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Pitbull Advocates of America

Taking a regional non-profit to a national organization that is saving lives and changing minds about pitbull-type dogs.

Organization Rebrand

Pitbull Advocates of America started as a regional non-profit known as Brew City Bully Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They took their model of education, advocacy, and positive action to a national platform in 2019 and needed a brand to reflect that new growth and opportunity. 

Print & Digital Campaigns

Since the rollout of their new brand, we have managed the creative and contention several successful print and digital awareness campaigns including everything from door hangers to yard signs and direct mail solicitations. 

Advocate Kits

In order to effectively grow advocates in cities nationwide, an advocacy kit was developed to provide essential collateral, messaging, and guidelines to support the mission and action of the organization. 

Brand Guidelines

From mission statement to logo use to social graphics and talking points, we equipped the team at Pitbull Advocates of America with a priceless asset to help keep their brand consistently voiced, visual, and impactful for donors, advocates, and supporters.

Billboard Campaign

Major cities that face harsh breed-specific legislation are targeted for billboard campaigns aimed at educating the public on science-backed facts about pitbull-type dogs in an effort to reverse discrimnative laws.  The first city targeted was Denver, Colorado - which successfully reversed their law after 

Fundraising Merchandise

From t-shirts to hats and coolers to tote-bags, our original designs became part of an online merchandise store that adds additional passive revenue to the organization each month.


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