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Our 2012 promotional campaign for the Wyndham Championship is officially underway with a photoshoot at Sedgefield Country Club depicting spectators in various vacation attire. Photographer John Walsh is aiding WilsonMcGuire Creative in this effort as we retouch our 2011 champion into this photograph in hopes of inspiring everyone in the Triad to ESCAPE TO THE WYNDHAM this year. Look for...

“No good deed goes unpunished.” That’s what my client said as he called to tell me he’d received his thousand promotional books in the nick of time last week. Unfortunately, he said, there was a typo so he couldn’t use the books for his meeting as planned. My stomach hurt. We had turned this 12-page book around in less than six...

The www in world wide web has always seemed like it should stand for “wild wild west.” After all, that’s what the web has been. New territory. Unproven. Lawless. And filled with possibilities. Now that social media sites are rampant, it’s wilder than ever -- especially when it comes to that fine line between our personal lives and our professional...

I don’t understand leap day. I know it’s an extra day in years evenly divisible by four. I know it’s in February and it somehow keeps our calendars in alignment with the earth’s revolutions around the sun. But if we’re getting an extra 24 hours, why don’t we get to choose how to use it? I don't know about you, but...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE:  2.24.12 USGA HIRES WILSONMcGUIRE CREATIVE WINSTON-SALEM, NC - WilsonMcGuire Creative has been retained by the United States Golf Association to develop and establish a video and collateral piece promoting the 2014 U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open Championships to be held at Pinehurst Resort. WilsonMcGuire has worked with the USGA for a number of years, most recently on print, online...

As we ease into 2012, it’s only natural to review what we learned in 2011. What’s the best thing your company did in 2011? Was it for your business? Was it for your client’s? What client did you work the hardest for? What client paid you the most? And, most importantly, do those two answers match? The best thing WilsonMcGuire Creative...