Love Communications Contracted To Oversee Advertising, Marketing And Creative Efforts For Hawaii-Based Foodland
Foodland, the Hawaii-based supermarket chain, has hired Salt Lake City full-service advertising agency Love Communications to handle its marketing, advertising and creative needs throughout Hawaii.
Owned by The Sullivan Family of Companies, Foodland counts some 30 stores, primarily located in Oahu and the Big Island, with several locations in Kauai and Maui. Many locations feature special deli, meat and seafood service departments, as well as full-service banking and other conveniences. Founded in 1948 making 2008 its 60th anniversary Foodland is Hawaii’s only locally owned supermarket chain. Jenai Sullivan Wall, daughter of founder Maurice J. Sullivan, is the company’s president and CEO. Love Communications has also been handling advertising and marketing for the Hawaii-based chain of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf locations, also owned by the Sullivan family.
Love’s efforts on behalf of Foodland will include in-store signage, TV and radio production, graphics and logo development and weekly promotional marketing development and production.
“We are thrilled to be working with Foodland, which is truly a unique opportunity for us,” said Tom Love, president of Love Communications. “Over the past few years, we’ve been fortunate to extend our footprint throughout the Western United States. Hawaii is exciting new territory for our agency, and we look forward to a long relationship with the Sullivans and their companies.”
Founded in 1999, Love Communications offers a full range of account management, media planning, public relations and governmental relations, marketing, interactive, creative and production services. The agency, which reported capitalized billings of $28 million in 2007, operates under the direction of partners Tom Love, Rich Love, Preston Wood and Alan Reighard.