Visit Baltimore announced the “We’d Love to Meet You” campaign featuring destinations such as the American Visionary Art Museum in Federal Hill, Sagamore Spirit Distillery in Port Covington and the Elk Room, the swanky speakeasy in Harbor East.

During a preview event at the BWI Business Partnership attended by Capitol Communicator, Visit Baltimore CEO Al Hutchinson called for the entire region to be cheerleaders for all tourism. Visitors don’t know or care about city/county borders, he said. They are open to all tourism options in the region, he said during the Signature Breakfast Tourism panel held at Arundel Preserve .

Print advertisements will run in some trade publications, and a digital component will feature email and digital display ads, among other tactics during the 18-month campaign, according to a report in the Baltimore Business Journal.The agency has a total marketing budget of $2.45 million.

Renegade Productions in Hunt Valley announced the opening of a Digital Content Studio targeting content marketers looking for smaller-scale photography and video production. The studio will offer a fully-equipped space, production crew and art direction team, and content planning as part of their suite of video services, accompanying strategy and concepting, full-scale production, post-production and media placement.

“This is the landscape,” President and CEO Tim Watkins said in the announcement press release. “It’s online. It’s every day. It’s finding new ways to bring your product to market in ways that engage your audiences, because they don’t have to come to you anymore.” Renegade Productions is a division of Renegade Communications.

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