Champion grabs MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes fast-casual restaurant chain. The agency will work to generate consumer-facing media coverage for MOOYAH at the local and national levels, as well as assisting with local store marketing and new restaurant opening support. The chain is opening over 20 new restaurants this year. “We strive to be the best at what we do and so does Champion. I have worked with Champion in the past, so I know they’re the right partners to help MOOYAH stand out,” said MOOYAH president Doug Willmarth.
|Goodwill of Orange County President & CEO Nicole Suydam with Idea Hall president & CEO Rebecca Hall|
Idea Hall wins corporate branding, marketing and communications services for Goodwill of Orange County. Idea Hall will work directly with the nonprofit’s leadership team to conduct marketplace analyses, support overarching brand messaging needs and develop an integrated corporate communications plan aimed at garnering public support for Goodwill’s mission and furthering awareness of their brand, community impact and commitment to career development. “What really piqued our interest in Idea Hall was their emphasis on meaningful, purpose-driven strategy,” said Goodwill of Orange County president and CEO Nicole Suydam. “Because of Idea Hall’s commitment to creating more good in our community, we are confident their team will help us deepen mission understanding and support.”
Nickerson picks up E4H Environments for Health Architecture, an architecture firm solely dedicated to healthcare and health sciences across the United States. Nickerson will support PR and communications initiatives for the company nationwide, promoting its projects in the health sciences, design, and life sciences industries across all media verticals and platforms. E4H’s projects include Mount Sinai Emergency Department, Baylor Scott & White Heart Hospital, and Atrium Health Levine Cancer Institute. “We are proud of our team’s accomplishments and forward-thinking business practices and knew that Nickerson was the right team to promote our work,” said E4H partner, business development Cherise Poulin.