Journal.

Agenski of Record

May 22, Glens Falls, NY  Peak Resorts (NASDAQ: SKIS), owner and operator of high quality, individually branded ski mountains has named Trampoline as Agency of record for 10 of its northeast properties. The announcement comes on the heels of a shareholder’s report that season pass offerings for the 19/20 discounted sales window had increased by […]

Create demand and don’t let up

Today is the deadline for Peak Pass orders. 2019 passes went on sale back in early March, and prices go up May 1st! Tiered pricing tied to dates is a great way to incentivize consumers, but time limits alone will not seal the deal. Consumers need a repeat approach, even when the offering is a zero-hour affair, […]

Scavengers: End Scam

It’s here: the long awaited sequel. Scavengers: End Scam  The creative process can take many forms. Last May, we dropped the gauntlet at some of the characters that exist on our own industry. We timed it to coincide with the theatrical release of a certain Marvel Studios movie. This year, we’ve assembled a new rogues […]

Save the date

Our recent SAM Award for Best Use of Print has us considering the importance of artwork, even in a digital world. What is it about an event poster that attracts an audience? The buzz that built organically about the series of vintage destination posters that we arrived with at the 2018 Boston Ski Show was […]

$31,000 ROI on a T-Shirt.

In 2007, Trampoline was hired by Alta Ski Area to design a series of shirts to be sold on-property in Little Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City, Utah. Back then, the cost to design a T-shirt was around two hundred bucks. The series of designs that were produced included a particularly snarky headline that threw […]

Face It—A Story of Two Headshots

When we redesigned our website, we endeavored to manage it like we would a client project. There were times when the desire to “just get it done” tempted us to cut corners. Luckily we remembered all the times we’ve said to clients, “If you’re going to the effort of doing this, take the time and […]

From the Inside Out

Tramp Chat

Here is the first in a series of Tramp Chats. We reserve the right to be very flexible with where these conversations go, but the goal is to give glimpses inside Trampoline. We asked two of our former interns, current employees, Kacey Visser, and Oliver Derosier, to recount some of the things they learned along […]

Expert or Empath

Staff gathered for design critique

We live in a pretty great moment as far as communication tools go—there are performance-based algorithms, CRM, CMS, SAS, and on and on. Sometimes the biggest challenge is figuring out which tools you need. The thing that cannot be outsourced is our ability to be compassionate toward clients. We can keep ourselves up to date […]

Spec: Risk or Flex?

Proposals with custom 3D printed topographic maps

The question about whether to provide spec work on a project is one that our shop has danced around for the last 16 years. In our industry, providing creative work ahead of any contract or agreement to do work isn’t advised. On the client side, spec work is a lot like staying in a nice […]

Banking on Community

Glens Falls National Bank Exterior and sign

Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Company is a local anchor. The sign shown in this photo is visible from our window, one side features the time, the other the temperature. We often call out, “What’s the temp?” before heading out for lunch, the Glens Falls National Bank sign helps us know to bundle up […]