Leavitt Machinery

Leavitt Machinery has been a really fun account for us for a number of years.  We have done several different TV campaigns for them running spots in NHL and WHL hockey, NFL Football, the Vancouver and Sochi Olympics, and other mostly male oriented programming.

We added Sports Net personality Don Taylor as our spokesperson and he is doing a great job appealing to our predominantly male clientele.

We helped Leavitt become a key in stadium sponsor to WHL teams in markets where they have locations, which works as a great way for Leavitt to reach their target in many of these smaller communities, with the creation of the “Fan-O-Metre” that animates a lift reacting to crowd participation.

We also run extensive digital campaigns for Leavitt utilizing Youtube pre-roll advertising in their location markets.

Client

Leavitt Machinery

Art Direction

Matt Elton

Project Date

2011 - Present

Leavitt Machinery has been working with Elton Media on our Television and Youtube campaigns for 5+ years and are very happy with the services we have received to date. We look forward to working with Elton on our future projects.

Marketing Manager, Leavitt

Jennifer Pambrun

The creativity and experience of the team at Elton Media has brought our vision to life through TV commercials, radio ads, Social Media, and most recently through Youtube advertising. Elton Media has helped us shape our marketing strategy and present our services to the public in compelling ways. Elton Media is well connected throughout the industry, which has helped stretch our marketing dollar and expand our reach.

VP of Education at John Volken Academy and PricePro

Gabrielle Steed

Elton Media jumped into action for Vancouver’s first Aboriginal radio station, Journey 1063, providing branding support and collateral development to help us tell our story.

CEO Northern Native Broadcasting-Terrace Approved

Greg Smith

Cap-it Genuine Truckware is a proud supporter of Elton Media. Great team to work with over 5 years.

President of Cap-it

Andrew Funk