1. Nothing turns on a golfer like a gorgeous, challenging golf course. Jacobson’s new ad centers on a hole on just such a course allowing course developers to get a feel for what they can do for them and their development…

2. As a Fortune 500 company, Parker advertises to sell product and for corporate image. This ad seeks to do the latter by showing the Swedish American Museum Center just how good a neighbor they can be….

3. The safest of our public buildings should be our healthcare facilities. Safety Management Services’ new fractional ad program leads readers to specific pages on their
Internet site that show how they can help healthcare facilities stay on top of JCAHO and NFPA codes and regulations….

4. Draw your prospects into your sales message. Colonial Seals’ new ads build name recognition and create a positive perception of their company…

5. Nothing is harder than distinguishing your company in a very competitive industry. This TechLoss ad program drew companies who needed help with technology insurance
claims to their new web site and helped them carve out their niche in their industry…

6. Christmas USA needed literature to support their brand image for use in their tradeshow booth and for lead fulfillment. Boasting the look and feel of their Internet site, the
literature we created highlights Christmas USA’s image as well as one of their product’s main attributes… water resistance. The literature was used as part of an integrated program which includes an e-commerce Internet site, tradeshow booth, space advertising and a Cost Per Click advertising program on Google….

7. Laser Aesthetics of Texas needed to stake their claim in the emerging Velasmooth market as quickly as possible and create a brand image that positioned them as an expert in their industry as well as with this product. This brochure was part of an integrated promotional program that included space advertising, a direct mail campaign and their Internet site. As a whole, this campaign helped position Laser as one of the premier providers of Velasmooth©…

8. Energy Concepts wanted a new corporate brochure that positioned them as a technologically savvy provider of educational training systems. The brochure needed to highlight the turn-key system they provide to their key target audiences of schoolteachers and school system administrators. This brochure also needed to graphically create the mystique that Energy Concepts is a progressive company at the forefront of their industry…

9. A magazine has to have a dynamic look and feel to stay ahead of the competition in business-to-business publishing. The striking new designs for Kona Communications’ Truck Parts & Service and Successful Dealer magazines not only accomplish that challenge, but also make for easier viewing and thorough comprehension of the stories inside…

10. Every company needs to find their place in the market and position themselves to take best advantage of that niche. Kaydon is a world leader in the bearing industry and ”up and coming” when it comes to fluid power. This new corporate brochure portrays the size & scope of the parent company as well as defines their place in fluid power…

11. Start… Decorate… Finish! Concept thru execution development for a complete line of craft paint and texturing materials. With Ads, project sheets, dealer materials, POP displays and packaging a complete communications program, from Start to Finish…

12. To celebrate Brunswick’s 150th anniversary we developed a promotion that would draw potention buyers into the distributors stores. The program attracted buyers with print and electronic advertising, direct mail & publicity. Plus all the trimmings to add a festive mood to the stores and the premiums to keep their customers happy…

13. Assignment – Schutz International had reached a point in their corporate growth where they could no longer profitably work with small companies. As a consequence, Schutz zeroed in on the top 175 purchasers of permanent Point-of-Purchase (P.O.P.) in the United States. Schutz asked us to develop a program that would introduce these buyers to their product and open an ongoing dialog with them…

14. In a marketplace competing for shelf space, an entire line of electronic equipment cleaning products was developed! The attention getting packaging caught the buyers attention…