Kids are the stars in Kohl's Cares product video
- Ken Schellin
- Jul 21, 2017 8:00:00 AM
- sales & marketing, corporate communications, recent work, product video
Each year, Kohl’s Department Stores offer a new lineup of plush stuffed animals at just five dollars each to benefit children’s initiatives worldwide. With 100 percent of the proceeds being donated to charity, the effort has raised nearly $300 million since 2000. Recently, Kohl’s asked Plum to create a video introducing the new plush toys to employees as part of their Kohl’s Cares initiative.
Six WI companies, three days of shooting and one big payoff
- Kelly Daley
- Mar 31, 2017 8:00:00 AM
- nonprofit, sales & marketing, spot work, Social Media, image piece, commercial, television
The Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin came to Plum Media looking for a quality television commercial and some fresh material for its web page. Due to the Plum team's extensive planning and hard work, the BBBhasmore than enough sound bites, b-roll and interviews for its website and social media outlets.
Spooky social media campaign a success for Plum client, Snap-on Tools
By: Colleen Black
Cackling witches, howling wolves and a grumbling Frankenstein all took center stage in the five-week social media driven campaign for client Snap-on Tools.
Plum Producer Gary Cline, Videographer Jason Klappa and Motion Graphics Artist Kevin Petajan collaborated on the holiday-themed project with Snap-on Tools and Branigan Communications. Together they developed a theme for the Spooky September campaign which channeled vintage 1930’s style horror movie posters.
Generating excitement for the Third Ward’s newest landmark
By: Colleen Black
It’s the district of delicious food, groovy music and great people. We would know, we’ve spent our paychecks one too many times at various places across the Third Ward just to experience all our backyard has to offer. So when we were given the opportunity to help raise awareness for a development project that will contribute to further growth in our area, we didn’t hesitate to accept.
Plum-Produced commercial campaign showcases the customers behind the brand
- Kelly Daley
- Sep 28, 2016 8:00:00 AM
- video marketing, sales & marketing, spot work, commercial, television
By: Colleen Black
The inescapable smell of sweet barbeque sauce fills the air. The Plum crew stands by, audio equipment in hand and F55 camera poised, ready to capture a family of four at their Menomonie-based barbeque food truck business. A normal day for Plum? Not quite. Then again, this ongoing campaign for Hearst Marketing Resources and WESTconsin Credit Union has been anything but ordinary. It’s given the Plum team yet another opportunity to do what they do best, tell fascinating stories.
To create, make or produce the CREO fashion show
In Latin, CREO means to create, make or produce. Every year, Mount Mary University’s Fashion program has its students, majoring in both fashion design and merchandise management, plan, produce and manage a professional-caliber fashion show by the same name. All clothing designs and modeling are done by the students, as it serves as the final exam. This year’s venue was at the Wendy Joy Lindsey Theater at Pius XI High School.
Milwaukee Business Journal's 2016 Women of Influence Awards
Plum Moving Media prides itself on capturing the personality of a story, an interview, a company, an issue and relaying that through the powerful medium of video. What an honor it was to interview the 2016 Women of Influence this year hosted by the Milwaukee Business Journal.
From corporate executives to grassroots community organizers to the founder of a charter school for Hmong-American refugees, each story was unique and the passion each woman brings to her work, community and home life was truly impressive.
Introductory Video for the 2016 Women of Influence / Produced by: Gael Garbarino
It was summer in our hearts… for Milwaukee festivals.
Visit Milwaukee, a tourism organization, approached Plum last summer with a unique challenge of covering twelve individual festivals over the course of several months. They wanted to showcase the very best that these festivals had to offer, but also plant the seed that when thinking festivals, people are thinking Milwaukee.
Life-changing documentary storytelling in the classroom
By: Kelly DaleyCOPE24’s “Life-Line” is the first production in a new video series entitled “Elements.” It features five women who became pregnant as teenagers. COPE24’s mission is to reduce child abuse and neglect. This documentary-style production is being shown in classrooms around the U.S.
Unleash the power of your sales channel with a memorable recognition event
- Rich Schmig
- Jun 7, 2016 9:45:59 AM
- sales & marketing, live events, corporate communications, events & resources
As soon as people hear that I manage and produce live event awards programs, they inevitably ask, “What’s the coolest location or biggest event you’ve done?” That’s like picking which of your children is your favorite.
Each event is unique and memorable. Plum’s events team had the pleasure of working with a Fortune 100 company to help honor their valuable sales channel partners. These channel partners use their powerful selling skills to promote the company's brands and the top producers were awarded a red-carpet gala weekend at The Beverly Hilton in Hollywood, California.
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