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  • Law: Attorney Disciplinary Board

    Her legal experience proved to be a helpful background as Mary Mouton advised the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board on its inaugural print and electronic newsletters. Noto Bene is an effective tool to communicate with the state’s 20,000 attorneys about recent ethics case law and developments. The agency launched the newsletters in honor of its 25th […]

  • Crisis: Katrina Remembered

    It’s hard to believe that Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans 10 years ago. Thousands died and the lives of millions changed forever. Mouton Media is producing a series of videos for the 10th anniversary in 2015.  We produced the video below for the 2009 Tulane commencement to honor students who were displaced to more than […]

  • Healthcare: Culicchia Neurological

    Mouton Media has helped Culicchia Neurological Clinic, one of the area’s largest neurological practices, with its marketing and public relations for over ten years. We also assisted with the branding of the new CNC Hearing and Balance Center, where hearing professionals can spot serious medical issues that might cause hearing loss. We created a direct […]

  • Culture: Mystic Krewe of Nyx

    Who says you can’t control the weather? Well, everybody. But there’s no reason why the Mystic Krewe of Nyx can’t ask New Orleans legendary Voodoo Priestess Marie Laveau for fair weather for their 2015 Mardi Gras parade. Mouton Media had a great time publicizing Nyx’s annual trek to Laveau’s tomb at the historic St. Louis […]

  • Art: Wayne Amedee

    Wayne Amedee is a fixture in the New Orleans arts community and boasts a national reputation. Just before opening his new show of collages and sculpture, he called upon Mouton Media for marketing help. Placements in Art Daily, The New Orleans Advocate and an interview on the local NPR station helped get the word out, […]

  • Community: Yulman Stadium

    It took almost 4o years for the Tulane Green Wave football team to play back on campus and it finally happened in 2014.  It took a few years of community relations to gain approval to build the 30,000 seat stadium. Mouton Media helped the university develop its Home Field Advantage fundraising creative, regular construction updates […]

  • Culture: Le Petit Theatre

    Back in Business - The beloved Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre had shuttered its doors for over two years but thanks to an arrangement to sell part of its building, the theatre was revived.  Mouton Media’s aggressive media relations strategy helped relaunch the theatre to rave reviews and promote its inaugural season - every production showed a profit.

  • Tourism: NCAA Final Four in New Orleans

    Mouton Media spent over three months working with a consortium of organizations to produce the non-sports public relations for the 2012 Final Four Men’s basketball championship in New Orleans. Public relations pros from Tulane University, the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation, the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau and more worked […]

  • Crisis & Community: Whole Foods Market

    It was one of the most hotly contested neighborhood rezoning projects in the history of New Orleans. Mary Mouton helped developers Neal Hixon and Chris Sarpy win city council approval to rezone a 70-year old RTA Bus Barn to pave the way for a Whole Foods Market. Many neighbors were in favor of the project […]

  • Business: Splash for Startup SDT

    It was 2007 and entrepreneur Sidney D. Torres, IV had just won the city of New Orleans’ contract to clean up the historic French Quarter. His biggest challenge was just two weeks away: Mardi Gras. Mouton Media snagged media placements in the Wall Street Journal and CNBC’s “American Dream” about this historic effort to clean […]

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