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Morrisville, NC., March 4, 2021 – The Soil Health Institute (SHI), the global non-profit charged with safeguarding and enhancing the vitality and productivity of soils, is collaborating with Rivers Agency for its marketing and communications programs. After a competitive search for an agency of record, SHI selected Rivers to help the organization expand its impact… Read More

Creativity still thrives despite pandemic’s challenges Some say that innovation has slowed down in America. They argue that today’s science isn’t as groundbreaking, inventions aren’t as exciting, or that we’ve learned all that we can. However, we at Rivers Agency respectfully disagree. Innovation is alive and well. This can be seen through the constant creativity of businesses worldwide. Take the Virgin Hyperloop project,… Read More

This year we have learned that the 2020 Pandemic is the antithesis of the 1920 prohibition. Gov. Cooper has signed an Executive Order allowing restaurants and bars to deliver or carry-out mixed beverages effective tonight at 5:00 pm. This order will give small businesses a financial boost while we work to slow viral spread in… Read More

Hurricane Katrina, 9/11 and the 2008 Recession are a few examples of extremely difficult events from recent history that filled our society with uncertainty, anxiety and fear of the future. Now, we’re facing another huge challenge from COVID-19. Economists call these rare, unexpected and consequential events “Black Swan” phenomena. But the challenging period of recovery… Read More

Chapel Hill, NC (October 6, 2020) – When client Grubb Properties led an effort to sponsor the 300th home built by Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, the Rivers Agency championed the project alongside them. The agency is contributing funding, and despite limited volunteers and increased safety protocols due to COVID-19, our Rivers team members are looking forward…

In 1934, New England’s Wheeler Yachts crafted a 38-foot sport fishing boat for legendary author Ernest Hemingway. He named his new boat “Pilar”, which was Hemingway’s nickname for his second wife, Pauline, and also the name of the woman leader of the partisan band in his 1940 novel set during the Spanish Civil War, For… Read More

Every summer, countless families spend their afternoons enjoying two of America’s favorite things: baseball and peanuts. To capitalize on this perfect pairing, Rivers helped Hampton Farms create the “Hot Play of the Week” contest to target families with kids who play sports nationwide. The contest was designed to drive brand awareness, increase engagement and capture… Read More

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