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Oct 29 Posted 1 year ago
We tried the Pixar Pitch!
Once upon a time there was a shortage of full-service, in-house advertising agencies in the Greater Philadelphia area. Every day businesses hopelessly fought to market their products and services, spending loads of money on time-consuming strategies. One day a young man and wife realized that they could run a business much better than those advertising moguls out there. Because of that, they decided to start a company from their home in South Philadelphia, which later would move to an 16,000 square foot warehouse. Because of that, they had the space they needed to build a production studio, recording studio, editing suite, special effects suite, andadd a refrigerator filled with an endless supply of caffeinated beverages. Until finally, they were able to hire dozens of brilliant minds all focused on the same goal: to make a difference in the lives of their clients and in the lives of each other, and to be the first to the kitchen on bagel Wednesday.