RJ Rockers Flight Room

07.17.14 | New restaurant featuring RJ Rockers beers is about to take flight! Read about the space we designed in the Herald-Journal.

Live On The Green Announced

07.16.14 | The inaugural Live on the Green concert, featuring Bruce Hornsby, solo piano will be held on Sept 20th, at Barnet Park. Tickets go on sale Friday July 18.

Temporary Phone Outage

04.15.13 | Our phone lines are temporarily down. We're working on the issue, but if you need us immediately, please email us. Thank you for your patience!

Updated Crew Info!

02.18.13 | We've updated our crew bios! Shiny new headshots and updated info on all the Launch Crew. Check us out!

Sims Welcomes Baby Girl

12.11.12 | Our founder Sims and her husband Nils welcomed their daughter Elodie Cornelia Bouwmeester on October 8th. New mom and Elodie are doing great with Sims now back to work full time.

The Underground Guide to Spartanburg

02.14.12 | Mark your calendars: A new guide we designed for the Hub City Writers Project, "The Underground Guide to Spartanburg" along with the new Pocket Park, debuts on Thursday March 8th 4:30pm-6:30pm.

Our Newest Crew Member

09.14.11 | We are proud to welcome Joshua Holly as our new Junior Web Developer!


08.04.11 | Our new website has achieved liftoff. View the work samples, get to know the crew or drop us line and let us know what you think!

Spartanburg Visitors Guide 2012

08.03.11 | The Spartanburg Convention & Visitors Bureau awards Launch Something a contract to produce the 2012 Spartanburg Visitors Guide for the third year in a row.

Welcome HGTC

06.30.11 | The crew officially welcomes our new client, Horry Georgetown Technical College or to those in the know "HGTC". We look forward to developing fantastic marketing initiatives to boost enrollment!


03.21.11 | Sims was a charity dancer for the Dancing with the Spartanburg Stars 2011, an event which raised $320,000! View photos from the event by clicking the link.

The Launch Crew

03.21.11 | We're featured in the Behind the Counter 2011 in both Greenville and Spartanburg issues.