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ADVERTISING A form of communication for marketing and used to encourage or persuade an audience (viewers, readers or listeners; sometimes a specific group) to continue or take some new action. In Latin, ad vertere means "to turn the mind foward." We are the "Action Takers" grabbing whatever the client has and simply placing it in front of as many people as we possibly can negotiate in order to "turn the mind toward"!

The Advertising Agency that specializes in productive media placement.

Mission: To Serve Our Clients!

WZTV FOX 17 News, Nashville

Making the Nashville News ...Go SEBRA! ❤️ our clients!

BULL RIDING FINALS! 🤠 The countdown to the Southern Extreme Bull Riding Association Finals in Murfreesboro is on! Would you ever try this rodeo sport?

How do I celebrate International Women's Day?  In 2011 a Creative Advertising Agency Owner (a guy from Dallas) said to m...
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How do I celebrate International Women's Day? In 2011 a Creative Advertising Agency Owner (a guy from Dallas) said to me, "Allison you know the only thing you are good for is to look at and help me buy some ads, you CAN"T produce a TV Commercial! Get that out of your little head!"

7 years later....over 400 commercials produced! Thanks Dallas Attorney Ad Guru Guy for giving me the inspriation to make my mark in the Commercial Producing Industry!

Allison Hilton
A is for Advertising Owner



A 60 second view into what a Woman Can Do!


Advertising Made Simple!

Richard Schwartz & Associates, P.A.

A is for Advertising really had a great time making this one! Thanks Richie for being our client and our partner! A big shout out to All American Barber Shop for letting us invade their space! #aikenismayberry

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Richard Schwartz & Associates, P.A.

Latest from our client in Mississippi!😎

Hurt on the job or in an accident? One Call. That's All. Produced by A is for Advertising


Its official - A is for Advertising now has employees in 4 different states! #SCALGATN

Bea Arthur's final moments on the Golden Girls - Farewell Bea/Dorothy

On this day in 1992 the final espisode of "The Golden Girls" left behind episodes that aired on NBC from September 14, 1985, to May 9, 1992, with a total of 180 half-hour episodes spanning over seven seasons. The show starred Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty, as four older women who share a home in Miami, Florida.

The Golden Girls received critical acclaim throughout most of its run and won several awards, including the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series twice. It also won three Golden Globe Awards for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy.
Each of the four stars received an Emmy Award (from multiple nominations during the series' run), making it one of only three sitcoms in the award's history to achieve this. The series also ranked among the top-10 highest-rated programs for six of its seven seasons. In 2013, TV Guide ranked The Golden Girls number 54 on its list of the 60 Best Series of All Time. In 2014, the Writers Guild of America placed the sitcom at number 69 in their list of the "101 Best Written TV Series of All Time".

After six consecutive seasons in the top 10, and the seventh season at number 30, The Golden Girls came to an end when Bea Arthur chose to leave the series. In the hour-long series finale, which aired in May 1992, Dorothy meets and marries Blanche's Uncle Lucas (Leslie Nielsen), and moves to Hollingsworth Manor in Atlanta, Georgia. Sophia was to join her, but in the end, Sophia stays behind with the other women in Miami, leading into the spin-off series, The Golden Palace. The series finale was watched by 27.2 million viewers. As of 2016, it was the 17th-most watched television finale.


All American Barber Shop

All American Barber Shop

When the barber shop was just a thought, I always said I wanted an old fashioned barbershop like the one in Mayberry. Well this week an attorney from the great state of Mississippi chose our shop to film a commercial in. Look how it went. The whole crew is here. It has been a fun day at the shop. With Andy Barney and friends!!!💈💈💈💈❤️❤️❤️❤️

Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C.

Best Birmingham Ad in Super Bowl!

Did you see our new commercial that premiered at Halftime of the #SuperBowl? Check it out here and now!!! 🏈🏆📺 #atlantafalcons #gameday #riseup #newenglandpatriots #passionatelawyers #readyforthechallenge #motivation #alexandershunnarah #manofthepeople

Moving on up!

Moving on up!

Are you in Florida and Tennesse and need legal assistance? Alexander Shunnarah & Associates has EXPANDED into Nashville & Miami! Call NOW for a FREE consultation!

Southern Couture

A Quick Spot we did this morning at A is for Advertising! Chris Pope and Good Cody Brecht we make a fine team!

Our TV Debut!


Audio by Sam

And this is what happens when you mix Great Advertising Skills with Mad Attorney Skills!

What a fun project. Thanks Sioux Sharples for the hard work on the video. Thanks to everyone who enjoyed it enough to share it with their friends.

We love our Clients and their Families!

We love our Clients and their Families!

Alexander Shunnarah with his wife and three daughters in June's Bay Area Christian Magazine. In this issue, Shunnarah speaks on his Faith, Family & Business!


Some exciting news coming! We have some boxes to pack.....

Giving a shout out to the wonderful Traffic Ladies of the  Charleston SC Market TV Stations!  Great job ladies - we love...

Giving a shout out to the wonderful Traffic Ladies of the Charleston SC Market TV Stations! Great job ladies - we love working with you!

A is for Advertising

A is for Advertising

Today May 16th is National Sea Monkey Day!

National Sea Monkey Day celebrates these tiny aquatic creatures that are not monkeys at all but rather a type of brine shrimp. Their eggs can stay alive for a long time in dry soil and come to life when placed in water. "The name scientists have given the amazing and rare process is "Crytobiosis" which means "hidden" life." according to SeaMonkeysRule.info/amazingfacts.htm They became a popular gift beginning in the 1960s. They are inexpensive and easy to care for. Sea monkeys breath through their feet, have three eyes (only one when they are born), and can live for up to two years.

