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Marketing for Locations, Locations, Locations

When a business does its marketing well, it’s nearly impossible to hear that business’s name without automatically thinking about its brand identity. For example, Southwest Airlines is practically shorthand for great customer service. Coca-Cola might be bad for you, but there’s something about the wholesome image that it’s cultivated over the years that (still) makes…
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The Award for Rebuilding Trust Goes To…

Do you do your accounting with PwC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers)? No, neither do I. But I do know the London-based accounting firm has been tabulating the votes for the Academy Awards for the past 83 years. That fact alone gives them an air of steadfastness and trustworthiness. Or, at least, it did. Until Sunday night when…
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Albers Women Lean In

This weekend, the Durham Museum will open Searching for the Seventies which will showcase the 1970s through photographs taken for a federal photography project called Project Documerica. Get ready for a lot of fun pics of bell bottoms and folks doing the hustle! A more serious cultural phenomenon that we’re looking forward to seeing documented…
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Pizza Love

  If you’re thinking about pizza (and, really, who isn’t), you’ll love our new client. My Pie Pizza hit town two months ago and we have so enjoyed helping introduce their delicious pizzas and great salads to the Omaha community. What sets My Pie apart from other fine-casual pizza restaurants – in addition to their…
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Tragic Fire Shows a Community’s Strength

Last weekend’s explosion and fire in the Old Market was a heartbreaking way for Omaha to start a new year. Like so many in this community, several Albers employees are regulars at the businesses affected.

Seeing the Light

The 2010 Disney movie Tangled didn’t quite have the stickiness factor that the studio’s 2013 blockbuster Frozen did, but it made a cultural impact in at least one way: the popularization of Japanese flying lanterns.

The New Religious Revolution is Drawing Flocks to Omaha

In New York, people identify their part of town by neighborhood (i.e. Chelsea); in L.A., by intersection (Pico and La Cienega). Here, it’s by religious institution. “We live near St. Margaret Mary,” they say. Or, “the Starbucks by Lifegate.”

Friends in Low Places

I posted some concert tickets for sale on my Facebook page today. I bought them in a FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) moment, and woke up the next day with a huge case of buyer’s remorse. So, I’m getting rid of them.

Collaboration: Bringing Agencies and Startups Together

I really appreciate the effort to bring the value of the technology presenters to the agencies that can benefit from their endeavors. I know we really appreciated the startups and their innovative ideas and problem-solving nature.