Cannonball Creative: Making an Impact

It’s estimated that we’re exposed to about 5000 marketing messages a day.1 And that research was from 2007. 

So, as consumers and people, what do we do? We ignore what’s ordinary and expected. We put on blinders. We build walls around ourselves to help fend off the constant barrage of bland, generic marketing we’ve all seen a thousand times before.

We launched Cannonball with one mission: to break through these walls and barriers people put up. To make an impact, and reach audiences by developing creative ideas that will engage, connect, and yes—maybe even enrich people’s lives in certain ways.

We’re passionate about helping brands share their stories, with their audiences, authentically. So, “making an impact” can mean something different for every client. For some, it might mean a holistic creative campaign that introduces a new product or service. For others, it could be a series of innovative videos that go into the backstory of how a product was developed. Or maybe it’s a clean, intuitive website that lets users explore the brand at their own pace.

No matter the company or objective, one thing always remains constant; we always work with our clients to ensure our creative solutions engage the right audience, in the right way—and leave them wanting more.

That’s Cannonball in a nutshell. We’re a crew of experienced creatives immersed in the world of advertising, branding, marketing, content strategy, development, production, web/app design, and communications. We’ve worked with global brands, innovative new startups, non-profits, game developers, schools, tech giants, automakers, and just about every other kind of company you can think of. And for every one of them, we’ve gotten to the heart of their story, and helped tell it in a unique and compelling way to the people they want to tell it to.

Are you ready to make an impact? Let’s chat, because we love meeting people who are as excited about telling their company’s story as we are.


Team Cannonball

  1. Yankelovich, a market research firm, estimated that a person living in a city in 1977 saw up to 2,000 ad messages a day, compared with up to 5,000 in 2007 when the study was conducted.