While February may be the shortest month of the year, Intersection certainly saw no shortage of work. In just 28 days, Intersection attended three immersions, met with seven new business prospects, crafted three communications and strategic plans, and presented logo concepts to two clients—just to name a few things from the month’s to-do list. On top of all that, the agency brought home 10 ADDYs at the American Advertising Awards and was one of just 16 companies in the state to be nominated for Intern Employer of the Year at the Indiana IMPACT Awards.
Despite the exciting whirlwind of new business, there was one particular client whose impactful work excited the agency the most. In January, Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Indiana launched a campaign to increase the number of male Bigs in the community. 90 Men in 90 Days launched at a Ball State men’s basketball game, where a short film, created by Intersection, invited community members to stand as a Defender of Potential.
While Intersection only played a small role in the campaign, we were proud to have contributed to a campaign whose results will positively affect our community for years to come. We were also proud to watch our team member Amanda, who is a board member for BBBS ECI, spearhead the success of the organization’s campaign.
This campaign launch came not long after a national rebrand of the organization. Intersection redesigned the non-profit’s website according to the new brand standards, and, even as the smallest affiliate in the nation, BBBS ECI was one of the first local chapters to have a newly branded website on Day One of the brand launch. In February, Intersection was proud to accept three ADDYs for the website: a Gold Award, Best of Show Digital, and a Mosaic Award.
Though small, Intersection’s contributions to Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Indiana helped to create lasting, positive change in our community—and that’s something worth celebrating.