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An EPIC in the Making - NewTekniques Magazine Feature Article

Click here to view the Adobe Acrobat .pdf version of this article BY DICK DE JONG AND MOLLY DINKINS - April/May - 1999 "I am a product of the oil patch," said Vic Cherubini. And with a wildcatter's sense of where the next big strike is, Cherubini has led his company, epic software group, inc., into the brave world of new media. Staying ahead of the constant cyclonic changes in the industry can be as difficult as capping a gusher; but during the last nine years, Cherubini has navigated…

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Parkway Chevrolet Turns to Leprechaun For a Boost

Tomball, Texas - July 14, 1999 - For years, marketing professionals have recognized the power of cute little characters to help brand their products. Tony the Tiger sells Frosted Flakes. Mr. Peanut guides consumers to Planters' products. Now, a Tomball auto dealer hopes to take advantage of the power of cartoon charisma with a cute little character that ties his roots. Mike Waldron, general manager of Parkway Chevrolet, and Ernest Haynes, president of Haynes Retail Advertising, have unveiled…

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Children’s Books - Go Hi Tech

The Woodlands, Texas - August 1, 1998 - The world of children's literature may never be the same after August 1, 1998. That is when Houston based Jamsa Press plans to release its first interactive title - Happy and Max - Locked in the Attic. Dr. Kris Jamsa, the founder and President of Jamsa Press explains why - "The Happy and Max series of books features state-of-the-art 3D graphics along with a multimedia CD-ROM that works in a PC, a Mac, or in an audio CD player." "In addition,"…

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CD Greeting Card had Mice Stirring this Holiday

Woodlands, TX - January 19, 1998 - If you opened your mail and were lucky enough to get a corporate greeting card from Cap Gemini this past holiday season, then you experienced first hand how multimedia is changing the world of business. When you are one of the largest international computer-consulting firms, a simple printed greeting card just won't cut it. So what made this company's card so special? First it was packaged in a self-mailer with a beautiful snow scene on the outside jacket.…

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epic software Awards Multimedia Scholarships

The Woodlands, TX - July 21, 1997 - Six local high school students will receive scholarship grants totaling just over $2500 announced Vic Cherubini, President of the epic software group. All six are student interns who have worked for the company over the past year and contributed to its rapid expansion into the areas of multimedia production and web site design and development. The scholarship awards will go to: Michael Yantosca, Duke Banerjee, Jason Ford, Jonathan Larkin, Drew Creel and Travis…

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The Character Factory Released by epic software group

June 6-12, 1997 - Houston, Texas - The epic software group in the Woodlands is sending ad agencies demonstration disk of some animated ideas for new media campaigns. That's new media: CD-ROMS, screen savers, interactive kiosks, electronic catalogs. The disk, called The Character Factory, shows off ten animated characters created by epic. It's available in PC and Mac form. Epic President Vic Cherubini says the group created the disk to show the capabilities of the Woodlands-based software…

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DBA Houston - Marketing on the World Wide Web

By spinning an untangled Web, you can weave worthwhile profits By: Vic Cherubini If you haven't already ventured onto the World Wide Web, 1997 should be the year you take the plunge. If you're already there, you're probably looking for ways to boost your site's role in your marketing efforts. Here are some pointers for getting the most from your Web site this year: Motivating potential customers to visit your site and then persuading them to come back is tricky. Make sure the content…

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Computerized Sales Tools Give Instant Information

The Woodlands, Texas, December 16, 1996 - Computer technology can bring information to customers more easily, quickly and cheaply. Delivered on single floppy disks that contain hundreds of pages of information, computer-powered sales tools are replacing large quantities of brochures and literature pieces that end up in stacks, file cabinets or bookshelves in offices across the country. "Never before have we been able to incorporate so much information on a single computer disk as we can today,"…

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