HAD Portfolio Samples

Microsite

"We captured 2nd place in the International Newspaper Marketing Association competition for our microsite." Click Here

:60 Radio Spot

Joe the Plumber was famous before the 2008 U.S. presidential election. Listen and laugh to Joe the Plumber. Click Here

STARBURST® Packaging

Developed packing concepts for M&M MARS changemaker counter displays including STRARBURST® and MILKY WAY®. Click Here

Invisalign® Print Ad

Created the campaign: LIKE WEARING NOTHING AT ALL. The next generation in braces. Removable. Comfortable. Invisible. Click Here

Interactive Graphic Animation

Play Pick The Pistone, with your hosts Hall-of-Fame goalie Bernie Parent and Flyers hockey analyst Steve Coates. Click the image above to play the game and learn more.   Click Here

Video Wall

Residential Communications Network launched two retail stores in Boston and NY featuring the RCN Video Wall. Click Here

Corporate Identity

Independence Brewing Company. Fresh from Philadelphia. Quality not quantity. Declare your independence. Click Here

Print and E-commerce Catalog

“The company grew from a grand total of literally $50 to $5,000,000 in annual sales.” Click Here

Organic Search

From 0 Total Rankings to 146; From 0 Number One Rankings to 27; From 61 Monthly Unique Visitors to 806. Click Here

Residential Communications Network

I have had the good fortune to work closely with John Harris.  John was our Corporate Marketing Director.  As Marketing Director of this new enterprise, John played the pivotal role of converting our business plan into a sound approach for customer outreach.  Through the first phase of customer acquisition, we surpassed all of our sales projections.  Such success is in no small way due to John Harris' efforts.

RCN's business is quite complicated.  We supply competitive local and long distance telephone, cable television, and internet access to residential and business customers.  Each one of these businesses is fairly complex.  Taken together it provides a great challenge for managers running each aspect of the enterprise.  The marketing challenges proved to be among the most vexing. We had the unusual characteristics of being both a competitive organization while also being highly regulated at the municipal, state, and federal levels.  Meeting all the marketing demands of such a complex regulated and competitive start-up enterprise, I'm sure you will agree, is a formidable task.

Yet John handled these issues with relative ease and earned a reputation in the company for delivering quality products on time and within budget.  Additionally, he has mastered the industry lexicon and understands the financial and operational nuances that are requisite for success in this business.



Allan K. Stern, New England Regional General Manager
Residential Communications Network