About Red Rock

 

Web Sidebar Copy - Vortex HistoryThe History of Red Rock and the Meaning of the Vortex

Our History

Red Rock was founded 27 years ago, in 1988, by Rick Bayers and John Czosnyka when they acquired the assets of Ralston Purina’s Multi-Media Department. In the early years Red Rock primarily provided photography and multi-media sales meeting services. When the “digital era” hit, Red Rock’s capabilities were expanded to include interactive media and website design. 

In 2001, Lee Taylor joined the Red Rock team and the transformation of Red Rock into a full service “out-source marketing department” began.

The Name “Red Rock” Comes from Sedona, Arizona – a Place Famous for its Vortices

The Red Rock “Vortex” is the place where creative thinking meets practical marketing solutions – all with an eye on profitability. It’s the place to go if you want to take your marketing program to the next level.

The Vortex. It sounds like a killer place to go in search of creative “business building” solutions. Or maybe it’s just the favorite place where today’s cutting-edge marketers gather to discuss future trends.

The name “Red Rock” is based on the magnificant red rock formations of Sedona, Arizona, a place famous for its beauty and its mystical powers of the Vortex.

To Red Rock, the Vortex is the place where creative thinking meets practical marketing solutions – all with an eye on our client’s profitability.

Ancient Americans considered the Red Rock Valley of Sedona a sacred land only to be used for special rites and ceremonies. Long ago, they identified the power of the Vortex. They went to these sites to achieve a better understanding of self and spirit. They believed vortex energy held the potential to help heal the mind, body, and spirit. These sacred sites are still visited today, leaving visitors with a lasting “Super Spiritual Sedona Experience.”

See a Map of Sedona’s Vortices

What is a Vortex?

Scienblurspiraltists refer to these sacred energy centers as “geophysical anomalies”. A vortex is a giant magnet of energy – either positively or negatively charged – where the energetic lay lines of the earth’s field converge. Geophysicists have not yet been able to fully explain how or why a vortex works. Vortices can’t be seen or tasted and don’t have an odor. They aren’t loud, but they can be heard. They can’t be touched, but they can definitely be felt – biochemical changes occur when a person is at the center of a vortex.

 

 


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