We have a wonderfully eclectic mix of clients. We have worked with some of the biggest and best brands in the world. And we have helped launch new brands from dust. Here’s a look at some of the brands we have partnered with over the past couple of years.
That’s what she said…
We have a lot of great clients who say great things about their experience working with The Weaponry. Here are just some of the things our clients have said about us.
“The Weaponry lets you tap into major league talent without the major
league attitudes, headaches or price tag.”
“I called The Weaponry when we had some projects that weren’t progressing. Time was slipping away, and we needed help, fast. The Weaponry was all over it. They nailed the strategy. They killed the creative. We have now worked together on 4 projects. And I am looking forward to more.”
“I had no idea The Weaponry worked with such big brands. The way they work with us made us feel as if we were their only client.”
“As Mizuno North America was facing macro-economic challenges, fierce competition and a decades long integrated brand challenge across the various sports verticals in which it competed (e.g. baseball, softball, golf, running, volleyball, swimming, tennis, etc.) we turned to Adam and his team at The Weaponry. I’ve worked with Adam on a few different projects in the past and I had no doubt he and his team were the perfect partners to compliment the internal team and the strategic vision that had been crafted. Time was of the essence and in-short order The Weaponry produced. The consumer facing brand platform and creative ideas they generated were fresh, fun and financially focused; growing consumer engagement, loyalty and purchase. The Weaponry’s work was qualitatively and quantitatively tested and crushed the competition.”
“I had a really complicated strategic communication challenge that I
needed to solve quickly. They brought me 7 great solutions the next day. I really loved the idea we picked. It perfectly positioned our new strategy and has been adopted by our entire leadership team..”
“I have known Adam for over 20 years. He is beyond trustworthy, reasonable, and always a lot of fun to be around. One of the first decisions we made when I joined the company was to make The Weaponry our agency of record. Adam and his team completely changed the trajectory of our brand. There are a lot of great design companies out there. Not all of them will take the time to learn your business and make the process of a company overhaul exciting, engaging, and most of all fun. I don’t know where we would be without them.”
“I’ve worked with a lot of wonderful creative agencies throughout my career. They tended to be big organizations out of the markets you’d expect. So I had high expectations but with a smaller brand. Enter the Weaponry. The best agency I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. I’d take them with me anywhere.”
“The Weaponry is more than an advertising agency. They’re marketing problem solvers and idea generators. And also just a whole lot of fun. Never a dull meeting with that crew!”
“The Weaponry is a group that expertly synthesizes the value of what you do for your customer and brings it to life in the most compelling way. The process to get there is a team atmosphere verses a typical client vendor relationship which gives you peace of mind when you have a project or challenge. Throw it to them and they’ll bring back the most delightful solution.
“Adam and I have a work history that goes back exactly 20 years. At our first meeting during an agency search, he blew me away with a striking ability to combine deep customer insight with humour and human-connection to make compelling advertising. I’ve continued to work with Adam on many different mission-critical projects, over many years and several companies. He continues to ‘wow’. More than the strongest Creative I’ve ever met, he is a strong business partner who understands and delivers on client needs and above all else, simply a thoroughly good person. That’s why I strongly encouraged him to start his own agency. And I’m sure glad he did.”