Our Clients In The News

Results are the cornerstone of our work and our success. Through a combination of sound strategy, strong relationships with the media and excellent follow through, we’ve been able to garner outstanding results that put our clients in front of their target audiences.

Floor Covering News: Autumn sees more depth of color, dimension for tile category

Floor Covering News: Autumn sees more depth of color, dimension for tile category

Daltile’s new Identity collection was featured, with an image, in Floor Covering News‘ feature on tile trends for Fall. Read the full story here

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The Dallas Morning News: Anti-Bacterial Girl

The Dallas Morning News: Anti-Bacterial Girl

In today’s Dallas Morning News, PhitGrip’s founder and inventor Dawn Meifert was profiled…and called “Anti-bacterial girl,” a la Madonna’s Material Girl. Great picture, too! Read more about it here

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FloorDaily: Daltile in Eighth Season of Extreme Makeover

FloorDaily: Daltile in Eighth Season of Extreme Makeover

Nice coverage of Daltile’s continued participation in the well-regarded daily tile industry email news alert, FloorDaily.net. Daltile in Eighth Season of Extreme Makeover – FloorDaily.net.

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ArchitectureWeek: Overland Partners’ design of the Penn State Arboretum Overlook Pavilion featured

ArchitectureWeek: Overland Partners’ design of the Penn State Arboretum Overlook Pavilion featured

In this week’s edition, ArchitectureWeek featured the Penn State Arboretum’s Overlook Pavilion, which was designed by our client Overland Partners. Read more here

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Real Estate BisNow Houston: Parks in the MUD

Real Estate BisNow Houston: Parks in the MUD

Landscape architecture firm TBG Partners was featured in Real Estate BisNow’s Houston edition for its extensive experience in working with Municipal Utilities Districts (MUDs, for short) to create parks and other neighborhood improvements that can ultimately help raise property values in the area. TBG’s Bill Odle and Susan Cita met up with BisNow’s editor at […]

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Urban Land: New niche for homebuilders

Urban Land: New niche for homebuilders

Our client TBG Partners is featured in the July/August 2010 issue of Urban Land in a story about infill neighborhoods. Brent Spraggeins, one of TBG’s experts on new urbanism and neighborhood development, provided expert commentary on the topic. Read the story here (log-in required)

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World Architecture News: Overland Partners seek LEED Silver for arboretum at Pennsylvania State University

World Architecture News: Overland Partners seek LEED Silver for arboretum at Pennsylvania State University

What a gorgeous write-up on Penn State Arboretum and its goal for LEED Silver certification! Featured heavily was Overland Partners design of the arboretum’s Overlook Pavilion. Read the story here…

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Dallas Morning News: Homeless Center gets architecture award

Dallas Morning News: Homeless Center gets architecture award

The Dallas Morning News included a write-up on the prestigious international architecture award received by The Bridge Homeless Assistance Center, which was designed by our San Antonio-based client, Overland Partners. Read the story

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Austin Business Journal: TBG Partners opens Ft. Worth office

Austin Business Journal: TBG Partners opens Ft. Worth office

The Austin Business Journal highlighted the opening of our client TBG Partners’ fifth office, this one in Fort Worth. The story ran in the publication’s daily email news alert, which reaches tens of thousands of business people, as well as on the ABJ’s website. TBG Partners opens Ft. Worth office – Austin Business Journal.

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NBC 5: In a Rush to Pay Your Tab? There’s an App for That

NBC 5: In a Rush to Pay Your Tab? There’s an App for That

NBC 5 (KXAS) in Dallas/Fort Worth ran a fantastic story on last night’s 10:00 news about TabbedOut coming to north Texas. The reporter, Omar Villafranca, interviewed the owner of the Back 9 in Addison, as well as a waitress there and customers, to get their impressions and expectations of the smartphone app. It was a […]

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