• Nashville Public Relations and Advertising firm DVL the Point conference room located in the Gulch 700 12th Avenue South Suite 400 Nashville, TN 37203 615.244.1818
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  • Hillcrest Healthcare System Recruitment Network
  • Nashville Public Relations and Advertising firm DVL lounge located in the Gulch 700 12th Avenue South Suite 400 Nashville, TN 37203 615.244.1818
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  • Bridgestone Teens Drive Smart website - Videos, discussions on teen driving DVL interactive media contests & giveaways
  • Nashville Public Relations and Advertising firm DVL kitchen located in the Gulch 700 12th Avenue South Suite 400 Nashville, TN 37203 615.244.1818
  • Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Video Teaser Website Screenshot
  • 9-1-1 Outdoor Billboard Creative Project

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

TEENS SAY TEXTING AND DRIVING IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN SKYDIVING, BUT THEY DO IT ANYWAY

Bridgestone survey reveals distracted driving behaviors persist among young drivers; Teens Drive Smart scholarship contest continues to encourage responsible driving ...

Thursday, April 10, 2014

JACK DANIEL DISTILLERY ANNOUNCES LIMITED RELEASE OF RESTED TENNESSEE RYE

As a continuation of its entry into the rye whiskey category, the Jack Daniel Distillery is offering a limited release of Jack Daniel’s Rested Tennessee Rye, a follow-up to its 2012 Unaged Tennessee Rye offering. ...

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  • Wednesday, April 16, 2014

    DVL Testimonials: A Look Inside DVL’s Culture

    DVL is known for its great clients and great work by talented, intelligent people. However, one of our greatest strengths is our history of building strong client relationships.  This is accomplished by listening to what our clients want to achieve...

  • Wednesday, April 2, 2014

    Why We Need White Space

    Shopping with my grandmother when I was a little girl was always a real treat. But, inevitably at the end she would pronounce, “My eyes are tired–there’s just too much to see. Let’s go home.” I always...