We Make Waves.
There are bucketloads of water problems out there – and we are helping to solve them.
When it comes to protecting water quality, our client, Great Water Tech (GWT), has answers. GWT uses advanced technology to get the highest quality, safest possible water. They are already protecting and preserving 20% of Germany’s water infrastructure and are now entering the U.S. market. GWT needed a name, a brand and media coverage – that’s where we came in.
Greg Meyers and Kevin Gaffney collaborated on the branding and naming of Great Water Tech, as well as their three subsidiaries; Folmar™ Pipe Protection, Algae Armor and Swift Source. We developed all of the design elements, then Mason Henry brought all of these features together in their new website. Meanwhile, Patrick Rosenstiel and John Perlich led the way in developing government relations and business development. We brought it all home by launching GWT’s social media as well as promoting the brand to some of the biggest names in the water industry.
Within weeks, we landed stories in significant industry publications. From WaterWorld.com to InformedInfrastructure.com, GWT was being recognized for their innovation and quality products.
Don’t tread water. Make a splash.
Sometimes qualifications are tough to hide. Faith is working on a Major in Journalism and a Minor in Leadership: both are showing. She is organized, methodical, ready-to-work, and has earned the right to chip in on strategy and writing all over the shop. We like interns who lean into what they love doing and want to learn, so Faith is contributing to writing for many of our clients – and working on website development. She previously held positions at Intermedia Arts and America Reads. She’s from Jackson, Minnesota and will graduate from the University of Minnesota in 2018.
Jordan has worked at some of the most influential ad agencies in the world, promoting everything from luxury SUVs to energy efficient lightbulbs. After taking a stab at a career in the fitness world, Jordan realized that account management in a creative environment was her true calling. And as for fitness? Well, she just completed her first marathon and qualified for Boston.... what can we say, she's going places!
We brought Kevin on as an unknown intern, but his niche as a badass writer, intuitive story-pitcher, and strategist-in-training kept him on board. From biotechnology to financial services and renewable energy – Kevin has led a broad range of public affairs and public relations efforts while working at Ainsley Shea. Although his hair takes on various forms, he always exudes brilliance.
Mason’s a quiet guy. But don’t let that fool you – the wheels up there are turning. Mason sizes up the essential components of interactive media and knocks them out of the park: complete, awesome digital platforms, web pages, banner advertising, all the vital stuff. You name it.
Greg's been doing graphic design for a long time - in fact - he knows how to work a pen and pencil almost as well as the Adobe Suite. He's worked in a variety of agencies and corporate settings across the Twin Cities and we've been lucky enough to land him here at Ainsley Shea. If you need an eye for detail in your images, he's got it, and our clients are forever grateful.
John is the kind of guy you want on your team. Thoughtful, he's got solid writing chops and always willing to put in the elbow grease and hours it takes to get the job done. After serving as a Legislative Assistant for four years in the Wisconsin State Legislature, we decided to draft John for our team, a decision that has served our clients well.
Our fearless leader. Pat is recognized nationally for his expertise and results in politics, public affairs, public relations and business development. His objective as CEO of Ainsley Shea is to build the world's most effective and efficient integrated communications offering for corporate, government, and association group clients. And he’s getting it done.