"Always be a student." It’s the principle that keeps us relevant in a constantly evolving community. We’ve dedicated ourselves to being ardent pupils of the industry, freely sharing what we’ve learned so that we can all work smarter.
Stone Ward’s relationship with Sport Clips Haircuts has spanned more than a decade. The agency began working with the budding franchise with 400 stores in 2007, and recently helped the brand celebrate its 1,700th store opening.
If you’ve ever wanted to see the world from a different perspective, it’s now easier than ever to make that happen. Aerial video and photography can add unique perspective to larger projects or stand alone as interesting short content. At 360 Filmworks, when we pack our bags for a production our drone is one of our favorite tools to include.
Recently Stone Ward created a narrative website to showcase the extraordinary new collection and exhibit at the Arkansas Arts Center, “Becoming John Marin: Modernist at Work.” After the artist’s daughter-in-law donated 79 of her personal pieces (conserved with support from the Henry Luce Fund in American Art), the Arts Center wanted to showcase its Marin collection in an online format that would
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC) is committed to keeping the sport of hunting top of mind among Arkansans. In an effort to retain active hunters and recruit new outdoor enthusiast to the sport, AGFC partnered with Stone Ward and 360 Filmworks to launch a digital campaign focused on getting more Arkansans in the woods while increasing hunting license sales.
Stone Ward is proud to announce another award for its agency culture: a place on PRWeek’s prestigious “Best Places to Work” List. On the heels of being named (for the second year in a row) to PR News’ list of “Top Places to Work” earlier this year, the agency certainly has the team and workplace benefits that make up a collaborative and creative culture.
Sport Clips Haircuts, the largest haircare provider dedicated to men and boys, is the heart behind the largest veterans' scholarship program in the world, Help A Hero. The VFW and Sport Clips established the Help A Hero scholarship program in 2013, but have worked together for more than a decade to support America’s service members and their families.
Goodwill Arkansas is committed to changing lives through education, training and employment. Funds generated through the sale of reusable donated goods at Goodwill stores throughout the state can help create jobs and fund critical training programs. In the last fiscal year, Goodwill Arkansas served 14,533 individuals and helped 6,173 Arkansans attain jobs with businesses statewide.