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Tuesday
May172011

Reinventing the heart and soul of Seattle

Pioneer Square has always been the heart and soul of Seattle, but lately the city needs a compelling reminder that this is still true. We’re working with the Alliance for Pioneer Square to develop a comprehensive campaign—from social to bus sides—that resonates with a singular story; we aim to put our beloved ‘hood back on the map for good.

The brochures and print ads are in development, driven by the core story and logo we created…

Come Share the Square

Pioneer Square offers extraordinary entertainment, spectacular sports, world-class cuisine, and superlative shopping, all rooted in a neighborhood brimming with charm and history. Nowhere else will you find such genuine, diverse, enchanting experiences.

Pioneer Square. The heart and soul of Seattle

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Reader Comments (2)

That's really cool. And while this is an older story for some, it's also worth pointing out to tourists that P-Square is fast becoming one of the hotbeds of tech and gaming in Seattle. I love the idea that within the historic brick facades of so many of these buildings you have a very modern, technological heart driving one of the major industries in this town.

Or to sum it up: P-Square or B-Square.

August 2, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMark J

"P-Square or B-Square" needs to live on banners, boobs, and bus sides. As always, your turn of phrase leaves us wanting more, master Jessup.

August 2, 2011 | Registered CommenterRob Dalton

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