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Company Culture That Makes You Do a Double Take

- June 07, 2016

Work can easily become a bore – forced activity from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. that isn’t really enjoyed. Fortunately, I work for a company that breaks up the daily grind by creating a fun company culture. Here at HCK2, there are a variety of activities built into our day-to-day life that really makes working here enjoyable.

The HCK2 culture focuses on four pillars – growth, charity, integrity and balance – and these are all carefully integrated to create an environment that makes HCK2 the best:

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HCK2 Client Sabre Airlines Solutions Wins Five Communicator Awards

By: Emi FitzGerald
- June 03, 2016

We are thrilled for our client, Sabre Airlines Solutions, for winning five Communicator Awards for their work on Ascend magazine.

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HCK2 Client Denton County Transportation Authority Takes Home a Gold Hermes Creative Award

By: Emi FitzGerald
- May 19, 2016

e are excited for our client, Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA), for taking home a Gold Hermes Creative award for their State Fair campaign in the Advertising Campaign category.

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Git-Flow Implementation

- May 17, 2016

Attending a conference can open your eyes to new processes that will make your day-to-day workflow more enjoyable. Recently, our interactive team took time off to attend the Lone Star PHP Conference in Addison.

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A Night with the Dallas Roughnecks

- May 13, 2016

HCK2 recently participated in an agency-wide event to support the new Dallas professional ultimate disc team and HCK2 client, the Dallas Roughnecks. The atmosphere was electric as people of all ages filled the bleachers and surrounding hillside to watch the Roughnecks take on their rivals, the Austin Sol.

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Look Good, Pitch Good: Four tips to developing a toast-worthy, successful public relations plan

- May 03, 2016

Just like piecing together the perfect outfit for a night out, developing a successful public relations plan takes research, preparation and proper understanding of all the details; who is involved, what is the timing, why are we doing this? Before you put something together willy-nilly, follow these four tips to developing a successful strategic public relations plan:

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Demolishing the Wrong House – A Lesson in Crisis Communication

- April 15, 2016

This past winter, parts of North Texas suffered from a string of tornadoes. There were a multitude of homes damaged, or completely destroyed, due to this extreme weather. Several companies and community groups pitched in to help those who suffered extreme damage with rebuilding their lives.

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Four Tips to Improve Your Writing Skill Set

By: Rachel David
- March 28, 2016

Communication is a topic that people assume they know a great deal about, particularly because they interact with many individuals on a daily basis.

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The Bachelor Goes to McDonald’s: A Curious Case of Product Placement

- March 08, 2016

As a reality television junkie, I am constantly belying the naysayers of this esteemed genre about the extent to which reality television is, in fact, a portrayal of reality.

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How to turn a potential customer into a Valentine

- February 11, 2016

As we prepare to celebrate Valentine’s Day, love is in the air. Well…at least we seem to think.

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