Tents, sails and events

Tents, sails and events

It’s hard to act the part of the gracious host when overseeing an important outdoor event stresses you out. Frequently event planners are worn out before the day begins. And that’s a shame. With original and innovative designs for tents, sails, and giveaways, you’ll appreciate VFC’s expertise.

What’s new at VFC?

What’s new at VFC?

Three nice sites launched in March… more on the way in April!

A toast to the NEW YEAR

A toast to the NEW YEAR

Twenty twelve is all but gone and VFC is looking toward a new year in a not-too-distant future with hope and confidence!

We’re inspired to make 2013 our most creative and productive year yet with some cool new clients and projects in the works even as we write this.

Rallying Around the Region

Rallying Around the Region

Virtual Farm Creative wants to be more than an advertising agency to a region full of promising small businesses. We want to actually contribute to the revitalization of a region that will be meaningful for decades. We want to help the brands that we do partner with matter more.

Creating the Perfect Name: Six Steps to Success

Creating the Perfect Name: Six Steps to Success

Creating the Perfect Name. Company, product line, service offering and product nomenclature is a VFC specialty!

Tag Lines: Advertising’s poetry

Tag Lines: Advertising’s poetry

VFC is focused on strategy… We don’t just whip up some words and say, “here’s your new tag line,” like those newer competitors of ours might. Instead, we undertake actual competitive research, trend studies and market testing to present options within them VFC criteria that will perform for the brand.

Secrets Revealed!

Secrets Revealed!

Being a client can be one of the toughest jobs in the marketing communications world. Those of us who have been there before know the terrain pretty well. It’s one fraught with dangers at every turn. Knowing how to navigate through the political, philosophical and attitudinal pitfalls can mean the difference between building a successful client/agency relationship and failing at this critical marriage of the two key players in the field.