Marketing

Video Production from Mid 90’s for i95fm Radio:

  • Firebird Giveaway on i95fm WRKI

  • Jamaica Contest on i95fm WRKI

Design Work for Promotional Vehicles

WRKI, a heritage rock and roll station, needed a vehicle to reflect it’s attitude. Now, I-95  has it’s own “rolling stone” which is truly an eye catcher!. The fantastic faux stone paint job which made this concept come to life was by Gary Conran, owner of G FORCE Automotive Customizing located in Patterson, NY.

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One couldn’t miss this gigantic bee rolling down the road.  The general manger thought the concept was crazy at first, but loved it when it was completed. Painting by Lisi’s Auto Body, located in Brewster, NY

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i95fm’s Mini Grand Prix

I am proud ot say that the I-95 Mini Grand Prix was by far the largest promotional event in the history of the radio station.  It’s not easy shutting down a city for a day to throw a 10,000+ attended event! A special thanks to STP (A division of First Brands Corporation based in Danbury, Connecticut) for their top sponsorship and event support.

Example Car: From Concept to Completion, this was still one of my favorite race cars I designed. Decals provided by Big City Signs, Danbury CT. Painting done by Don’s Auto Repair and Body Shop.

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A promotional video that summarized the 1st Annual Mini Grand Prix

Various Articles talking up i95fm Mini Grand Prix

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Events at GRIT Broadcasting                     gritlogo

An early pioneer of streaming Audio and Video on the Internet. Grit produced some the first internet content on the web, and is recognized in the Museum of Television & Radio.

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Tour de GRIT – A nationwide, coast to coast promotion broadcasting live via the web everyday from on location. Tour de GRIT stopped at computer shows, museums, and other attractions on it’s coast to coast trip. Pictured Below a Custom Designed Broadcast Vehicle that was completely “wrapped” with custom designed promotional logos and color. Final destination: Fall Internet World ’97 with a 40′ x 40′ booth located inside at the Jacob Javits Center.