Please, join us for a great cause! Enjoy an unforgettable night of song, spirit and inspiration in support of local families affected by cancer on Saturday, October 27, 2012, beginning at 7:00 p.m. The Third Annual ‘This Time Tomorrow’ Benefit Concert & Masquerade Ball, organized by This Time Tomorrow Foundation (TTTF), promises to be a night to remember—with music, food, auctions, and more. One hundred percent of the sales from the event will be donated directly to local families affected by cancer. This year’s event will honor the families of Kathleen “Cookie” Topp, Maddie McLaughlin, LuLu Sammarco, and Dick Ticcioni.

The event, held at InterContinental Milwaukee and presented by Marcus Hotels & Resorts, will feature a private concert with the music of Billy Joel performed by ’52nd Street,’ a performance by Peter Mac & The Fighting Fish, and the world premier of the 2012 recording of ‘This Time Tomorrow’ music video performed by Peter Mac. Guests will enjoy complimentary passed hors d’oeuvres, gourmet tapas, TTTF will provide masks for a masquerade ball.

Using music and the arts to inspire hope, TTTF provides financial support to individual families and organizations focused on cancer research, education or advocacy. It is the organization’s goal to help those affected today reach the tomorrow they deserve.

There also will be live and silent auctions at the event, with proceeds benefiting TTTF. Special MC’s for the night are 99.1 WMYX’s Van “The Man” McNeil, Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Mark Chmura, and ESPN Radio 540’s Craig Karmazin.

Tickets are on sale now for $100 per person. They can be purchased online or at the door, and special group sponsorship packages are available. For more information on the benefit concert and This Time Tomorrow Foundation, visit www.thistimetomorrow.org.

October 18, 2012 · Posted by in event  

Filming at The Pfister

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What an amazing video shoot we had yesterday at The Pfister! Those are the kind of gratifying days that make us feel lucky to have such exciting, creative jobs. We’re working on a documentary for the hotel, and need to gather a ton of great footage. For this shoot, we got a permit to shut down a block of Jefferson Street to capture some of the shots.

We started in the morning, filming the exterior of the building.

Which included some old school talent.

And even got Cory up in a boom!

Next, we moved inside for some footage of the gorgeous lobby.

Later, we went back outside for some night shots. (We had some help with the lighting.)

And Cory got back in the boom!

Thanks to everyone who worked their tails off to help make it happen. We cannot wait to share the final product with all of you!

October 3, 2012 · Posted by in branding, marketing, video