Talent Runs in the Family
Each time Integrity partners with a company, we give that company a special name. In the case of Drennan Insurance Marketing, the name was “Razorback.” At a meeting in Little Rock, Integrity CEO Bryan W. Adams learned about Noah’s artistic abilities and asked Noah if he’d be interested in designing a Razorback for us. We would then have another artist, Josh Widener, turn Noah’s design into a woodcut to hang in our office as a symbol of our partnership.
Noah took the assignment — and he came up with some wonderfully creative concepts:
From there, Josh brought Noah’s designs to three-dimensional life. Here’s Noah holding a replica of the finished piece that’s now in our Dallas office:
Larry and Mickey Drennan’s impressive family legacy continues to grow. We are very grateful they chose to be part of our family.
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