By Jaron Zanerhaft and Ben Spielberg
In the past year, BTS Communications has gone through quite the metamorphosis. Our very first intern reached her one-year sobriety birthday, and the number of interns has doubled since this time last year. Because the Days of Awe are this week, we are celebrating the New Year by remembering everything we have done in this past year. What started as one man in a closet has grown into a full-fledged marketing agency, complete with glistening iMacs and a bustling client load!
- LA Marathon
The LA Marathon last year tested all of our branches – design, social media, copywriting, PR, etc. We believed that, as a company, BTS Communications crossed the finish line proudly! Here is just one flyer we created for a Block Party that Beit T’Shuvah hosted last March to promote the Marathon. We had so much fun with it last year that we already have the campaign for Beit T’Shuvah in the LA Marathon 2012 underway.
- Vista Magazine
Our relationship with Vista Del Mar grows stronger with each new project we work on together. We thoroughly enjoyed putting together the latest magazine for Vista, our designing and writing departments working hard to complete a polished, finished product. We excitedly anticipate the next issue!
- Smalley Brochure
One of the first large clients bold enough to take a chance on us, The Sondra and Marvin Smalley Family’s Sculpture Garden gave our graphic design and photography teams a true chance to shine. For such a beautiful garden, housed on the lush campus of the American Jewish University, we needed to produce an equally beautiful brochure. We hope you enjoy the aesthetics as much as we did creating them.
- Gala, Not Gaga!
We are always happy when we can highlight an event for Beit T’Shuvah, our flagship client. We were “gaga” over this video that our team put together for their flagship event, the Steps of Recovery Gala last January.
- Chai Five!
Don’t forget BTS Communications’ social media! This summer we created the Chai Five! project, a fundraising campaign conducted entirely through social media, in order to send a Beit T’Shuvah resident to college for one year. Though it was our first fundraiser, we were able to raise enough money in our exact projected timeframe. Even better, the “resident” turned out to be our very own graphic design intern Julian!