workshop for MHAT

Hal Collins, one of the ants in the colony, did a workshop at the Mental Health Assoc. Board of Directors retreat on Saturday, 1/23/2010.

The turn out was fantastic and the crowd was very interested in learning more about how Web 2.0 / Social Marketing could further the reach of the Mental Health agenda for the Tulsa area and beyond. Great group of people that work tirelessly for the betterment of metal health in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.

If you would like more information about the Mental Health Association in Tulsa please go to their website. Also while you are at the website, please help support them by donating here.

Our ants get the job done no matter what…

The ladies were enjoying the benefits of  working with the “Wine for Wishes” event for Make a Wish.

Wine for Wishes Event - Diane, Angela and Lauren
Wine for Wishes Event – Diane, Angela and Lauren

The ants at AcrobatAnt go to great lengths to get the job done. Here are some shots to prove that Bryan Cooper is not afraid of heights and loves his job.

Bryan on the roof, David Bryan and his son on the ground.
Bryan on the roof, David Bryan and his son on the ground.
Bryan getting that perfect shot lined up...
Bryan getting that perfect shot lined up…
Riding off into the sunset... at the Patriot Golf Club!
Riding off into the sunset… at the Patriot Golf Club!

Small Business? Mid Size? Large Business?

Most companies… large or small, need to present themselves as professional and someone you would want to do business with. Almost every business encounters problems related to graphic design, advertising, or marketing. Companies need graphic design professionals experienced in internet marketing, web site design, and traditional media marketing. AcrobatAnt, a full service advertising and marketing agency, specializes in solving visual branding concerns for small, mid-sized and large companies.

Our clients come to us seeking help to create a look, messaging, brand recognition, and consistency in their marketing and advertising strategies. They know that they need to invest in their business to generate profits in the future. AcrobatAnt works as one of your team members to produce a refined, consistent graphic design strategy within your budget—everything from web site design to graphic design collateral for all print, broadcast and on-line media.

Good advertising and marketing can be exactly what your budget will allow… We know that we need to invest in your dream to make our dreams come true. We know that if we help your small business to grow that you will come back to the ones who helped make that happen.

Contact one of us today… we can help. Angela Harless – (918) 938-7912 or

AcrobatAnt wins National Telly Award!


Local Company Wins National Telly Award

Saint Francis Health System was awarded a bronze 2009 Telly Award for its “Good News” television campaign, highlighting the hospital’s cardiac services. The spots were created by AcrobatAnt, a full-service advertising and marketing services firm, and produced by Flying Colors, both Tulsa-based companies.

Telly Awards honor the best local, regional, and cable television commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions, and work created for the Web. This year’s competition drew nearly 11,000 entries from all 50 states and around the world.

The Saint Francis spots feature cardiac specialists and surgeons delivering good news to heart patients and their families, and end with the tagline, “The Power is in our Hearts.”

Other 2009 Telly winners included American Cancer Society, Bass Pro Shops, Harpo Productions, Microsoft, NFL Films, Nickelodeon, Sony Pictures and Warner Bros.


You can view the TV spots at AcrobatAnt’s YouTube channel.

Direct links to the “Good News” spots: *other in campaign *this one won

For more information, contact Jane Zemel at AcrobatAnt at 918-938-7904.


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Couple of ants in Florida…

Angela and Danny went to Naples, Florida to work with Fiddler Films on a video shoot… The shoot went great and everyone was happy with the locations, talent and made good friends along the way. The pictures show that fun was had all around. Danny is heading back this week to sit in with Fiddler in the editing suite. Oh those traveling ants get around!

Acrobatic… Ants

All of us here at AcrobatAnt like to think we have a little ‘Acrobat’ in us. Compare us to these acrobat skills and traits and see for yourself.

Flexibility –So acrobats can put their feet behind their heads – so what?! We can ramp up a new project or halt one in a moment’s notice.  We can meet on the client’s terms – in person, online, via email or phone. Each client manager prides themselves on managing projects in a way that each unique client would expect.

Grip – Acrobats seem to have pretty good ‘grip’ – they can grab a moving bar and not let go while flinging themselves across an arena. Well, AcrobatAnts have a pretty good grip too. We manage to hold on to our clients and not let them slip through the cracks. Most of our clients have been our clients for over 5 years – and we plan to keep our new clients for at least that long and longer. When we enter a client relationship – we are in it for the long haul. We pride ourselves in our ability to hold fast to our client relationships.

No Fear – Acrobats aren’t really scared of heights, falling or a lot of other ‘scary’ things. We also welcome some ‘scary’ things like new tools, processes and ideas. The phrase, ‘But we haven’t done it that way before’ isn’t in the AcrobatAnt language. If there is an idea or tool that makes since for our client’s goals – let’s do it! No fear!

Friends – Acrobats have to count on their team to do their job. If you can’t trust the person on the other side of the trapeze, who can you trust? AcrobatAnts are a team and we’ve learned to trust each other. The variety of experience and expertise on our team makes us stronger and more flexible. One person’s strengths spread throughout the colony, increasing everyone’s performance. While, a person’s weaknesses are minimized by their coach and team members who help improve their technique and keep them from falling off the trapeze while they learn. Acrobats are team players and so are we.

Performance – Even if an acrobatic team puts on the best show of their life, what does it matter if no one watched to critique their performance? AcrobatAnts do their job, do it well and expect to be held accountable. We make our clients happy by not only performing amazing feats of marketing, but also helping them see how the performance helped their business objectives.

So, while you (probably) won’t see us flying through the air or doing amazing feats of balance – we pride ourselves in being acrobatic. If you want to see what AcrobatAnt can do for your business, contact us today at