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Please join us in congratulating Emily Martin, Teakettica’s Design Coordinator! Here at Teakettica, Jane takes an interest in mentoring awesome women. Emily came to Jane and Teakettica when she was just seventeen and still in high school! While working with us through St. George’s work program, Emily has worked her way up from an intern to a Production Artist, and now her most recent promotion, Design Coordinator. Way to go Emily, enjoy your well-earned promotion!
Teakettica is excited to announce that we’ve been nominated for 2 awards with North DelaWHERE Happening and the Delaware Small Business Chamber.
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Back in 2009, I saw this billboard and I thought it was one of the best advertisements I have seen in at least 5 years. I have to say, this is the first ad that has ever touched me. And to this day, it may be still.
There was a pretty decent article about it written by the New York Times..
Down Economic Times Elicit Upbeat Campaigns
By STUART ELLIOTT
Published: March 9, 2009
SAY goodbye to the dutiful Quaker Man who declared of his namesake oatmeal, “Nothing is better for thee than me.” He and the Quaker Oats division of PepsiCo are clambering aboard a fast-moving marketing bandwagon by offering upbeat exhortations during these tough economic times.
“Go humans go” is the theme of a major campaign getting under way for Quaker Oats. The theme acts as an umbrella under which all the division’s oat-based products are being peddled; as an announcer in a commercial declares, “The power of Quaker is in everything we make.”
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