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Lovell/Fairchild Communications

25 Highland Park Village, Suite #100-195, Dallas, 75205, TX, USA
In July 2002 Nancy Lovell and Julie Fairchild hyphenated their last names, ordered business cards, and formalized the obvious: they work well together. Julie is both strategic and creative with a knack for three-dimensional thinking such as events, premieres, and launches. Grassroots and up, she captures and presents the essence of a service, product or idea. Nancy helps create and communicate, helps make stories and ideas "sticky." She's a writer and editor good at paring many words to few.

To that team, LF adds talent, expertise, depth - through both employees and associates - expanding and contracting team size as project needs require.

The LF secret sauce mixes scope and adaptability: clients are Protestant, Catholic, and mainstream; venues are across the US and abroad; subjects run from marriage to immigration, from apologetics to the war in Iraq to heavy metal. LF has planned and executed VIP trips to Europe and Africa; publicized New York Times bestsellers; run major press operations; introduced a transformed acid-rock star to the Christian world; organized fundraising dinners for a Catholic College; introduced Christian activists and their ideas to general audiences; helped lift books to media issues. Client movies in particular span football to high-seas cartoons to U.S. soldiers in Iraq. Some 15 movie clients include Provident Film's The Second Chance, T.D. Jakes' Woman, Thou Art Loosed, Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ, and Sherwood Pictures' Facing the Giants and Fireproof. Most recently LF helped premiere and promote the acclaimed theatrical documentary Brothers at War.
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