Plan. Target. Persuade. It sounds simple enough – but these days, finding your audience takes more effort. Convincing them takes more skill.
Our partners have advised and created advertising for Democratic candidates, ballot initiatives and advocacy campaigns in more than 40 states – helping win campaigns from the top of the ticket to the back of the ballot, including:
- Steve Bullock’s victory in 2012′s most competitive governor’s race;
- Antonio Villaraigosa’s landmark election as the first Latino Mayor of modern Los Angeles;
- Campaigns & independent expenditures that helped elect 6 U. S. Senators, 3 Governors, 10 Members of Congress, and 7 Attorneys General.
Our TV, radio, and digital ads have won numerous awards – including a five-year winning streak at the Pollie awards and a spot on MSNBC’s Top 10 Ads of 2010.
But we know that winning today takes more than one good TV ad.
That’s why Three Point is more than a traditional ad agency.
We’re a strategic & creative media company built for today’s campaigns. More than a disparate list of services, we offer a comprehensive approach to help our clients move opinions, and win:
Maybe it’s because two of our partners are former campaign managers, but we understand that a winning media campaign is built on a solid foundation. That’s why we don’t just show up when it’s time to make commercials. From budgeting to earned media planning, political outreach to debate prep, we help our clients long before the cameras roll.
Before you can move voters, you first need to find them. To us, that means going beyond the traditional playbook to create a data-driven, “surround-sound” media plan – with the right mix to reach your target audience efficiently:
- Broadcast & Cable TV
- Digital & Mobile
- Outdoor & Print
From a campaign kick-off to the closing TV spot, our most basic job is to help our clients move opinions. To us, that means telling a story that executes a strategy. It means engaging, and respecting, the audience – and refusing to settle for conventional wisdom, tired clichés, or ads that look like late-night infomercials.
But don’t just take our word for it. Please take a look at our work, and judge for yourself.
Three Point Media at work: