It’s Pumpkin Season!

Every fall, the air takes on a certain chill, color schemes veer toward orange, everything tastes like pumpkin spice, and you know Halloween is right around the corner. And here at Adcetera, we sharpen our knives.

The annual Adcetera Pumpkin Carving Contest provides an opportunity to delight and impress our friends, family, colleagues, and clients with displays of craft and creativity. The contest is open to public voting, both in-person and online. It often makes the local news, and sometimes draws national attention.

Among contestants, there are two competing schools of thought: one approach is to dress up the gourd with props, paint, and googly eyes. It’s hard to argue with success; these droll little ornaments are definite crowd-pleasers, and they rake in the votes. The opposing view is that it’s a pumpkin carving contest for crying out loud, not a pumpkin decorating contest, and if you can’t light a candle inside your jack-o-lantern, then you’re missing the point.

Either way, everyone has a good time and the winner secures bragging rights for another year. Be sure to catch this year’s contest online at Voting begins at noon on Friday, October 28, and ends at midnight on Halloween.

Strategic. Creative. People.

Adcetera is a Houston-based strategic, creative company founded and powered by thinkers, innovators and overachievers. We are integrated designers, writers, programmers, animators, strategists and account experts sharing a passion for solving the impossible for our clients.

We work with some of the biggest brands on some of their biggest projects (AIG, DOW, HP, HPE, and Sysco) as well as some of the best brands headquartered in our own backyard (Texas Children’s Hospital, High Fashion Home, and Memorial Hermann). Many of our relationships — with our employees and our clients — span decades. We are blessed and we are proud — proud of the work we do and the brands for whom we speak. If what is important to us is important to you, let’s start a conversation. Call or drop in. Our doors are open and our phones are on.