The Conversation Starter

Sure, the name Penna Powers may leave you scratching your head, but we’re pretty confident you’ve seen our work. And isn’t that what’s important? We believe so. That’s why we put our efforts into gaining recognition for our clients—and why we’re one of the top ad agencies in the Nevada Book of Lists.

Admittedly, we are somewhat new to Nevada. But we’ve been building brands in Utah for over 30 years, so we’ve come to your state with plenty of experience. And we’re putting that experience to work for our Nevada clients. Just take a look at what we’ve been doing. Then, give us a call. We’d love to start a conversation about you.


Protect yourself against a citation and a potential crash by learning the laws and sharing the road. In this campaign, we helped Zero Fatalities demonstrate that road respect is a two way street.


You don’t want to find yourself on the wrong side of being impaired. This video reminds Nevadans that if you don’t find a sober ride, the police will find one for you.


With this hilarious video, we helped Zero Fatalities remind Nevada that there is no shame in being the designated, sober driver. Plan ahead and don’t drive impaired.


With this campaign, we helped NevadaHealthLink.com show that getting health coverage isn’t just something you can afford to do, but that it’s something you can’t afford not to do.


A continuation of the NevadaHealthLink.com campaign, this ad highlighted a different demographic with the same message: You can’t afford to not be covered.


A continuation of the NevadaHealthLink.com campaign, this ad highlighted a different demographic with the same message: You can’t afford to not be covered.


Working with Zero Fatalities yet again, we ran this video to reinforce the idea that careless driving doesn’t just affect one person. In this video you can see how more than one life is changed forever in a tragic story.


Motorcyclists aren’t always the easiest people to reach, but we worked with Zero Fatalities to clearly say one thing: If you want to live to ride your motorcycle another day, then ride safe and make Zero Fatalities your goal.

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