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branding work

We approach each project as a partnership of shared passion, drawing on our diverse pool of talent to create original solutions every time.

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Hotel Phillips, Curio Collection

The branding of Hotel Phillips invites guests to step back into a time of romance, elegance and drama.
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Fast Forward 2017

Global Allies approached us to create Fast Forward, a one-of-a-kind industry event designed to accelerate hospitality innovation.
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Reikart House, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel

Frank C. Reikart's multi-talented and affable nature translate into a hospitality experience peppered with unexpected moments of delight in Amherst, NY.
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Hotel LeVeque, an Autograph Collection Hotel

See how we elevated this historic star of the Columbus skyline as a new beacon of hospitality for the Autograph Collection
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Brintons

The Gettys Branding team employed a combination of field research and an online survey preceding a 3-day workshop to find new ways to increase awareness of the Brintons brand in the US, and enhance the brand’s present sales and marketing tools.
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Fast Forward 2015

The Gettys Group Branding team was hired by Global Allies to create Fast Forward, a one-of-a-kind industry event designed to accelerate hospitality innovation.
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The Edwin, an Autograph Collection Hotel

PULSE by Gettys and the Gettys Branding team designed The Edwin, Autograph Collection as a new boutique hotel in Chattanooga Tennessee, inspired by Edwin Thacher, chief engineer of the city's iconic Walnut Street Bridge.
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Kinzie Hotel

The Kinzie Hotel epitomizes The Gettys Group’s holistic project delivery, utilizing expertise from the interior design, branding and procurement groups. Our teams designed an upscale boutique hotel to honor a Chicago historical icon, John Kinzie.
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Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel

Bringing Chicago into the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel.
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The Godfrey Chicago

The Gettys Group and Oxford Capital partnered with Valerio Dewalt Train to create a flagship hotel that embraced an “upper upscale” lifestyle, which would then be developed in key urban markets across the United States.