Teamwork Arkansas

Where Wonders Never Cease. Arkansas.
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  Crystalline lakes and rivers. Rolling green hills and blue mountains veiled in early morning mist. Broad plains rippling with golden grain. Unspoiled natural wetlands and forests, teeming with wildlife. Caverns, painted with sepia and alabaster palettes.

Burgeoning cities. Growing industries. Quality-conscious schools. Congenial people who work hard—but know how to play.

Our state is a natural place for both. Arkansas’ recreational opportunities are limitless: hiking, camping, boating, fishing, hunting—for wild game, antiques, or diamonds in the rough. The cost of living is relatively low, boosting quality of life even higher. And we Arkansans are diligent to earn our keep, with levels of productivity that are the envy of the nation.

We’re intensely competitive, in commerce or sports. Our resources—both natural and human—are unbounded.

We have a deep love for our heritage—and potential—that infuses our handiwork, whether it’s folk art or fine arts.

We’re pleasant and even-tempered, like our climate—but as dynamic and changing as our weather. Our energy has engineered much to cause us pride.

Arkansas Power & Light Company shares that pride in sponsoring “An Arkansas Album.” It is a mirror for Arkansans and a showpiece for inquisitive neighbors.

We dedicate it to the people of the state where wonders never cease.

You truly made it possible.

Teamwork Arkansas


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Keith Brenton
Tom Henton
Tim Ernst
Magazine Insert Fold-Out Spread
Teamwork Arkansas/Arkansas Power & Light
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods
1987

Teamwork Arkansas was an effort by AP&L (later to become part of Entergy) to attract business and industry to Arkansas, also emphasizing the state’s quality of living and recreational opportunities. This ad was published in a special photographic insert in Arkansas Times, which was then a four-color slick magazine, and included with mail-out packages.

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About W. Keith Brenton

W. Keith Brenton is a retired communication specialist, minister and passenger train conductor, living and writing in the historic resort village Eureka Springs, Arkansas. He is the widowed adoptive dad of Matt and Laura, and Pop-Pop to one grandchild. He enjoys drinking the local water, but unfortunately doesn’t look any younger than his actual age.
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