Category: Our Work

Sunny505 Working with the Santa Fe Arts and Culture Department

December 21, 2022

Sunny505 recently worked with the Santa Fe Arts and Culture Department to launch its Fe.mous campaign. The idea was to create videos featuring Santa Feans who have gained notoriety in the arts, in an effort to spark interest in the cultural assets of Santa Fe and boost regional and in-state tourism. “Santa Fe has long been…

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Production in a COVID World

November 17, 2020

The art of creative solutions As a full-service advertising/marketing/public relations firm, Sunny505 has built a reputation for creating content that doesn’t just grab attention: it moves the needle and makes cash registers ring. But what do you do when one of your growing service offerings — video production — screeches to halt due to a…

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The Sunny team launches two new websites

November 16, 2020

We’ve been hard at work over the fall on several new website projects. We’ve recently launched the site. 4BF is a local New Mexico pet toy manufacturer, that specializes in 100% natural rubber toys for your furry family member. Check out the site for your family’s holiday needs. We’ve also launched the site.…

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Silver City Marketing Delivers Results

Silver City’s Tourism Marketing Campaign Delivers

January 22, 2020

Gross Receipts and Lodgers’ Tax Revenues Up Significantly It appears that Silver City is realizing a strong return on its investment with the Albuquerque advertising and marketing firm, Sunny 505, as revenues from lodgers’ tax are up a whopping 24% since 2017, total gross receipts tax (GRT) revenues have increased eight percent, and GRT from…

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Griffin & Associates Works with Winning 2018 Political Campaigns

November 7, 2018

The Griffin team leveraged our combined political and communications insight experience to be a part of several winning campaigns in the 2018 election cycle. Here are some of our key highlights: We worked with the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) to secure its 2018 bond funding, which was on the November 6th ballot.…

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Griffin & Associates Awarded “Most Philanthropic Company”

July 3, 2018

Albuquerque Business First recently named Griffin & Associates one of the “Top 100 New Mexico Private Companies” and as the “Most Philanthropic Company of the Year”. Griffin & Associates takes pride in being located in Albuquerque, and its staff members are active members of the community. Giving back to the community is a core concept…

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The Griffin Team Wins Big at The ADDYs

March 5, 2018

Griffin & Associates celebrated with our fellow advertising professionals on February 24th at the New Mexico Advertising Awards. The annual banquet is held to award excellence in advertising and marketing throughout the state. Our team took home several awards including a Gold ADDY for the Pedal Los Pueblos bike jersey done for an MS Society…

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Griffin, Sauce Pizza & Pasta + Mayor Keller

January 12, 2018

Our client Sauce Pizza and Wine donated lunch for another client, St. Martin’s HopeWorks. Mayor Tim Keller and our CEO Joanie Griffin served people experiencing homelessness.

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The Hope Cafe Grand Opening

May 24, 2017

  St. Martin’s hired the Griffin team to create the logo and signage for the newly opened Hope Cafe. Pictured here is St. Martin’s Hospitality Center Executive Director, Greg Morris, and Sherri Wells, Executive Director of the Natural History Museum Foundation, cutting the ribbon. Located inside the Natural History Museum, the Hope Cafe offers meals…

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Griffin's Marketing Messaging for Altarum

January 25, 2017

Griffin & Associates is providing marketing messaging for Altarum Institute. This organization works with Recovery Support Providers coast to coast. They support people as they rebuild lives that have been negatively impacted by addiction. Our CEO, Joanie Griffin, has worked with Altarum with Recovery Service Providers all over the country. Joanie has been conducting seminars…

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