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Happy Sea Monkey Day!

50 Years Ago: Alan Shepard, First American in Space

It was May 5, 1961 from Cape Canaveral, Florida, Navy Commander Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr. is launched into space aboard the Freedom 7 space capsule, becoming the first American astronaut to travel into space. The suborbital flight, which lasted 15 minutes and reached a height of 116 miles into the atmosphere, was a major triumph for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

NASA was established in 1958 to keep U.S. space efforts abreast of recent Soviet achievements, such as the launching of the world’s first artificial satellite–Sputnik 1–in 1957. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, the two superpowers raced to become the first country to put a man in space and return him to Earth. On April 12, 1961, the Soviet space program won the race when cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was launched into space, put in orbit around the planet, and safely returned to Earth. One month later, Shepard’s suborbital flight restored faith in the U.S. space program.

NASA continued to trail the Soviets closely until the late 1960s and the successes of the Apollo lunar program. In July 1969, the Americans took a giant leap forward with Apollo 11, a three-stage spacecraft that took U.S. astronauts to the surface of the moon and returned them to Earth. On February 5, 1971, Alan Shepard, the first American in space, became the fifth astronaut to walk on the moon as part of the Apollo 14 lunar landing mission.


Presented by http://collectSPACE.com -- The Source for Space History and Artifacts. On May 5, 1961, Mercury astronaut Alan B. Shepard, Jr. made history, beco...

It was 1984 and I (Allison - Ad Agency Owner) was ___ years old (I remain to be mysterious), I went to the "record store...
Prince - God (Live 1985)

It was 1984 and I (Allison - Ad Agency Owner) was ___ years old (I remain to be mysterious), I went to the "record store" downtown in the small town where I lived looking for things on sale! (Lord knows I did not have much money to spend on the "wasted money" items as my Daddy always put it.) And there it was in a pile of Albums that no one seemed to want or even consider to be...well priceless. I bought a limited edition PURPLE vinyl album complete with poster and special unreleased hidden hits.... on Clearance! How excited I was to own such a treasure! I played that Album at least 100 times a week from 1984 until I grew into a new version of my life. I treasured every poster, every record, every moment that I spent listening to this true to life Star. In the words of someone that helped make me grow into the person that didn't allow others to hold her back, I will continue to press on and always remember....

"In this life things are much harder than in the after world
In this life you're on your own and if the elevator tries to bring you down.....Go crazy, punch a higher floor!"

Gods Peace Prince Rogers Nelson.


Prince "God" Live 1985 This was released as the non-album b-side, for the single version of "Purple Rain". Lyrics: In the beginning, there was God He made th...

Don Juan with John Barrymore

On this day in 1926, Western Electric, the manufacturing arm of the American Telephone & Telegraph Company (AT&T), and the Warner Brothers film studio officially introduce Vitaphone, a new process that will enable the addition of sound to film.

By the mid-1920s, several competing systems had been developed to add sound to motion pictures. In 1923, inventor Lee de Forest demonstrated Phonofilm, in which music was recorded on a narrow strip at the edge of the film. When De Forest tried to sell Phonofilm to the major Hollywood movie studios, however, they rejected it, dismissing “talking pictures” as a novelty that was not worth the cost. De Forest’s sound-on-film system evolved into the Movietone sound process, introduced in 1927.

The major studios also turned away Western Electric, makers of Vitaphone, in 1925. The Vitaphone system logged sound on a record linked electronically to the projector, keeping sound synchronized with image. Because the precise alignment of projector and phonograph had to be set by hand, the system was prone to human error; fitting a movie theater for a Vitaphone sound system was also extremely costly. Warner Brothers, then a minor studio, decided to act aggressively. It sank $3 million into the promotion of Vitaphone, which the studio announced it would use to provide synchronized musical accompaniment for all its films.

Vitaphone debuted in August 1926 with the costume drama Don Juan, starring John Barrymore and featuring an orchestral score by the New York Philharmonic. The following year, Warner Brothers released its second Vitaphone feature, The Jazz Singer, which included classical and popular music, as well as about 350 words of dialogue. The success of these two films led directly to the motion-picture industry’s conversion to sound, as the major studios quickly lobbied to gain the rights to use Vitaphone as well. Warner Brothers agreed to give up its exclusive rights to the system in exchange for a share of the royalties, and by the spring of 1928 virtually every Hollywood studio had jumped on the sound bandwagon.


*Logo Warner Brothers.

Young Don sees his mother run off, his father murdered.

Wishing a very happy birthday to our main gal. We hope you have a fabulous day! 🎉👸🏻

Wishing a very happy birthday to our main gal. We hope you have a fabulous day! 🎉👸🏻

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Don't forget to wear green today 😉

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Don't forget to wear green today 😉

Happy birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Happy birthday, Dr. Seuss!

"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view. Until you climb inside of his sk...

"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view. Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it." -- Harper Lee

Today, we mourn the loss of a beloved American author. At age 89, Lee passed away in her sleep this morning.

She is best known for her book "To Kill a Mockingbird", which won a Nobel Peace Prize for fiction in 1961.

Thank you for your words, wisdom, and perspective, Harper Lee. Rest in peace.

Happy Valentine's Day! 😍❤️

Happy Valentine's Day! 😍❤️


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