Author: Madison Henry

MLB Player Pitches Ideas

An idea takes flight in the John Manlove Marketing & Communications(JMMC) conference room. John Manlove, CEO JMMC; Leah Manlove Howard, VP JMMC; Johnny Smecca, Galveston Restaurant Group; Jeff Sjostrom, Executive Director Galveston Economic Development Partnership; Gina Manlove, President JMMC; Dr.

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JMMC is Hired by Galveston College

After an in-depth RFQ process, the Galveston College Board of Regents voted unanimously to hire John Manlove Marketing & Communications (JMMC) on October 11th to develop the new marketing and branding plan for Galveston College. “We are excited to be

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The Difference between Marketing & Branding

Post by: Leah Manlove Howard As the daughter of parents that love a good challenge and the wife to a widely ambitious husband and two crazy kids, I’ve decided to create a new challenge for myself and the #JMMC_Agency. “Do more of

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Strategic Plans for Port of Galveston

JMMC is proud to announce The Wharves Board of Trustees, the governing body for the Port of Galveston, approved hiring John Manlove Marketing & Communications to create a strategic plan for the port by early January. This will be the

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Top Down Inside Out Branding

5-3-17 Most businesses start out with a unique idea, a spark of creativity and then ultimately end up a copy of some other company they encountered along the way.  This evolution ultimately ends up in the sad cycle of “me

Posted in Culture, Thoughts

Decafinair Has Arrived

We have completed the first phase of branding for Atlantic Coffee Solutions’ (ACS) proprietary and all natural decaffeination process, and are proud to introduce the new name and logo for Decafinair. The Decafinair process gently removes caffeine using only the

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Surfs Up!

Texas surfing and Texas surfboards have a uniqueness of their own. Surfing became popular in Galveston in the 60’s and the most popular style boards were the “long boards” boards that were 9 foot and longer. As styles changed boards

Posted in Culture