The Brief

Davey Awards honors Legistics
Jan 19, 2016

Silver Davey AwardExciting news! Our new website has been recognized with a Silver Award in a major international design competition. The 11th Annual Davey Awards are issued by The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. With nearly 4,000 entries from across the US and around the world, the awards honor the finest creative work from the best small agencies, firms, and companies worldwide (hence the name, based on David and Goliath).

The Davey Awards is judged and overseen by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), a 700+ member organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media. Current membership represents a “Who’s Who” of acclaimed media, advertising, and marketing firms including: Code and Theory, Condé Nast, Disney, GE, Keller Crescent, Microsoft, Monster.com, MTV, Push., Publicis, Sesame Workshops, The Marketing Store, Worktank, Yahoo!, and many others.

Congratulations to our design and marketing firm, FreeAssociates, and to the talented folks involved: creative director Josh Freeman, designer Anat Rodan, writer Emily Hutta, videographers Joel Lipton & Carlos Gutierrez and developer Stephen Slater for their creative, original approach to presenting our new brand.


Introducing Legistics challenge coins
Dec 3, 2015

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There’s a new coin of the realm, and its value is beyond measure. Legistics Challenge Coins recognize and honor those who act in extraordinary ways in the service of our mission, our clients, our company and our community. Two different challenge coin designs – one for individuals within our company and one for individuals on the client side – provide a powerful way to acknowledge and encourage the “above and beyond” dedication we value so highly

Challenge coins have a long, proud history in the military. When a member of the armed forces wants to show exceptional appreciation, sympathy or respect, he or she can use a challenge coin, often exchanged with a traditional handshake. It’s a meaningful, memorable gesture of thanks – and we’re excited to introduce it into our company culture.

If you want to acknowledge an exceptional act of service within the extended Legistics community, or share the story of why you awarded someone a Challenge Coin, please contact us at [email protected]

To learn more about challenge coins, check out Roman Mars’ podcast 99 Percent Invisible.


The 2016 COPi Cup is coming!
Nov 13, 2015

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The COPi Cup, presented by Legistics, is an Interclub Pro-Am Invitational benefitting the Southern California Golf Association “SCGA” Junior Scholarship Fund. The Pebble Beach Resorts event brings teams together from throughout Southern California’s finest golf and country clubs.

The Fourth Annual Tournament will take place from March 5-7, 2016.


Registration is now open! Visit the COPi Cup website for more information.


The COPi Cup was conceived with Competition, Camaraderie and Charity foremost in mind.

  • Competition across some of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses in the world – Spyglass Hill Golf Course and Pebble Beach Golf Links. Three amateurs and one professional represent each Club over two competitive rounds at Spyglass and Pebble Beach Golf Links.
  • Camaraderie among executives, golf lovers and friends.

Don’t miss this exciting event. And stay tuned for more information to come!


How Legistics got into car racing (Part 1: Driving ambition)
Oct 5, 2015

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Nick Galante's car racing career started with an accident – a snowboarding accident. Bedridden with a broken back after a catastrophic fall on the slopes, Galante promised himself that if he recovered sufficiently, he would pursue his dream of driving racecars. About a year later, in his mid-20s and with no experience racing, Galante moved cross-country from his hometown of Greenfield, Massachusetts, to Monterey, California.

Working as a caddy at Pebble Beach Golf Links, Galante stopped regularly at the nearby Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on his way home from work. Helmet in hand, he hitched rides with drivers willing to let him tag along on their private test days. Soon, Galante was participating in track days at Mazda Raceway and, after completing a three-day formula car racing school in 2006, he acquired his first racing license. Now all Nick Galante needed was a sponsor.