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Do you need to freshen up, modernize or digitize your logo or graphics? Have you made changes to your business’ signage and your print or digital presence don’t reflect those changes? Are you launching a new business that needs branding or re-branding? We can help! Contact us today!

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Witry Collective Wins Best Real Estate Agent

Congratulations to our clients the Witry Collective on being selected as one of the Best Real Estate Agents 8 years in a row and now as their own brokerage in their first year of business as the Witry Collective, LLC – #1 Best Real Estate Agent in Gambit Weekly!

 

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New Real Estate Brokerage Launches

Picnic Media is proud to launch Witry Collective, a new brokerage firm in New Orleans. The Witry Collective places value on ownership, equity and women in leadership positions. The partner/owners in the collective are transforming every aspect of the real estate experience which combine their personal strengths and established business relationships with leading technology to support their clients in achieving their goals. The Witry Collective’s focus on residential, mixed-use, investment and commercial properties in historic districts is an important part of preserving the architectural future of the city of New Orleans.

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Witry Collective is comprised of Katie Witry, Brett Rector, Adrienne Labauve, Josh Walther and Darrin Duplissey.  In 2017, the realtors generated $48.9 million in sales volume.

Picnic Media handles marketing, public realtions, website design, SEO and more for the firm.

Witry Collective Recognized for Outstanding Leadership

Congratulations to Picnic Media client’s the Witry Collective for taking home four Gardner Realtors Golden Dome Awards and being recognized in New Orleans City Business this week! We know 2017 will bring even more tremendous success to the Witry Collective.

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