Aww boo! Sa Thursday pa pala ang X3M Dance Revo.

Akala ko bukas na. :( Di pa naman ako pwede sa Thursday. So so sad.

Anyway, good luck JMMC officers sa Eureka bukas and X3M sa Thursday! :) Wag niyo akong gagayahin na nakabilad sa araw buong X3M at nagkaganito ang balat:

Or sa gym na sila ngayon at covered dun? Hahaha. Okay fail. :))

I need to go to MC, like, soon. WOOHOO I cannot wait for Saturday! (Pero Friday muna. :P)

Arr, wala pa pala akong nahihiraman ng costume para sa kapatid ko. OTL

Ended up sharing a row with these boys. They still manage to make me smile even though not all of them are together. #joycemeyerconference #jmmc @joycemeyer thank you for the wonderful message tonight. #day1 #blessed to have an amazing youth group. Nice to see ate @abimere & are bim again. The girls in the row behind us, I’m glad you guys came with me.

The Lonnie Zamora UFO Case

On April 24, 1964, an American Police officer named Lonnie Zamora spotted a strange object streak through the sky over a highway outside of Socorro, New Mexico. The object was between a half a mile to a mile away, shooting off towards the southwest. It left a trail of bluish orange flames, and made a roaring noise as it passed overhead. Curious as to what it was, officer Zamora followed the object over a steep hill, catching up with it as it lay rested on the summit. What Zamora saw then has never been adequately explained.

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John Manlove Marketing and Communications has hired industry veterans John Sturdivant and Scott Justis to spearhead a new division called JMMC Digital. With an emphasis on digital, experiential, and social media, JMMC Digital will operate as an independent entity to advertising agencies and brand managers.

Scott Justis has assumed the role of Producer – Experiential Activations. Justis comes to JMMC Digital from the event production industry with past producer roles for broadcast, concert, corporate and special events. Justis was also involved on several award winning projects including the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo new stage design, the Chevy Sonic 3D mapping event, and the Montessori School’s 100th Anniversary Celebration. An Ohio native, Justis began his career with The Walt Disney Company in 1989. “I’m excited to be part of a dynamic, forward-thinking team here at JMMC Digital,” said Justis. “My history of creating innovative brand engagements now combined with social media integration will truly help drive our clients’ brand strategies.”

John Sturdivant has joined the team to head up the digital department as Director of Digital Technology.  Coming from the independent sector, Sturdivant specializes in enterprise level digital marketing including search engine, digital display, social media, email and onsite interactive. He brings a full range of experience and industry knowledge having worked with brands from the NBA to IBM. An Austin native, Sturdivant’s career began with Dell in 2000. “In my experience, successful brands fully integrate digital and traditional marketing strategies and JMMC does that seamlessly” said Sturdivant.

About JMMC Digital

JMMC Digital is a marketing, communications, and advertising agency committed to effective consumer engagement through online, mobile and live event brand experiences. We target actions that drive bottom line sales, maximize spend, and provide long-term brand equity.

A great logo is a powerful thing.  At John Manlove Marketing & Communications, a Houston Advertising Agency we put a considerable amount of energy into the branding of a company’s identity. And, frankly, there’s a lot to consider when creating a logo.


How will the logo be used

What are the color consideration

Competitor evaluations

Target market profile


Registering and copy-write


It’s also important to understand just what a logo is capable of doing.

Is it the logo that’s great, the company that stands behind it or the marketing and advertising that promotes it? It is clearly all three.


MGM was certainly not the first or the last company to use a lion as it’s logo, but the identity was combined with a grand company that started every movie it produced with its famous lion-roaring logo, it wasn’t long before the brand identity was cemented in the mind of the entire movie going world.


So even a great logo has to get out there and make a name for itself and the company that stands behind it must be a company that the public believes is a true leader in its industry.


As you can see, it pays to give some serious thought to your company’s identity. But a great logo is only the beginning. After that, the rest depends on supporting that logo, through creative, consistent and effective advertising.


John Manlove Marketing & Communications has been in the Houston advertising business for 50 years, and we assist clients by helping them successfully market and sell their products and services. We’re a branding company that creates successful marketing campaigns based on proven advertising principles that are driven by award-winning creative. For more information, contact our ad agency in Houston via email at, call 281.487.6767, or visit

John Manlove, CEO/President, John Manlove Marketing & Communications

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Manlove: Galveston Bay waits for disaster - John Manlove Marketing and Communications

“Hurricane Ike hit the Gulf Coast on Sept. 13, 2008, but five years later we still have done nothing. Why are we exposing one of our country’s most populated and productive areas to what we know will surely happen – massive flooding from a major hurricane?

It’s time we do something to protect ourselves just as residents did on Galveston Island more than 100 years ago. It is time to act responsibly and to protect our homes, lives and industry. We must start building the Ike Dike now before it is too late.”

Few cars have a distinctive image today. The new Cadillac with it’s recognizable front grill and with a hint of the Cadillac vintage fins on its tail lights make for appealing separation in a commoditized industry. Hats off to the Cadillac design team.