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Category Archives: Opinion
Every year, Scott-McRae Group and its subsidiaries participate in The ALS Association’s Walk to Defeat ALS in honor of our former President and COO, Henry “Tip” Graham, who lost his battle to ALS in 2010. We hold fundraisers during the … Continue reading
I am not only someone who appreciates fine photography but because of my job sometimes I am the photographer. I started to become interested in photography in college and it was one of the classes I looked forward to. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
When I found out I had an internship interview I was pumped but when I met Jefferson and the crew at Scott-McRae Advertising my excitement went through the roof. Everyone here is so helpful and kind. Until it comes to … Continue reading
Uh, no. Ever wonder why marketers are getting away with misleading advertising claims? When I first started in advertising, we had a fairly strong FTC (Federal Trade Commission). They monitored advertising and listened to complaints. The FTC was quick to … Continue reading
I guess you can say I’ve made my living with words. I know how to string them together to convey a thought, evoke a brand message, soothe a crisis, or get a donor to contribute to a nonprofit. I know … Continue reading