2020 is well underway, but we wanted to take a minute to reflect on our favorite holiday. In many countries, Christmas or New Year’s gets the most attention, but for many Hispanic cultures, it’s Three Kings Day (a.k.a., Epiphany) that, quite literally, takes the cake. This year, in honor of UMG’s 10th anniversary, we wanted to celebrate Three Kings Day in a special way, so we commissioned local Greenville sculptor, Doug Young, to create a 3 Kings bas-relief for our clients. Here, we want to dive a little deeper into how Hispanic cultures around the world celebrate Three Kings Day.Read More
To read part 1 of our story, click here.
When we started the company, our agency space consisted of a 12″x18″ dry erase board, markers and more ideas than we could fit on that small board. We would list our target clients on our board as a reminder of who our big catches were. Because of that list, we would spend hours talking about how they made advertising decisions and how we could become a part of that process.Read More
Everyone has a story to tell. It’s part of what makes us unique. Our personal backgrounds shape the way we are and how we live our lives. We learn from past mistakes, we fondly remember moments spent with loved ones, and we spend many hours looking back through old pictures and scrapbooks.
As an agency, our story is no different. We love to tell our story every chance we get. We believe that where we came from is an integral part of who we are today, how we run our agency and what we want our agency to be in the future. UMG’s story is one built on family, entrepreneurship and a desire to enhance our culture.Read More