyone deserves an agency.
So I’m proud to introduce The Marketing and Advertising division of DTE. DTE Agency.
Look, I’ll be honest. We don’t have the biggest conference room in town. But I do guarantee you some big ideas.
And isn’t that what you want from a marketing company?
So if you need some assistance, whether that’s a full fledged ad campaign, a simple adwords account, some website optimization, or just a consultation to get your house in order, get in touch.
You can find our contact info on our Agency’s brand new website, www.DTEAgency.com.
Contact us today for a free proposal on how we can help you build your brand. It’s what we love to do. Because when more people go to the theater, any theater, we all win.
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