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KPS3 goes far beyond any normal definition of a marketing company, PR firm or digital agency. We handle large-scale advertising and branding campaigns, we build enterprise-level web and mobile applications, and we can train a room full of executives from across the country how to handle the media.Learn More About Us
Santa Maria Valley
There’s a place along the Central Coast that feels different than all the others. One that pairs simple with complex and unfiltered with flawless. Santa Maria Valley. It’s not fabricated. It’s wholesome, inviting and uninfluenced by the neighboring facade. That's the heart of the Santa Maria Valley, and what we focused on telling with the new brand, marketing campaign and digital assets.Read More »
University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine
We believe strongly in the importance of research when it comes to branding. So when we began to work with the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine to help define its brand, understanding the competition, hearing from the School’s community, and testing the creative were key.Read More »
Solano Community College
Solano Community College tapped KPS3 to build its brand from the ground up. With dwindling student enrollment numbers, SCC needed a partner who could re-energize its campus from the inside out. Starting with research, we developed an exciting new brand and a comprehensive strategic marketing plan to launch them forward.Read More »
Nevada Health Link
We partnered with the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange to help them navigate the uncharted waters of the Affordable Care Act. Together, we built a brand from scratch, communicated a complex idea to a skeptical audience and drove tens of thousands to sign up for health insurance. The results to date are the proof of sound research, focused creative and unconventional - yet impactful - tactics.Read More »
Rebrand a company, convert its software to SAAS and launch a mobile app? We’re game. Over the course of two years, KPS3 helped turn PlascoTrac into Hero -- a consumer-friendly, fun and robust company, ready to help schools tackle the problems they face in behavior and visitor management.Read More »
Business-to-business marketing isn’t always sexy, but it sure is a fun challenge (well, for us at least). For the past 20 years, we have handled all elements of branding, advertising, web and public relations for Dermody Properties, a national industrial developer headquartered in Nevada.Read More »
University of Nevada, Reno
We teamed up with the internal team at UNR for their new website design. We took everything we knew about standard higher-education websites and created a new playbook -- one that focused on the University’s core objective: attracting new students. We debated every idea, every photo, every line of code to produce a website that is truly best-in-class, on desktop, tablet and phone.Read More »
From Entrepreneur to Agency
I was an entrepreneur for five years, successfully building up a business I thought was going to be the career I held for the rest of my life. Now, I happily work in an agency — but why? Entrepreneurship was my first real job and I never really worked in “Corporate America” before starting my own business, but my fellow entrepreneurs assured me I was not missing out on much. From the sound of it, working for someone else...
Let’s Talk About Sex
Now that I got your attention, it’s time to turn to a very serious subject. Sex trafficking. As I blog about this important and timely topic, I do think it makes for a very interesting case study on the how one organization, whom you may not assume, leveraged the power of PR and social impact at the national level. Let’s talk about the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ). On the outside, it’s the oldest and...
The Soundtrack of KPS3
It’s about 15 minutes before my next meeting when I hastily reach over to unplug my laptop to take it into the nearest conference room. Before I can hit mute fast enough, AC/DC pierces the silence of our working bullpen. My fingers fumble over the keyboard to silence this public disruption. After a few seconds (though it seems like an eternity) I’m finally able to kill the music, and after a brief pause, a few heads turn and a...