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Lost In Translation. A Lesson In Australian.

It was back in 2007 that I landed in Vancouver and headed straight to Whistler as most Aussies do. As you can imagine it took a while for my accent to properly convert to what it is today; a mish … Continue reading

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Where Did All the Guitar Players Go?

As part of Spring’s marketing campaign for the Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival we did a guerilla project using guitar cases. Street musicians have always been synonymous with folk, rock, and blues music so we thought it was only natural … Continue reading

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Spring Turns It Up To 11

Normally advertising agencies don’t get involved in live event production, but here at Spring we’re open to trying new things. So when Tourism Burnaby hired us to promote the Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival we thought it would be really … Continue reading

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It’s Game Day…

It’s game day. Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals. And the Vancouver Canucks are leading the series 2-1. Man, this is exciting! I’ve been fortunate enough to attend three games during the post season. I’ve sat in Rogers Arena … Continue reading

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Facebook testing ‘real time’ ad service based on your status updates

What has long been rumored as inevitable seems to be coming true, as Facebook has begun testing their ‘real time’ ad service that reacts to users’ online actions, taking into account their age, gender and passions. As reported by MarketingMag.ca … Continue reading

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The Anniversary Party

It’s a moment most Vancouverites and Canadians will never forget. The “golden goal” as it’s been branded, which claimed Canada’s final and arguably most proud gold medal of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. It was a moment that sent this … Continue reading

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Dine out Vancouver: Customers 2 Restaurants 1

What a brilliant idea Dine out Vancouver is!  It’s hard to see how anyone can lose.  Customers  get a deal, and have a great incentive to try out new places – and restaurants get to put bums on seats at … Continue reading

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Recap of Vancouver’s GROW2010 Conference – Part 1

On Friday I attended the 1st annual GROW Conference in Vancouver. GROW2010 was a technology conference that brought together today’s leading entrepreneurs, thinkers, influencers and investors from Silicon Valley and Canada to inspire innovation and entrepreneurship. The event turned out … Continue reading

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The Springer Report: Our Very First Spring Field Trip

A new initiative we’re taking here at Spring is to gather all the Springers once a month and head out into the city for some fun. We’ve even given it an official event title: Spring Field Trip. Rob was the … Continue reading

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