You are what you keep, so this little diddy is all about some of the unique items that W21ers surround themselves with at work.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved the outdoors. I grew up in Texas, so I spent a ton of time hunting. Obviously. My parents loved to ski, too, so we spent many winter days skiing in New Mexico or Colorado.
What has resulted from that vision is how the 2nd largest collection of Nike Air Jordans on exhibit in the US. The Cummings collection includes 536 pairs of sneakers. “We have 12 complete sets of original Air Jordan shoes.
The text read, “I recommended you to be an ADDYs judge in St. Louis this year.” Designer extraordinaire, Joseph Hughes, had judged the year before.
What’s in your future? Anyone would be interested in the answer to this question. At Autodesk University—a software user conference that attracts designers, architects, and engineers—over 10,000 attendees spent a few days mulling over the question this year in Las Vegas.
Cheyenne wasn’t on my radar, but neither was Cleveland. After finishing ad school in Atlanta, I had grand plans of living in NYC for a couple years, then jetting off to L.A. for another couple, then perhaps Minneapolis or maybe even London.
I sat down to write a blog post to reflect on Edge Fest 2017, and as I did, I thought about how important this music event has become to me, to the Warehouse peeps, and to the community.
Warehouse Twenty One (W21), a full-service, creative marketing agency in Cheyenne, Wyo., is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this month.
Inc. magazine announced Warehouse Twenty One (W21) as one of the nation’s fastest-growing companies in its 36th annual Inc. 5000, which ranks private companies from across the nation based on growth over the last three years.
If you had asked me 5 years ago if I wanted to join a marketing networking association, I would have probably chuckled.