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teamSpectacle Takes on #SXSW

These past couple weeks our very own Tamaryn was down in Austin, TX at SXSW—the of the biggest interactive, film, and music festivals in the world. While at the festival, #teamSpectacle was representing the West Michigan independent film community, several of our clients including Stage 32, WomenOnCall, and films in development.  While there, Tamaryn attended

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"God Bless The Broken Road" at Daytona 500 🏁

 Jordin Sparks getting ready to sign the National Anthem. Photo by AF O’ Say Did You See Jordin Sparks sing The National Anthem at Daytona 500? DAV Ambassador and a star in God Bless the Broken Road sang the National Anthem for the 59th annual Daytona 500 with the Thunderbirds doing a flyover at the

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Introducing Lowing Studios

Lowing Light & Grip Staff. Photo by Dan Irving Our client—Lowing Light & Grip—recently purchased Deano’s Studios—a sound stage facility where commercials, feature-length films, and corporate television stations are produced. #TeamSpectacle handled the PR for the announcement for what is now the new Lowing Studios. Lowing Light & Grip has always offered all the grip

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New Year, Big Announcements

Spectacle Creative Media Welcomes Stage 32 to Growing Client List Hopefully, you’re signed up to our newsletter (and if you’re not, get on that will you). But if you’re not you can read December’s newsletter here. In it, we talked about how in November we attended the American Film Market in Los Angeles. While we

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Client lands mention in major online outlet, BUSTLE

Our Client, Schafer Chiropractic, was recently featured in an article on Bustle about bad habits that can affect your neck and back. Bustle is a national, online outlet that averages nearly 1.2 million unique visitors per month, according to Cision. So you can see how this kind of awareness is important for Dr. Schafer and

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