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MBB Agency Acquires Burly Studios

By , Posted April 1, 2019

MBB Agency is excited to announce that we have joined forces with Burly Studios, a Wichita-based motion design and full-service production company.

At MBB, we understand the importance of content creation. We don’t just believe content is king; we believe it is everything. We understand that every piece of content produced must be compelling and engaging. Video does just that. It has the unique ability to capture audiences, tell a story and evoke emotion unlike any other form of content can.

“We acquired Burly for a simple reason – to take our content creation to the next level. We expect it. Our clients expect it. And now, we can deliver it,” Shan Neely, Executive Creative Director and Partner, said.

Whether it’s a brand anthem, TV spot, pre-roll or influencer video, we’re creating compelling content that moves the needle for our clients every day, especially in the Healthcare and CPG industries. With Burly, we can do this on a greater scale and with further reach.

“With the addition of Burly Studios, we’ve amplified our ability to provide content in a more efficient and nimble way,” Garrett Street, Creative Director, said.

Since 2010, Burly Studios has created award-winning work for national brands from New York to California. We could not be prouder that Burly founder, Chad McClure, decided to join MBB Agency in our Leawood office.

“With Burly and MBB joining forces, we’re now operating at the intersection of breakthrough ideas and full-service production and motion design,” Chad said.

We think Chad is pretty great at what he does, and we think you will too. See it for yourself.

Take a look at some of MBB’s recent work and read more about our video capabilities here.

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