ThinkKitchen Launches Website Creatives Bring National Experience and a Women’s Point of View to Virtual Advertising

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Creatives Bring National Experience and a Women’s Point of View to Virtual Advertising

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Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 23, 2006

ThinkKitchen, a newly-created virtual advertising agency, has just launched its new website

Think Kitchen, based in Austin, Texas, is the brainchild of Pat Epstein and Jeanette Tyson. Each woman has more than twenty years of experience in agencies known for their creative flair.

“We wanted to be able to think outside the usual big-agency constrictions. For that matter, we just wanted to be able to think outside,” says Pat Epstein.

Ms. Epstein, who attended the University of Texas and is a Houston native, spent her career in New York at Scali, McCabe, Sloves and Lowe. She has won numerous industry awards for clients such as Mercedes, Continental Airlines, Volvo, Hertz, Nikon and Ralston Purina.

Ms. Tyson attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She wrote the television launch of the Saturn car while at Hal Riney & Partners in San Francisco. Other California clients include PBS, Alamo, Pacific Bell and Levi’s. She worked in both the New York and London offices of Ogilvy & Mather. Her most recent work includes an extensive reputational campaign for Glaxo Smith Kline for Publicis-Dallas.

ThinkKitchen brings a distinctly feminine point of view to branding, advertising and strategic marketing.

“Women control such a huge portion of the market these days. Companies are learning that they need to talk directly to them, and in a different way,” says Ms. Tyson. “But our job is to move people, male or female.”

Think Kitchen handles traditional broadcast and print work as well as new media, and matches the team to the project, choosing from a roster of top talent from around the country, including graphic designers, producers and strategists.

Think Kitchen will offer its services to agencies and directly to clients. For examples of their work and contact information, visit

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