D*MN Good Is Trying To Make DC Hip Again
As the DC area is in the midst of transforming itself into a hip, cutting-edge community that’s no longer solely reliant on federal dollars to sustain itself, creative and advertising firm D*MN Good is feeling right at home.
“Since we started our company almost 10 years ago, one of our main goals has always been to help make the District cooler, more hip and more creative,” says Neil Adler, a co-founder and executive editor at D*MN Good. Neil's snapped above on the right with his brother and co-founders Dan Adler and Mark Minicucci.
“What better way to foster a creative culture than by giving real estate developments—where people live, and the neighborhoods they live in—distinct personalities that make them more unique, and, frankly, fun?”
Currently, Neil and his colleagues are working on several branding campaigns for new development projects throughout the DC market, and they’re also “in the process of rebranding McWilliams Ballard, one of the most well-known real estate consulting and sales firms” in the area, Neil says.
D*MN Good also does PR work for firms like The Ezra Co, Rock Creek Property Group, West, Lane & Schlager and others.
Most recently, they've completed projects "with developers Akridge and Cas Riegler, and are just getting started on a new website for a prominent local architecture firm," Neil says.
We're thrilled D*MN Good has joined us as a private sector sponsor of our Bisnow Beltway Bash, to be held on May 23 at 5:30pm at the Wynn's Intrigue Nightclub at ICSC Recon. We hope you'll join us. Register here!