Back in World War II, “Rosie the Riveter” was a symbol of strength, feminism and we-can-do-itness. She was also famous.
But was she ever… Instafamous?
Meet Sam Rose Brahler. A modern-day Rosie the Riveter, Sam recently graduated from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor’s of Communication… and then stormed the front lines of MACLYN’s noble war against Average.
She isn’t technically a riveter (Who is? Seriously?). But Sam has both the red hair and the fiery spirit of Rosie. And as an Account Coordinator, she channels this inner flame to help strategize and execute plans for clients like Dunkin’ Donuts.
And did we mention she’s Instafamous?
Eli is looking to accumulate as much knowledge as he can.
In another life, Eli walked the doctoral path – he is fascinated by medical innovation. He now focuses his efforts on spreading altruistic messages across the globe. He cut his teeth early on, promoting small businesses and start-ups before moving on to help local family-owned businesses in his second home of Bloomington-Normal. Continue reading Meet MACLYN’s Finest: Eli Shiman
MACLYN is perpetually in search of new tactics to turn the tide of our war with Average.
Average has many allies. One of them is Obsolescence. That’s why we investigate future tech, in the hope of blasting Banality back to the Stone Age. In the case of this topic, tomorrow comes today. Continue reading Through the Looking Glass:
How Augmented Reality is Changing the Game, and the World as We See it
“The will to succeed is always welcome here.”
As a migrant mother and daughter walked through a doorway built through a border wall, 84 Lumber was catapulted from virtual unknown to overnight sensation. Continue reading Don’t Stop Believing:
At Super Bowl LI, Advertising Takes a Stand
When he’s not seeking harmony in the universe through words, Ian Rigg is creating it onstage. Continue reading Meet MACLYN’s Finest: Ian Rigg
Article by: Jonathan Krueger, The Des Moines Register
Following the lead of AltoonaNow, the East Polk Regional Development, Inc. has teamed up with MACLYN to help rebrand the organization.
The group will unveil its new brand Wednesday, Oct. 19.
“It is something that we hope will get the attention of hopefully of the metro area and also site selectors and groups that we market to nationwide,” said Alex Lynch, executive director of the East Polk Regional Development, Inc. Continue reading EPRD to have a major rebranding
MACLYN doesn’t want a copywriter.
We want someone who reads Whitman during their lunch break, then references him in a billboard.
Someone who asks for a second check from the waiter because they scribbled all over the first. Continue reading NOW HIRING: Copywriter
Do new social media tools get your brain going? Do your friends know you as a social media innovator? Are you constantly looking for new ways to connect with people through the Internet? Does the thought of social media marketing excite you?
This paid internship position is for a superb go-getter looking to do kickass work with an awesome team.
If this sounds like you, let’s chat. Continue reading MACLYN is Looking for a Kickass Social Media Marketing Intern
Effective July 1, creative advertising agency, MACLYN, will be opening a Des Moines satellite office. Continue reading MACLYN Announces the Opening of a Des Moines Office
Inspired by gurus of every universe—especially those of a galaxy far, far away—Tiki is an office mascot with the soul of a sage and the body of a totem. Continue reading Meet MACLYN’s Finest:
Tiki | Guru