In-Cahoots – Craig ‘Creek’ Johnson & Lannie ‘The Marshal’ Scopes has performed for more than ten years, bringing their brand of cowboy music, story-telling and humor to audiences from Cody, Wyoming to Munich, Germany, and of course, in their home state of Utah. People love the Old West and they’re a couple of cowboys that represent that hardworking and rugged spirit. They do love to take our act on the road. Craig is the Marketing Director several advertising agencies; Writer and Actor, Tunes & Tales from the Town of Tumbleweed. Lannie is the Art Director for several companies; Writer, Producer, Creator & Actor, Tunes & Tales from the Town of Tumbleweed; Personally greeted over 250,000 people in 18 languages in two weeks at 2002 Winter Olympics Cowboy Camp at the Soldier Hollow cross-country skiing venue. In-Cahoots Website
Who We Are
Craig (Creek) Johnson
• Marketing Director, The Bank of Commerce. (Cowboy-themed advertising established the bank’s identity and grew its assets by double digits five years in a row).
• Senior Account Executive, Fotheringham & Associates Advertising, and Western International Media, Salt Lake City.
• Director of Marketing, Granite Furniture Co, Salt Lake City.
• Director of Marketing, Sizzling Platter, LLC restaurant management company, Salt Lake City. (Cowboy and cowgirl-themed branding helped triple the locations and exponentially raise the sales and profits of Ruby River Steakhouse.)
• President, both the Utah and the Idaho Advertising Federations.
• Governor, American Advertising Federation District 12 (Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and El Paso, Texas).
Writer and actor, Tunes & Tales from the Town of Tumbleweed, Clear Channel Radio.
Lannie (The Marshal) Scopes
• Art Director for principals of Grey Advertising/Montreal and J. Walter Thompson/NYC.
• Art Director, Fotheringham & Associates Advertising, Salt Lake City.
• Principal, Redstone Advertising, successful 25-year Salt Lake agency.
• Creator, writer, producer (and actor) in the hour-long radio show, Tunes & Tales from the Town of Tumbleweed, Clear Channel Radio.
• Writer and producer, Cowboy Night at the Egyptian Theater, Park City, UT.
• Author, the acclaimed historical novel, The Life and Times of Samuel J. Groo.
• Director of Guest Services and Branding, Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass western town and steakhouse, Chandler, AZ.
Howdy-er, Organizer, and Head Wrangler, 2002 Winter Olympics Cowboy Camp at the Soldier Hollow cross-country skiing venue. Personally howdied over 250,000 people in 18 languages in two weeks.
However big your venue or your plans, give us a call to brainstorm all the fun options we offer. Whatever you decide, it’ll be an evening of entertainment that’ll have your troop stapping their toes and thanking you for your hospitality.