Case Studies

Texas Book Festival

The Texas Book Festival celebrates the culture of literacy, ideas, and imagination, experienced by more than 20,000 people each year through the annual Festival weekend in and around the state Capitol.
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University of Texas System

Brenda Thompson Communications worked with the University of Texas System’s office of external affairs on all aspects of introducing State of Tomorrow to the public through public relations and marketing.
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H2Orange

Brenda Thompson Communications was hired to orchestrate the launch and ongoing PR for H2Orange, created by Steve Gurasich and Tim McClure, the G and the M in renowned advertising agency GSD&M.
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Don’t Mess With Texas

GSD&M hired Brenda Thompson Communications to help win the AdWeek-sponsored competition for the nation’s favorite slogan, and to launch and promote a book telling the behind-the-scenes stories of the people who created and starred in the campaign.
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Mobile Loaves & Fishes

mobileloavesandfishesDue in large part to successful public relations initiatives, in five years MLF grew to eight employees in six cities, had the largest number of volunteers of any nonprofit in Austin, and served its one-millionth meal.
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Texas Library Association

xla-logoTLA engaged Brenda Thompson Communications to create a bold public relations plan to encourage Texas legislators to restore some of the devastating funding cuts made to libraries in two legislative sessions to demonstrate the widespread support for libraries and to inspire participation by its members.
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DogBoy’s Dog Ranch

Dogboy's Dog RanchDogBoy’s Dog Ranch is a boarding and training facility for dogs.  When it was founded in 1995, DogBoy’s was the first kennel in Central Texas to accept only spayed or neutered dogs.
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