LCI Turns 30: A look back in pictures

By David Cumpston, Senior Director

As we begin to wind down our monthlong celebration of LCI’s 30th anniversary, we wanted to share this look back at some of the countless memories we’ve created over the last 30 years.

Though it is indeed all about the work, it’s all about the fun and camaraderie that comes with being a close-knit group, too. That’s simply who we are and who we’ll always be. Thanks for joining us on this journey and feel free to leave us a comment below with any special memories YOU have, as well.

18 thoughts on “LCI Turns 30: A look back in pictures

  1. Boy, 30 years goes by in a New York – or make that a San Francisco – minute. And can I get the hair color back (well, with a little help from friends). The LCI team’s work on behalf of our clients for the past 30 years is truly phenomenal. Thanks for the memories. Cheers, David

    1. Congratulations on 30 years, David! You have been – and continue to be – a beloved and stalwart friend to the arts in the Bay Area. That picture of us with Elena made me laugh out loud! We were such babies – and we always had great fun getting the work done! Grateful to be your friend and colleague as we look forward. Always forward! Bravo and much love!! Jake

      1. Thank you, Jake. I know – that photo! What were we, 12 years old?!! Your friendship means the world to me and I’m looking forward to our interview next year for the Amateur Music Network. Cheers, David

  2. It’s always about the people and their passion. Such a great group and it’s been so great to be a part of the team!

  3. Congratulations on hitting 30 years in PR! Not a small feat. These photos are fantastic! And are a true testament to the heart and soul needed to succeed in public relations. It’s all about the people.

  4. If pictures speak 1,000 words, can you imagine what a real-life LCI reunion would be like? Congrats on 30 wonderful years and here’s to 30 more! – David C.

    1. We certainly made an impression together at Northwestern’s music school, Howard. I think yours for the better, mine maybe not so much! Thanks for the kudos on our 30th. I personally continue to watch your august writing career at the Chicago Tribune (and elsewhere) – and am in awe. And yes, when Covid permits, we must re-connect in person. Cheers, David

  5. Engaging, innovative and clever public relations campaigns for 30 years. So proud to have been a part of the Landis legacy.

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