At Incite, we use Advertising for Good. Our experienced team is dedicated to connecting people, brands and causes through our unique access to entertainment. We specialize in crafting personalized campaigns and grassroots marketing strategies. Learn more about our clients' successful cause marketing campaigns below!
"Honor Flight" with Air Comfort Service, Inc.
PNC Bank & University City Children's Center - "What Happens in Early Life Lasts a Lifetime"
"STL Safe Driver" with Jim Butler Auto Group
"Teen drivers today have more distractions than ever that can interfere with their driving. We think it's critically important for teenagers and their parents to have ongoing discussions about safe driving, and our Teen Driving Pledge is a useful tool to help parents set high standards for driving practices. We believe tools like this can ultimately save lives. We know that our customers are hearing this message, too. It shows in the 11% increase in sales we saw during June, July, and August 2014."
-Brad Sowers, Owner, Jim Butler Auto Group
"Indy Has Heart" with Subway
"SXSW Morning Broadcasts" with ABC Home and Commercial Services
"ABC Home and Commercial Services has been in existence over 60 years in our community and we are very big believers that as a company prospers in the community, they absolutely have an obligation to give back to that community. We try to be very involved in community events, charity events, involved with schools - big or small, you name it, we try to be a part of it. We owe the Austin community something."
-Les Stobart, Director of Marketing, ABC Home and Commercial Services
"Mutt Putt" with Dos Equis
"Monumental Music Jam" with AAA Insurance
"Woofstock" with Austin Subaru and ABC Home and Commerical Services
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"This year, we really want to shed the light on the local. The local stands out. Someone who has been doing something that matters. We are going to utilize the few hours that we have people’s attention and their money from the ticket, and get that money to the local organization that matters the most that day…The idea is the funnel. At the end of that funnel, we have to have somebody local who really needs it and who also needs the attention.”
-Marc Roberge, Frontman of O.A.R.