On Friday, April 11, Larry Stone and Millie Ward were inducted into the Southwest Advertising Hall of Fame, sponsored by the 10th district of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), encompassing Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
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.
It’s been said everyone has a story…and Stone Ward truly believes this about the businesses and people with whom we work. The tale of how Gordon Logan founded and built the franchise Sport Clips Haircuts is one worthy of telling. As our client, we nominated Gordon for the International Franchise Association’s (IFA) Entrepreneur of the Year award, one of its highest honors.
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.
As a full-service advertising agency, Stone Ward understands that helping brands succeed involves continuous learning across every discipline. In fact, one of our founding principles is to “Always be a student.”
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.
Last year, my family and I suffered a sorrowful loss when my 47-year-old cousin was killed in a car accident. He was an amazing, caring father of two beautiful girls and loved being an OB-GYN doctor. None of us realized the magnitude of his work until numerous “thank you” cards and baby pictures were made into a collage for his funeral.