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Bat Out of Hell–The Musical launched at the Paris Las Vegas and HS was there to help with their marketing. Learn more about our involvement on our blog.Case Studies
October 27, 2022

Bat Out of Hell Roars Into Las Vegas

Six months ago, "Bat Out of Hell–The Musical" was not much more than a vision and an empty stage in the Paris Las Vegas. After successful runs in the United Kingdom, Toronto and New York, it was recently launched as one of the most widely anticipated shows in Las Vegas. With rave reviews for its rock-and-roll attitude and powerful interpretations of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf's classic rock tunes, the musical has been widely praised. The Las Vegas Review-Journal called the cast, “the best Las Vegas has to offer” and the show “a loud and rowdy execution” of Steinman’s hits.…
HearSay with LynellStaff
October 24, 2022

HearSay with Lynell

As HS celebrates 31 years in business, we thought it was time to talk to our Creative Director Lynell Weeg who has been creating inspiration with us for most of our three plus decades. After years in design, what is the part about creating that still excites you today? I really enjoy listening to a client’s objective, taking what’s rolling around in their head, and creating something that uniquely represents that vision and ultimately achieves their goals. I find that the most challenging, fun and rewarding. I love the mix of structure and parameters, with design and creativity in communication…
HenkinSchultz Celebrates New Year, Turns 31MarketingPress Releases
September 30, 2022

HenkinSchultz Celebrates New Year, Turns 31

As the calendar says we’re in the latter part of 2022 and the beginning of the school year, HenkinSchultz is actually celebrating the new year. That’s because on Friday, Sept. 30, HS celebrates 31 years in business. What Does it Mean to Be 31? As we reflect on being 31, we thought it might be fun to look back at a few famous 31s through the years. Mike Piazza, one of the greatest catcher hitters in baseball wore number 31. Sylvester Stallone was 31 when “Rocky” won the Oscar for Best Picture. And John Dillinger, whose gang famously robbed Security…