November Studios and Rusted Rooster Form Partnership to Better Serve Clients
Two of the outdoor industry’s top video production agencies have formed a strategic partnership in order to better serve existing clients and develop new client relationships.
November Studios and Rusted Rooster Media each produce several of the most riveting outdoor television series in the industry. Rusted Rooster’s work includes Dropped: Project Alaska and Backcountry Quest and November Studios produces Whitetail Properties and Wallhanger TV.
“Rusted Rooster and November Studios share a common goal: to showcase the great outdoors in ways that have never been done before,” said Jason Brown, Rusted Rooster co-owner and executive producer.
Apart from television, both companies also produce video projects for many of the most recognizable brands in the outdoor industry including Winchester Ammunition, Husqvarna, Realtree, Buck Knives, Nikon, Hunter Safety System, Scent-Lok, Rage Broadheads, Muzzy and more.
“We have a simple philosophy – if it’s not cool, we don’t do it,” said Paul Sawyer, owner of November Studios. “That philosophy resonates not only with our clients, who want their products showcased with Hollywood-level production, but also with the television viewer and most importantly at the point of purchase.”
Beginning immediately, all client service projects for both companies including the production of TV commercials, short films, web videos and custom projects will be collaborative efforts between Rusted Rooster and November Studios.
“Our strategic partnership with November Studios is a combining of resources on every level – personnel, technology, equipment and client relationships,” said Casey Keefer, Rusted Rooster co-owner and co-star of Dropped: Project Alaska.
“It’s an exciting time for both companies,” added Chris Keefer, Rusted Rooster co-owner and star of Dropped: Project Alaska. “Both companies have the resources and portfolios filled with long lists of award-winning projects that speak to our ability to move outdoor television audiences in a big way for our clients.”