I guess you could say we have Nebraska Pride. We want to see our local communities thrive and local businesses succeed. We strive to help the Nebraska business achieve its goals by uncovering insights, developing strategies, and implementing marketing plans that can close the gap between your brand and audience.
Every brand, no matter the size, deserves a partnership with quality communication
strategists. Whether a large company looking to increase market share,
a small non-profit trying to spread
a message, or a dreamer with an idea. WE CAN AND WANT TO HELP.
Matt Robak - Account Services | Partner firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt founded Urban Finch in 2009 with the idea to help local businesses tell their stories. He is graduate of the University of Nebraska Advertising program and has spear-headed over twenty marketing and advertising projects. His love for Nebraska, business, and advertising has guided Urban Finch to steady growth since the company was formed. Matt's focus at Urban Finch is business development, brand strategy, and account services.
Cade Kudron - Creative Director | Partner email@example.com
Cade joined Urban Finch in 2010 and made an immediate impact. In his merger with Urban Finch, he brought the largest Indoor Advertising company in the state with him and continues to impress UF clients with his endless ideas. Cade is a Nebraska Wesleyan graduate and has a degree in Graphic Arts. He specializes in print, web, and identity design.
Aaron Wright - Developer | Designer firstname.lastname@example.org
Ella Weber - Graphic Artist | Illustrator email@example.com
Contrary to the old saying, Ella judges a book by its cover. As a creative artist & thinker she is passionate about designing on a holistic scale- merging content, concept and design. She holds a B.F.A in studio art from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, emphasizing in printmaking, illustration and design. Ella seeks to use a multidisciplinary approach in order to produce successful work.
Front End | Website Design and Branding
CMS Development | Custom Management Solutions, Database Design and Deployment, Rich Internet Applications
Mobile Development | iOS (iPhone, iPad) applications, Mobile Websites and Applications
Consultation, Research, Strategy,
Full Brand Analysis, and Campaign
Campaign Shoots, Product Shoots
Flyers, Artwork, Posters
Street Advertising, Non-Traditional
In the summer of 2012, the Nebraska Office of Highway Safety was looking for new ways to promote the "You Drink and Drive. You Lose" message and ultimately lower alcohol related crashes and deaths in Nebraska.
They came to Urban Finch for some big ideas. We thought rather than focusing major promotional efforts on specific drinking holidays such as New Years and St. Pat's day, that only take up one day, we would focus on Nebraska events where drinking is pervasive and lasts for weeks at a time. With its large concentrated crowds, the College World Series was an easy pick for the first event.
Urban Finch supplied the most popular venues around Ameritrade Stadium with over 10,000 "Get Home Safe" custom designed cups, and for two straight weeks, patron's drinks were served in the cups. These cups not only hit the target demo, but hit the target demo AT the target time. The cups were getting love on Facebook and Twitter within a day and the patrons we spoke with said they loved the idea and respected the NOHS for making an effort during such a big event.
Zoo Bar http://www.zoobar.com
Zoo Bar Mobile http://www.mobile.zoobar.com
Muhle Custom Contracting http://www.muhlecustomcontracting.com
Daniels Produce http://www.danielsproduce.com
Specialized Products http://www.spihvac.com
Edwards Stone http://www.edwardsstone.com
Giles Dentistry http://www.gilesdentistry.com
Jackson Services http://www.jackson-services.com
Mid-American Research (MARC) http://www.marc1.com
Urban Finch advertises in public restrooms of bars, health clubs, restaurants and other high traffic venues in order to target specific demographics in a relaxed and clutter-free environment.
Typically, our framed ads are mounted above the urinals in the men's rooms and inside the stall doors in ladies' rooms.