The heartbreaking events of the last week have shaken the Dallas advertising community to its core, and the coming months will be very hard as this tsunami spreads beyond their walls and engulfs their vendors.
But, this much we know. The Richards Group is more than just one man and one tragic and regrettable moment. They are nearly 700 mothers, fathers, friends and co-workers now waking up every morning in the shadows of uncertainty. For 25 years, we have laughed and cried and rolled up our sleeves with them to create things that have changed our lives.
And we are heartbroken. All of us at charlieuniformtango are here for them. Now and always.
And to Stan. Thank you for the company, the legacy, and the community that you built. And the immeasurable positive impact you have had on our industry, our city, and especially on all of us at charlieuniformtango. Thank you.
You have left your shop in great hands, and this community is 100% committed to them, and to insuring another 44 years of Richards Group success. We all pray that the agonizing choice you've made to step down may be accepted by clients as the change they hope to see and then the healing can begin. ... See MoreSee Less
What David Eastman said...let's go do this! And I'll add, let's kick some ASS while we're at it. Love you Tango family.
Thanks for the support. You guys are the best! TRG is going thru some rough times right now, but they are not close to being "done". They will overcome this.
Tango you’re a class act ....always!
Love you Tango family.
So well written Jack!
Thank You CUT!
Okay, gang. Let's go do this.
Thank you Tango!
Deborah Vaeth Kish
I do not understand the outrage.
Maybe because I am a person of color who does not partake in Recreational Outrage or maybe...?
I would truly appreciate any insight that someone, anyone, would be willing to share with me.
If needed you can PM me. I give you my word as a gentleman that whatever is said privately will remain private.
For the record I dont see the problem here. Certainly not a problem the size that would warrant such a tremendous response.
When I first read the post I thought the guy must have been revealed as the leader of a child slave outfit.
Turns out he just said something that is likely true, in a private meeting and now the Recreational Outrage Posse has grabbed him by the P*&sy!
What am I missing??
Had he said “it’s too white”....would there be a problem?
Happy Boss’s Day to Lola & Jack! This photo is from year 1 when they officed out of The Call, a Casting agency Lola’s husband Todd ran. Thanks @deedlesroom for finding this in the archives. ... See MoreSee Less
Here's the new music video from Fakemaker, filmed in our Dallas office by Daniel Jarvis. Fakemaker consists of three tango guys, Deedle , Matt & Tony. Joey Waldrip did the color correction and the song was mixed by Decendents drummer Bill Stevenson. Enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less
Who is more famous: Danica McKellar or Jake from State Farm, that is the question. It's a toss up. Justin Wilson is part of the ensemble of directors on the Texas-based charlieuniformtango squad. Just...
We are happy to announce our video for “Scarred and Petrified” shot on 16mm and 35mm film will be screening at this year’s #austinunderthestars film festival. Thank you to @solidariat_, the @CUTango team, and everyone involved for all of the incredible work they put in on this!
I did an interview w/ @screenmag and got to talk about sketchy jobs I had when I was young, as well as why I'd want to play the super villian Mojo if I had the chance. http://screenmag.com/story/2020/sep/23/12734/
#RobinsWish director Tylor Norwood on telling Susan Schneider Williams’ story: “The filmmaking process for me was about taking on the weight of this woman’s grief and the weight of trying to retell Robin Williams and his story” https://bit.ly/2Gxj6fV
We’ve won a boatload of awards including National Addys, ANDY’S and a Lion. Our work has been featured in everything from the CA Annual to the AICP National show. Super Bowls? Been there seven times for six different clients ranging from Geico to FIAT. Our long form work has been projected at festivals from NXNE to SXSW and across both ponds to Melbourne and Leeds.
Innovation? Yep, we’ve done that too. Back in the last century, we cut our teeth on the 60th avid on the planet - AVID #60, we were also the first to open the all inclusive, do it all under one roof creative editorial house featuring offline, sound design/mix, visual efx and finish. More recently, in 2004, we partnered with Company 3 to pioneer the world’s first virtual telecine. Today, we’re connected to MPC LA, NYC and London. So, in short - we’ve been around.