Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Have you seen the "Purple People Eater?"

Did I not tell you we get to do fun projects for Leighton Broadcasting?

Vikings vehicle number 9 (yes! nine) has just been completed!

Every year since the begining, Jeff brings us a random bright purple vehicle! We don't know what it is until it gets here. He gives us the keys, sponser names, and says have fun~! We love doing this car every year. This year's jeep is no exception, with lines of cheering fans lining the sides and a big ole' Viking Head beckoning you to show us your horns, you get the idea of how your vehicle can get you noticed no matter what your message!

Visual marketing is more than just signage on you store front, call or stop in and let us show you how you can get noticed all day, everyday, and everywhere you go!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Mix Your Marketing!

Jeff from Leighton Broadcasting is always a pleasure to work with!

We get to do all kinds of fun projects for the radio station. This summer he dropped this huge Boom Box in our shop and said have at it and, "by the way" could you fix the sign at the station with our updated logos. We have our stipulations of "get our logos on there" but other then that, Jeff lets us do what we do best!

Since the boom box will be traveling, and be on very visible locations, we wanted it to be loud, pleasing to the eye, and FUN! We wrapped this baby in fun graphics designed to grab your eyes while standing in place or on the move. We, of coarse, got all of the stations on there, KDLM, KRCQ, and The Wave!

The original station site sign while functional and bright, was a lil "old school" we wanted to update the look and to catch your eye and say RADIO before you even read it! I think we accomplished that PLUS we got all of the new logos on the sign, with lots of color. Driving down Richwood Road, there is no doubt about where the radio station is!

We love to work with Jeff, he too knows the importance of the marketing mix, whether you hear it or see it, make your business stand out among the crowd!

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Some Like Them Big!

When Midwest Bank grew from their very humble beginnings to their present location, their sign needs grew with them. They wanted something grand and architecturally, to match their new facilities. We used the roof line as a tie in to the building and made it of the scale "grand". As you drive by on Highway 10, the sign clearly casts the image of strength and integrity their business stands for. We also fabricated and installed the directional signage throughout the location for ease of passage through the parking lot and drive-ups. We were very happy to partner with Midwest Bank in custom building the signage for the banks new home.