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We’ve worked with and for some of the some of the largest and most recognizable brands in the planet. From entertainment to hospitality, retail to media, our work has influenced millions of consumers to become repeat guests and loyal brand advocates. If you’re looking to enhance your brand, launch a product, open a store, put on a gigantic event or earn media attention, we should talk.  We’re in the business of creating awesomeness.



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Bryan Laurel has seen some serious stuff working for companies like Apple Computer, Dillard’s, General Electric, AMC Theatres, and Scottsdale-based Harkins Theatres.  Bryan thrives under pressure and rises to the most ridiculous of challenges, always finding creative ways to bring clients something unexpected, but powerful.


Bryan spent 15 years in the Harkins Theatres marketing department, leaving his post as Director of Marketing in January 2013 to found Syndicate. During his time with Harkins he helped the company almost double in size – opening 18 movie theatres in five states, creating countless branding campaigns, social media initiatives, motion picture promotions, red carpet premieres, large-scale events with the studios, media junkets and rubbing elbows with some of Hollywood’s biggest and brightest (and some of the not-so-bright).


Additionally, he has dedicated his time to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Arthritis Foundation’s Oscar Night America, as a board member of the Phoenix Film Festival and Cox Charities and created initiatives benefitting the homeless and impoverished in the Valley through André House.


Bryan and his wife Jennifer live in the Valley with their daughters Alessandra and Liliana and their Australian Shepherd, Sophie. Bryan hates salad bars, has a serious addiction to tech gadgets and college football and has no shame in admitting he’s a huge Star Wars geek.

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