The Gerald R. Ford International Airport unveiled its new Elevate website to provide users with the most up-to-date information on the projects included in its capital expansion program.
ECP took home 21 awards, the most of any agency, as well as two Judge’s Choice Awards and overall Best In Show at the 2022 AAF West Michigan American Advertising Awards.
ECP found themselves among big names like Pepsi, Doritos, and Budweiser as they debuted a commercial during Super Bowl LVI on Sunday, February 13 for client Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Nearly 1 Million Viewers in West Michigan Expected to View Ad Created by Extra Credit Projects.
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH — Midwest advertising agency Extra Credit Projects (ECP), in collaboration with client YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids, has launched a campaign to promote new memberships just in time for New Year’s resolutions. With the last two years of decreased gym attendance due to the ever-present concerns of COVID, ECP set out to […]
Extra Credit Projects (ECP) is using traditional outdoor advertising in an untraditional way this giving season for client Guiding Light.
The new Mary Free Bed at Covenant HealthCare rehabilitation hospital has officially opened in the Great Lakes Bay Region. In collaboration with their advertising agency, Extra Credit Projects (ECP), the two healthcare organizations held a virtual grand opening ceremony.
Midwest advertising agency Extra Credit Projects (ECP) is helping shed light on the power of recovery for Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital. As part of a summer outpatient advertising campaign, ECP set out to use the sun as an essential part of the creative, relying on sunny days and perfect positioning to complete the message.
Coming off more than a year of interrupted schedules, online & off again classrooms, and overall unpredictable schooling, one of the big question’s parents are facing is education options for their students. Midwest advertising agency Extra Credit Projects (ECP) recently launched a statewide summer campaign for PrepNet Virtual Academy, a division of National Heritage Academies.
Not all is calm and bright for some men fighting addiction and
homelessness in Grand Rapids.
From trees to bees, Midwest advertising agency, Extra Credit Projects (ECP), helps to promote EARTHDAY.ORG with some of nature’s most essential workers front and center on out of home advertising around the country.
The latest billboard for Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, in collaboration with advertising agency Extra Credit Projects (ECP), has viewers doing double-takes.
Muhammed Ali, Betty Ford, Kobe Bryant and other icons are the center of a new book featuring the lifetime national tribute work of creative turned author Rob Jackson and his agency Extra Credit Projects (ECP).
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich—Local advertising agency Extra Credit Projects (ECP) took home nine awards at the 2020 AAF West Michigan American Advertising Awards—the most wins of any advertising agency. Winning entries included work for local and national clients—such as the Out of Home Advertising Association of America, MSU College of Human Medicine, Blandford Nature Center, and YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids—and spanned nine […]
Extra Credit Projects (ECP), award-winning advertising agency based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is expanding its offices to include a new studio in Detroit.
Grand Rapids, Michigan advertising and design agency Extra Credit Projects (ECP) took home six awards during last week’s OBIE Awards, hosted by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA).
Local children’s advocacy group, D.A. Blodgett–St. John’s, is back on billboards with a new message bringing awareness to their child and family advocacy services.
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and Michigan State University College of Human Medicine’s Department of Translational Science and Molecular Medicine have used the MSU Grand Rapids Research Center as a canvas for their efforts. The world-class research team wanted to not only raise awareness for the neurodegenerative disorder that affects more than 200,000 people in […]
A number of billboards have been baffling West Michigan for two weeks, and the advertiser has finally been revealed.