Celebrating Something on a Stick Day: 6 foods on sticks plus the Intercross logo icon on a stick

When strategy and creative come together, success is on the menu.

Enjoy National Something on a Stick Day!

Observed each year, National Something on a Stick Day is a holiday that lets you use your creative talents and play with your food (in socially acceptable ways). Which is one reason we chose it to kick off our exploration of America’s under-recognized holidays. Another, of course, is that Minnesota’s annual State Fair is something of a something-on-a-stick capital, with an ever-growing list of foods and other objects served on sticks.

But it’s also kind of a metaphor for the way we approach marketing challenges.

Your strategy is the stick.

Maybe it’s getting a higher open rate for your next email campaign. Or keeping your customers loyal after they get the competition’s next offer. Whatever your objective, we use that strategic stick as a starting point to determine the best creative solution to put on it.

Our creative product is the “something” that makes your stick achieve the results you want.

From Pronto Pups to pork chops to pickles, we offer a menu of tasty creative solutions: email, social media, direct mail, video and more. Business-to-consumer and business-to-business.

It costs less to keep your existing customers than to find new ones. We’ll help you do both.

When you’re looking to increase your customer base, Intercross can help every step of the way, starting with an in-depth understanding of your business, then developing the most efficient ways to reach your audience.

Facing a marketing challenge with a tight deadline? We’ll get on the stick.

With fewer management layers to slow things down, our experienced, streamlined team is ready to take on your next project. And as an Intercross client, you can be sure of getting the recognition you deserve. Unlike certain holidays we could mention.

Subscribe to our newsletter, and we’ll keep you informed of other obscure, under-recognized holidays, along with more tips on helping your strategy and creative work together. And don’t forget to put something fun on a stick Thursday, March 28.