Coronato Property Group



Graphic Development

Web Design


Merch & Promotional

Direct Mail Campaigns

Trade Show Display

Social Media

It Started With a Logo

Chris Coronato came to us in 2016 needing a full re-branding for his real estate company, Coronato Property Group. We started with the design of his iconic lions head door knocker logo, and from there, since then, we have helped to develop his brand into what it is today.

He wanted a brand that portrayed strength, comfort, elegance, and power. In addition, combining his passion of racing into real estate presented a fun challenge; to brand him as the "Racing Realtor." In collaboration with Framework Design Group, we designed and wrapped his corvette into an incredible, eye-catching, branding machine. Take a look at the video below to see the process:

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Additional Video Work

In addition to filming the process of wrapping his vehicle, we also filmed and edited the 30 second intro for his Racing Realtor YouTube Channel.

Web Development

We recently designed and developed a new website for Coronato Property Group showcasing his portfolio, newsletter, and information related to his Racing Realtor division.


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Additional Projects

We have worked with Chris on countless projects and ideas, and of all our clients, he truly embodies what it means to think outside the box. Here is a list of some of the many projects we have taken on since working with Chris:

  • Logo Design
  • Business Card Design
  • Folder Design
  • Flyer Design
  • T-Shirts & Hats
  • Custom Engraved Lion's Head Keychains
  • Social Media Post Design & Cover Photos
  • Custom Wine Bags
  • PDF Presentations
  • Promo Videos for Racing Realtor
  • Newsletter Design
  • Door Hanger Design
  • Trade Show Booth Design: Including Tent & Sidewalls, Tablecloth, Retractable Banners, Teardrop Banners, and Hanging Banners.
  • Direct Mail Campaigns: Including postcard design, envelope design, and mailing

Promotional Items

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Client Testimonial




Web Development



A Restaurant in Old City Philadelphia

Ardiente was prepping to be the hottest new restaurant in Old City Philadelphia. Before their launch, Ardiente hired TRU57 to create their website, develop a short promo video, and capture the essence of their "Chino Latino Street Flavors" through mouth-watering photography.

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Watch the Promo


The images that were taken were intended for use through the website gallery and social media.

Fools Roll



Live Social Media Event Capture

What Is Fools Roll?

Fools Roll is a true-to-life cannonball-run event for those with an adventurous heart and who love to have fun. It is a four day event that starts in Austin, TX and ends in Las Vegas, NV. The goal? Be the fastest team to travel from Austin to Vegas while dressed in crazy costumes and completing challenges along the way.

At the start of the event, each team "clocks in" with their start time, and then begin their journey to Vegas. The top three teams who drive from Austin to Vegas in the shortest amount of time will be crowned winners of $16,000 in cash prizes. Other small prizes are awarded for things like "best costume", "best photo", "best story", etc.

Contestants who enter spend months planning their team name and theme, buying costumes, and getting their car ready for the event. Each team is required to have a car valued at $2,000 or less before the start of Fool's Roll. This event is definitely not for the faint of heart or easily offended.

What We Did

TRU57 had the best job of all: capturing all the craziness of the event live through social media!


We started an Instagram page for the event in order to leverage our use of social media and engage with the audience.

Our Role During Event:

Capture photos, videos, and more and post them through the Fool's Roll Instagram and Facebook pages.

Capture live Instagram stories and monitor and respond to comments and engagement.

Follow participants through social media along their journey to Vegas and re-post photos and videos that contestants were posting on their personal pages.

Manage communication between teams via the Fool's Roll official email thread and pull "post-worthy" content from their emails.

Send teams their official team photos.

The Results

The following results compare year 2018 to the previous year.

Previous Year (2017)

- No Instagram Page Existed

- 4,157 fans on Facebook

- Likes: 592

- Comments: 44

- Shares: 10

- Number of Posts During Event: 35 (Facebook Only). A majority of the posts were the official team photos. Few photos existed during the drive to Vegas and during the remainder of the event.

The 2018 Results


Page Likes: 5.2% Increase

Total Image Posts: 6.1% Increase

Image Likes: 73.5% Increase (2,238 Total)

Video Views: 4,630 Total

Comments: 166 (73.5% Increase)

Shares: 107 (90.7% Increase)

Reach: 10,563

Page Views: 5,208

Post Engagements: 29,295

Page Follows: 239


Followers Gained: 641

Total Image Posts: 90

Image Likes: 3,106

Video Views: 2,608

Comments: 73

Instagram Stories

Four stories were developed, each story corresponding to each day of the event. The stories are currently saved in the Highlights section of the Instagram page. Stories include a combination of video clips, photos, and text graphics.

Day 1 Story: 54 Frames, 170-306 views/frame

Day 2 Story: 25 Frames, 181-282 views/frame

Day 3 Story: 6 Frames, 204-228 views/frame

Day 4 Story: 33 Frames, 171-241 views/frame


Featured Posts

Throughout the course of the event, several Fool's Roll posts appeared on Instagram's "Featured" page, also known as the Explore Tab, or "Popular Posts". Getting on this page can trend the account or make it "viral" for a short period of time. To the left are the screenshots of the posts which appeared in the Explore Tab.

La Mega 105.7FM



Brand Development

Social Media Marketing

Web Development

Graphic Design

Revitalizing an Old Station

When Michael Sciore purchased the radio station La Mega 105.7FM in Philadelphia, he had one goal in mind: to make the station hot and fresh again. Previous ownership of the station left it stagnant in the market for many years and it struggled to attract large audiences to their events.

In August of 2016, La Mega hired TRU57 to help integrate the American and Spanish cultures together to reach a broader audience.

Their goal: Keep their core Latino demographic of listeners from age 35-44 while growing their younger segment of 25-34 and to introduce more Americans to their station through events.

We conducted lifestyle and demographic research and found that younger listeners prefer different styles of Spanish music than older listeners. Through suggested changes to their radio programming and song choice, coupled with an 8-month social media campaign, we were able to increase their fan base and drive more diverse audiences to their weekend events and concerts.

As a result, La Mega not only has a frequency in Philadelphia, but is now broadcasting in Atlantic City, and Vineland.

Campaign Results

September 2016 - June 2017

Station Listeners: +20%

Impressions: +140.9%

Post Engagements: +66%

Social Media Fan Base: +159.5%

25-34 Age Segment Growth: +5.8%

Partners with Cuba Libre

Through our work with La Mega, they landed a partnership with Cuba Libre in Atlantic City to host their Friday Night Events. TRU57 developed a Instagram story leading up to one of their events and other marketing collateral.

Office Modifications

TRU57 worked hand in hand with La Mega's office contractors to create an office environment consistent with their brand. This included selecting everything from paint colors, to furniture, accessories, pictures, and creating and installing this one-of-kind featured mural wall:

Web Development

TRU57 worked along with Intertech Media to develop and build a new website for La Mega. Layout, brand colors, and design was provided by TRU57, and the build-out was lead by Intertech Media.

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Other Design Projects Include:

Station Logo

Social Media Post Images

Event Flyers

Vehicle Decals