CJRW Appoints New Board Members

Darin Gray, chairman and CEO of CJRW, announced the appointments of Lauren Euseppi and Chris Ho to the agency’s Board of Directors.

What, if not Google?

By Keegan Wright
Depending on your age and how early you adopted the internet, it’s possible that every online search you’ve ever done was a Google search. In fact, before you did that search, you probably said something like “one sec, let me google it.” This year, as Google celebrates its 21st birthday, it represents 9.2 of every 10 online searches worldwide.

Arkansas Business "Best Places To Work"

Last week, CJRW was named one of the state’s “Best Places to Work” by Arkansas Business. We are delighted by the honor and owe a debt of gratitude to the men and women who share their talent everyday to make our agency what it is. Congratulations, CJRW, and keep up the good work! Here’s a little more about what it’s like to work at Third and Main.

CJRW’s Scott Mosley Earns CAPM Certification

For project managers in the advertising world, earning your CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management) is like getting your black belt. Scott Mosley, CJRW’s Senior Project Manager, recently earned this prestigious certification from the Project Management Institute, a global association with more than 700,000 members in 207 countries.

Why CJRW Started Paying Employees to Travel in Arkansas

Good ideas have a way of seeming really obvious after the fact. This feeling was recently shared by CJRW employees at the announcement of the company’s innovative new Explore Arkansas initiative.

CJRW appoints new board members

LITTLE ROCK, AR (December 14, 2018) – Darin Gray, chairman and CEO of CJRW, announced the appointments of Jennifer Morgan, Katherine Vasilos, Maxine Williams and Shanon Williams to the agency’s Board of Directors.


In our fourth and final day at SXSW Interactive, we made the most of it. We got to be Matt Damon in The Martian at a Lockheed Martin VR demo that was, well, not unbelievable but “almost believable,” which is better. We sat in virtual cafes and commented on the noise level of flying cars during a VR survey about the flying-car future. We also made it to a focused series of sessions about the future of content, understanding and marketing to Gen Z, and what brands can do to stay relevant going forward. Here’s the best of our fourth and final day at SXSW 2018.


There’s a renewed energy today in Austin, and the festival met it with a packed schedule that included some of the most detailed and informative panels so far. Yesterday was all about vision. Today was about experience, and we got all kinds of it during our third day at SXSW. Here’s the best of Day Three.