No two clients, stories or projects are the same. That’s why we are committed to providing creative, targeted, and effective communications support and solutions…that meet your organization’s specific needs. Below are select examples of how Creative Strategies has helped clients achieve their goals:

DryHome Roofing & Siding

Good Deed Indeed

DryHome Roofing and Siding gives away a free roof every year during the holidays. This year, Janice Coe of Leesburg, a tireless advocate for the homeless who often takes in homeless families, found herself in need of help. DryHome made sure she had a new roof so she can continue to help those in need.  We helped share this inspiring story with the community.

Rebuilding Together Alexandria


During Energize Alexandria, Rebuilding Together Alexandria volunteers provide free energy upgrades to low-income homeowners. We make sure people know.

FranNet of Virginia


FranNet of Virginia is a franchise "matchmaking" service, helping clients find the perfect franchise to buy. Creative Strategies matched the firm with a media strategy that is getting it ink in Huffington Post, the Washington Post, the Washington Business Journal, and others...and noticed in the DC metro region.

USA Science & Engineering Festival

Lil' Science Geniuses

The USA Science and Engineering Festival needed help getting people to its two day, hands-on science extravaganza at the DC Convention Center.  With help from us, almost every local publication--big, small and digital--and a numerous national ones covered the story. More than 300,000 thousand people came by--the Center's second attended event ever!

Washington West Film Festival

Story Can Change the World

The Washington West Film Festival needed help building its profile. The 3rd annual star-studded event that featured Ed Asner aspires to make the DC region a film hub as it raises funds for charity.  With help from us, almost every local publication--big, small and digital--covered the story before, during and after.  The growing event drew more than 2,000 film-goers.