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Mightily Awarded Louisville Ballet Account

The final decision for the Louisville Ballet’s new brand advertising agency came down to Fieldtrip and Mightily. “Mightily came with a vision. They showed us something we didn’t know we needed or wanted,” said Cherie Perez, marketing director of the . . .

Posted 7 months ago

”Making America Great Again“ Means Moving Forward, Not Backward.

We’re in the midst of a huge cultural shift. Change used to happen slowly, generationally. And that was okay, because people could pretty much live their whole lives within a specific framework that they were familiar with. They didn’t have . . .

Posted 11 months ago

Peoples of Mightily — Jason

I can remember being in the classroom while a teacher critiqued my work harshly, rejecting it for the bulletin board. “Unacceptable. This work is far from exemplary.” Like anyone being dressed down in front of friends, I began to sweat, . . .

Posted 1 year ago

Peoples of Mightily – Chris

I busted my guts working fast food jobs from the age of 16, but I knew that I wanted to work in tech one way or another. So I also worked after hours teaching myself. If you really want to . . .

Posted 1 year ago

Peoples of Mightily — Amy

I love learning. There are more things I would like to learn than one lifetime will ever afford me. Trying different things is a wonderful contributor to a vibrant and fulfilled life. I love to paint, make prints, bind books, . . .

Posted 1 year ago

Peoples of Mightily — Michael

My wife and I went to Barbados for our honeymoon. I’m ashamed to say that after only a couple of days away we wanted American food, so we sneaked out to a KFC for dinner.  It was the best KFC either of us . . .

Posted 1 year ago

Peoples of Mightily — Kelli

Here are two things not everyone knows about me: I own an organic tea company, and, around the time I started working at Mightily, I launched a sustainable knitwear collection. Maybe these sound unrelated, but they come from the same . . .

Posted 1 year ago

Peoples of Mightily — Gregg

I played rock keyboards for a handful of bands in the ’70s and ’80s. Now that I think about it, it all feels a little bit Spinal Tap. Well, because it was. I once loaned Steppenwolf’s manager an organ speaker . . .

Posted 1 year ago

Peoples of Mightily — McKenzie

It’s really important to challenge yourself, but I also feel like I haven’t truly done that yet. Like most people I’m more inclined to caution rather than risk — leaving my home town to go to a big college then ending . . .

Posted 1 year ago

Peoples of Mightily — Andrew

I think that once you’re out of your teens, the accent you have is the one you’re stuck with unless you consciously try to change it. I’m not changing mine. I love being exotic.

Posted 1 year ago