Posts About Building Good

It's not you, it's us. Love, Little Rock

by Liz Hamilton

While the Amazon HQ2 RFP generated 238 proposals, there was one “thanks, but no thanks,” response from Little Rock that gained national attention. Through an “it’s not you, it’s us” break up letter that ran in the Washington Post (owned by Jeff Bezos), Little Rock politely declined to respond to the request.

Little Rock, Big Success

by Heide Harrell

On March 16, the Downtown Little Rock Partnership held their annual meeting to celebrate downtown's growth over the past year. As one of the first businesses to call Downtown home, Stone Ward was proud to contribute our creative services to the design of the invitation and program.

State and National Accolades for Innovation & Culture

by Heide Harrell

Stone Ward is thrilled to announce that it has recently been named both “Best Advertising Agency” and “Best Public Relations Firm” by Arkansas Business, in addition to receiving an accolade from PR News as one of its “Top Places to Work in PR.” 

Stone Ward supports Sport Clips Haircuts in record-breaking “Help A Hero” outreach

by Dana Dussing Berry

Stone Ward began its work in 2007 to support Sport Clips Haircuts’ first Help A Hero outreach when the fundraising goal through 400 stores was $30,000.

Four Takeaways from Millie Ward - Soiree’s “Little Rock, Big Hero”

by Liz Hamilton

Every day, each of us get to be inspired by our founder and president, Millie Ward. Her creative drive and passion for clients, family and the community are inspiring on their own merit, but it’s her desire to make Stone Ward a fun place to “Build Good” together that makes all of us feel right at home.

Lucie Pathmann Inducted into Leadership Arkansas Class XI

by Liz Hamilton

Our fearless brand and communications leader, Lucie Pathmann, was recently chosen for this year’s Leadership Arkansas class.

Abbi Siler Named a Member of Think Big Little Rock

by Liz Hamilton

Charged with creating strategies to enhance life in the Central Arkansas region and make it a more attractive place for young professionals to live and work, the newly created Think Big Little Rock group has a big goal ahead of them.

Building Good for our Clients and our Community

by Emily Russell

Advertising is all about teamwork. And here at Stone Ward, we take pride in our ability to work as a team, whether we are delivering outstanding business results for our clients or engaging in community service. We believe in building good, both for our clients and for our community.

Virtual Reality: Changing Real Lives

by Lindsey Ingram

Call me a late adopter. A skeptic. Practical. Actually, don’t call me practical…long story. But, I am someone who appreciates the testing and proving of anything. So for me, the craze around virtual reality sets off every trigger in the “why is this important?” compartment of my brain.

Until now.

Millie Ward Named Business & Professional Leader of the Year by Rotary Club of Little Rock

by Liz Hamilton

Our very own Millie Ward was honored by the Rotary Club of Little Rock with its Business & 

Professional Leader of the Year Award. She also received a Sidney M. Brooks Fellow medal 

and certificate, the highest honor bestowed by the civic organization.

Sport Clips Haircuts founder and executives join others to “Shave the Day” in support of St. Baldrick’s Foundation

by Dana Berry

Razors buzzed to life at the Sport Clips Haircuts National Huddle as more than 130 “Shave the Day” volunteers went bald and raised more than $110,000 in support of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation’s work in fighting childhood cancer. Sport Clips is St. Baldrick’s first national sponsor, and the franchise kicked off the partnership with an attempt to raise $50,000 and best a St.

The Value of Shared Values

by Lindsey Ingram

Did you know that the now 20-34-year old population, also known as Millennials, has become the largest share of the U.S. labor market? Surprisingly, it’s true. So as the Baby Boomer generation retires and Millennials become increasingly important in our companies, what does this mean for employers?

Happy Valentine's Day! [Download Free E-Cards]

by Abbi Siler

At Stone Ward, we think Valentine’s Day shouldn’t exclude the people you spend 40 hours a week with…but flowers and chocolates could get weird. So, we’re sharing the love with some free e-cards to send to your work bestie. Because nothing says “I enjoy sitting next you 9 to 5” like another email. Browse & download free e-cards.

XOXO, Stone Ward

Heat Related Deaths In Football

by Tommy Walker

It’s time again for the high school and college football seasons to start back in the south. Starting in the middle of July or August, the heat is brutal on all players and coaches. It is very important for all athletes to be educated and follow through with hydration preparations prior to every practice. Back in my day, we had a little more of an advantage with preparation.

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