Buffaloes to Work with Rockfish.

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OFB is excited to announce that we have secured a new working relationship with Rockfish Seafood Grill. Rockfish is a casual, neighborhood restaurant company based in Dallas, Texas offering fresh, delicious tasting seafood at reasonable prices. Rockfish has grown to 25 locations and was formerly owned by Brinker International. Rockfish is now owned by a private company who is challenging OFB to help advance the brand image, achieve more brand awareness, and to introduce catering to its existing audience.  What we do know is that the food is great, and the culture is great. Good things are already happening with this brand.
Check back soon to see how we do it. 



Onefastbuffalo is Brand Strategy, Experience DesignDigital, and Launch Firm servicing the Hospitality & TravelRetail & RestaurantWine, Spirits & BeerFood & Beverage, and USA Manufactured Goods Industries. Our Mission is to handcraft brands that inspire a better human experience for us all. Better food, shelter, places, provisions, goods, moments, and causes that are worth talking about. Our craft is that of relentlessly forging the experiences that shape the world's perception of a brand. Hell, in many case we MAKE THE BRAND. We consider what we do a way of life, not just work. We believe making Art, things made to inspire that never existed before, is achieved by the dedicated practice of exploration & participation, followed by wholehearted creative focusWe live that practice everyday through our worklife and through our core offering, the OFB Brand Manufacturing Program, which leads clients on a full service journey of self discovery, exploration, and making.  Call us anything you like. A Brand Strategy, Design & Digital (Insert your favorite descriptor here…Branding Agency, Design Firm, Creative Consultancy, Interactive Agency, Design Factory, Creative Shop, Design Studio, Branding House). Any way you decide to tag us, we help clients build brands from scratch and love nothing more than to rip an old brand a new one.