EXCLUSIVE: Elijah Picket’s SpectreVision/Corporate X has bought the Los Angeles-based experiential advertising company Lucey Stepp. Below the Corporate X banner, Lucey Stepp’s staff will specialise in inventive answers for manufacturers and cultural houses.
Lucey Stepp, based by means of Brian Lucey and Ariel Stepp, will probably be a part of the newly shaped Corporate X Advertising and marketing, which has been making waves within the match manufacturing and model partnerships area. The corporate makes a speciality of creating forward-thinking approaches to brand-messaging, curating buzzworthy moments, distinctive match execution, and extra. Corporate X Advertising and marketing roster of purchasers contains Los Angeles Comedian Con, The American Cinematheque theaters, The Space on Sundown, and El Cine.
Lucey and Stepp will probably be spearhead Corporate X Advertising and marketing. The duo will stay majority companions in Corporate X advertising, along Corporate X/SpectreVision CEO Lisa Whalen, and minority companions Picket, Daniel Noah, and Josh C. Waller.
“We’re so excited to be a part of the Corporate X circle of relatives. The added assets and leisure relationships of Corporate X let us way a challenge with insider connections & a real figuring out of the internal workings of the trade. We are actually a one-stop store for inventive ideation, manufacturing, partnerships, programming, and content material advent,” Lucey stated.
“Whilst attending leisure premieres, FYC occasions and fairs, we have now been frequently inspired by means of the power and creativity of Lucey Stepp’s activation ideas, in addition to their huge connections to way of life, leisure, tune and sports activities manufacturers,” stated Lisa Whalen, Corporate X/SpectreVision CEO.
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