Look out for our new website launching this summer, new print and marketing products, and exciting partnerships we’ve developed to offer more services to you. Follow intox on social media for more updates:
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As well as producing high end, user oriented websites, intox Productions offers a complete line of printed marketing materials. Our new products include display banners, stickers, translucent plastic cards and a variety of specialty stocks for business cards. Call us for more details (914) 274-8494.
Last week Card Processing Systems co-brokered a deal with intox Productions to setup an online payment system for Century Property Management Services. Once completed, the system will integrate with Century’s management software allowing residents to its 25+ properties to pay their rent, utilities and home owners fees through an online portal. CPS will handle the merchant account services. More to follow.
This April intox Productions celebrated 15 years in business. “Its been an amazing journey and we’ve come along way as a company, so much has changed over the years in terms of the technology and the services we offer. We started primarily doing design and print work, and now we offer so much more including brand design, mobile web and commercial spot production” said founder Chris Miale. “We want to thank all of our clients who made this possible, some have been with us from the very beginning. Look for our new website this fall along with our ever expanding services.”
Swoon Worldwide was brought to life by creative directors from Saatchi & Saatchi and Mccann Erickson, and has launched brand campaigns for clients like Kohl’s, Target, Ethan Allen, Martha Stewart, Kmart and L’Oreal. Along with creating the website and online presence for Swoon Worldwide, intox will serve as the web design and development team for new projects. Look for more in 2013.
Last month Spot On Productions released a new public service announcement (PSA) with an on-going campaign from Special Olympics and Best Buddies called “Spread the Word to End the Word®” which seeks to eliminate the derogatory use of the word “retard(ed)” and promote the inclusion and acceptance of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
This hard-hitting :30 television PSA called “Not Acceptable” was directed by Spot On’s Frank Mosca and gives voice to a variety of minorities, each of whom expresses that the offensive, targeted slurs that are, or once were, commonly directed toward them are not acceptable. For more information and to watch the spot, visit www.alwaysspoton.com.