Working alongside our friends at Communicators Group, a marketing agency in Keene, NH, that specializes in the community banking sector, Mondo produced this :30-second spot for Westfield Bank. The process started with Communicators Group concepting and scripting the piece. Mondo then shot and edited it. Mondo and CG then worked together to revise and refine it. As the final step, Mondo added motion graphics and text in post-production. The spot ran on broadcast television throughout western Massachusetts for 60 days.
Hyde Tools: Molding Puller
Hyde Tools is constantly reinventing the professional painting game with innovative new products. But when a never-before-seen tool hits the market, the consumer needs to understand its capabilities. That's where quick, easy-to-digest videos come in. Working with Springfield-based agency Six Point Creative, Mondo shot and edited this "explainer" video to showcase the Molding Puller's unique applications. Six Point used the video on Hyde's website and social media platforms, and a shorter version was utilized as a pre-roll advertisement.
Stowe Area Association: Go Stowe, Summer Ad
The Stowe Area Association represents retail, restaurant and lodging properties in the picturesque town of Stowe, Vermont. To attract tourists in the summer season, Mondo produced this 15-second spot, designed specifically for use as Facebook and Instagram advertisements.
Bascom Maple Farms: Maple Stream
Bascom Maple Farms is one of the largest maple syrup distributors on the planet. So when it came time to release their revolutionary new Maple Stream product, they hired Mondo to produce a short, energetic spot. It was primarily utilized on social media, although Bascom's PR agency also used it to accompany media pitches. Filmed entirely in Mondo's studio, the piece was concepted, scripted, shot, edited and post-produced in-house.
Real Rutland: Lifestyle First
To stoke pride in the residents of Rutland County, Vermont, we produced this :30 second spot as a component of the "Real Rutland" campaign. It aired on local television and ran as a pre-roll ad online.