Major Regina Art House Drops Verboten Marketing Campaign
Credits: Major Regina Art House, Verboten
I don't have the best of news this morning. After reviewing the branding document (which is excellent by the way), our management team has opted to not proceed with this work. The discussions centered around the large number of "establishment" clients that we have on our roster, and the business risk this could pose for ruffling feathers with any of them as we go forward.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but better that we have this decision now, rather than later.
I wish you well in the venture, I'm sure you will have a lot of fun in the process.
Please keep in touch -- you're a great guy with a great idea. Good luck to you my friend.Our Response:
Free speech always has a price and this kind of thing only adds to its value. Thanks for letting me know. It's not right that you would fear consequence from other customers just for doing your job for me, but it gives Verboten credibility when major players like [redacted] feel that pressure. Shows we are on the right track!
Hope to see you on our side someday, we love our country as I know you do but we have to do what needs to be done for her and that takes risk. I want you to enjoy the show, though, and always feel free to jump in where you can. This is war and it will take a long time to win it.
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