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KK BOLD Takes Apache Casino Hotel Website to Happy Place

Apache Casino Hotel in Lawton, Oklahoma recently turned to KK BOLD for assistance with the design and launch of a new website. We set out to deliver a highly-functional, visually-impressive website for the casino and their many guests. Located at apachecasinohotel.com, the all-new responsive site is aimed at providing easy reading and navigation with minimum…

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Going Greentube – KK BOLD and Greentube Pro Play to Win Online

Building a brand from the bottom up – it’s every advertising agency’s dream.

Shooting From the Hip: Breaking Down the Ins and Outs of Two Client Photo Shoots

Recently, KK BOLD did two photo shoots for two of our clients: Apache Casino Hotel in Lawton, Oklahoma and Nisqually Red Wind Casino in Olympia, Washington. Janene Pudwill, KK BOLD’s art director, was the director for both shoots. To give you a better idea of what directing a photo shoot is like, we had Janene describe the inner workings of both shoots.

Nisqually Red Wind Casino Completes Expansion; Never Been Redder, Thanks

When you’re Nisqually Red Wind Casino (which you are probably not, considering that casinos cannot read e-newsletters), the redder you are, the better. So following the completion of their extensive 20-month expansion and the launch of KK BOLD’s largest marketing campaign of all time to go with it, things are so, so much more redder at Red Wind that they may just change their name to Nisqually Redder Wind Casino (Ed. note – They are not changing their name.)

Red Wind Blows Away With Smoke-Free Area, New Ad Campaign

Fresh air. We can all agree that it is delightful. Our friends at Nisqually Red Wind Casino certainly agree, as they recently opened up an expansive new smoke-free area to their casino. We at KK BOLD thought it would be a good idea to help spread the news of the clean breathing enjoyment to be had at Red Wind, so we assisted them in the launch of a new advertising campaign spotlighting the opening of the smoke-free area. Thus was born the “Bigger. Better. Redder.” campaign.

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