The Association of Washington Business is Washington State’s Chamber of Commerce. AWB and their ad agency Daniels Brown Communications worked with BigHouse to create TV commercials, web films and radio spots to tell these stories. This TV spot featuring Schilling Hard Cider is part of AWB’s inaugural GrowHere media campaign, which promoted the state’s businesses and their proactive environmental practices. The content for these videos was shot by BigHouse in Seattle, Auburn and Sunnyside, Washington. Watch the longer web film and hear the radio spots produced by BigHouse at AWB.org.
This spot profiles Seattle’s Nucor Steel, the state’s oldest and largest recycler. Aside from being very hot (hello – molten steel), the plant is also one of the loudest places in Washington. Kudos to sound mixer Jim Sander for his remarkable work recording interviews and natural sound in a difficult environment. And also to DP Mark Simon for capturing wonderful visual images. You can watch the :30 TV commercial about Nucor Steel at AWB.org.
Featured company Alaffia works tirelessly to empower the people of Togo, West Africa. Through remarkable fair trade relationships, they harvest and process native raw materials such as shea butter and coconut oil. Alaffia uses those ingredients in their Olympia, WA manufacturing plant to make a popular line of body care products and much more. Consumers can find Alaffia products at Whole Foods, Walmart and other retailers as well as online at Alaffia.com. Alaffia’s devotion to the people of Togo is an extraordinary part of their story. You can also watch the “Grow Here” Alaffia :30 TV commercial also created by BigHouse Production at AWB.org.
Rite In The Rain
Rite In The Rain is a Tacoma paper company that has been manufacturing weatherproof writing products for decades. Their sustainable printing processes and environmental stewardship have earned them many awards.
The McGregor Company
The McGregor Company is one of the oldest businesses in Washington State, operated by third generation family member Alex McGregor. With dozens of locations in towns throughout Eastern and Central Washington, the McGregors have a longtime association with the state’s agricultural heritage.
The cure for Alzheimer’s Disease is closer than ever, thanks to groundbreaking research being conducted by M3 Biotechnology right here in Washington State.