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Making the Streets and Stages Shake

This past weekend marked the 40th anniversary of Woodstock - a three-day long festival of music and peace in 1969. Although I’m far too young to have attended, I would have given anything to have been there. When I watch the footage, tears come to my eyes as I think that in the midst of cultural upheaval - the birth of the women’s and gay movement, the “unwinnable” Vietnam war, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the National Environmental Policy Act, and more - some 400,000 people from all walks of life came together to convey a message of PEACE. Put aside the drugs, lack of restrooms, or rain, Woodstock’s music was full of rebellious tones that echo in us today. Take a moment and listen to one of my favorite songs, Jimi Hendrix’s The Star-Spangled Banner, from the festival.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2bGUeDnqPY

As the next generation, I’m proud to be part of a new era of change and of peaceful thinkers. In turn, I’m proud to be a member of DDA. Unlike many advertising agencies, DDA produces all work in house. Instead of outsourcing to foreign firms, risking quality for the sake of saving a buck, our team of professionals - copywriters, programmers, graphic designers, search engine optimization specialists, web developers, videographers, photographers, animators, etc. - creates project after project from our offices and studios in Southampton, PA. Read more on the subject by clicking Advertising Made in America. Furthermore, DDA is doing its part to lead the green revolution by conducting a four-day work week, investing in insulation efforts, and by finding ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle on a daily basis. Click DDA Green to find out more. And as an interactive advertising agency, we are pioneering a variety “green” projects from creating flash slide-show presentations that showcase a facility’s construction of huge solar panels that run their operations to developing virtual trade shows that save not only on print production but improve one’s carbon footprint. When asked if I think our generation has “what it takes to make the streets and stages shake,” my answer is quite simply, “yes”.

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