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Schifino Lee - 4:55 pm April 10, 2017


Posted in Advertising

No one wants to be sold to. Or worse, lied to. Which is why Schifino Lee, an advertising agency, doesn’t believe in advertising.    Intriguing campaigns are still king at capturing attention, but holding it now means less professional copy and more conversations.    So don’t sell. Connect.    The how is easy. Your audience […]

Schifino Lee - 2:45 pm March 23, 2017

Schifino Lee Expands Social Circle

Posted in Advertising, Agency News, Culture, Social Media

With social media’s explosive growth making it one of the most powerful weapons in the marketing arsenal, we wanted to add more firepower to our social media team. Our latest weapon is Kate Dempsey, SL’s new Social Community Coordinator. Kate’s talent in navigating the endlessly evolving intricacies of social platforms comes from years of experience […]

Schifino Lee - 4:54 pm March 9, 2017

At the 2017 Addy Awards, Seven is Schifino Lee’s Lucky Number

Posted in Advertising, Agency News, Design, Florida, Graphic Arts, Tampa Bay Happenings

All the outstanding work we did for clients last year continues to win big at award shows. Schifino Lee’s latest recognition came in mid-February at the 2017 AAF Tampa Bay Awards Gala, where we scored two Gold and five Silver awards. Our award-winning work spanned a broad range of categories, from videos to out-of-home to […]

Schifino Lee - 5:29 pm January 18, 2017

Bringing Home the Silver for Athletes + Causes

Posted in Advertising, Agency News, Client News, Graphic Arts

We are proud to announce that Schifino Lee will receive a Silver Award from the International GRAPHIS 2017 Logo Competition for their work for Athletes + Causes Lance McCullers Jr. Foundation. The logo, designed by Associate Creative Director Chad Grandey, combines the elements of a dog house with a baseball diamond’s home plate, constructing an […]

Schifino Lee - 5:35 pm December 12, 2016

Creating the Invitation

Posted in Advertising, Agency News, Culture

  Recently, I had a coworker ask me an interesting question.  It was posed in a way that implied that he had never really thought about it before. As if he was even surprised he was about to ask it, and a bit concerned about how I would answer. “What is it like to be […]