Harley Davidson wanted to honor their fans in the service during military appreciation month. With more than 2.5 million Facebook fans, they decided to create an application that would let military riders tell their story.
With our partners at Campfire NYC and Fixative, TrestleMedia helped to create an interactive Facebook application to promote Snapple’s Papaya Mango tea as part of a tie-in with the CBS program, "The Amazing Race."
Along with our partners at GO Creative, TrestleMedia helped design and develop a Web site for EPIDEMIC: TB in the Global Community. This project was created by David Rochkind, an award-winning photographer who has spent years working on projects about tuberculosis.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts was creating a new exhibit of Artist Nuns of the Renaissance. However, a primary piece was still being restored and could not be moved to the museum for the display.
When you are the association for the world's fasted growing energy industry you need to be able to communicate clearly to your members, the media and the public about the state of this ever-growing industry.