What is more important than helping children get their lives off to a good start? Especially when those children live in East St. Louis, one of the poorest areas in our country. This video was created for Uni-Pres Kindercottage to help as they went out to local churches and civic organizations to raise funds critical to keeping the daycare open and thriving.
Kindercottage has been around since 1965, but funding is more of an issue than it ever has been. It was an honor to help with this video. We hope it can do the good it is meant to do. If you want to donate, or sponsor a child, go to their site, call Miss Brenda and make a difference.
Thanks to Steve West and Woodland Media for their shooting and editorial skills, and Lisa Fishman for her moving copy.
Marketing28 recently completed a new brochure for FastFlow by FormFast. The brochure, along with tradeshow graphics, and a completely new PowerPoint sales presentation, were all for FormFast’s appearance at the annual HIMSS show, a medical IT conference. We also had the pleasure of attending the conference, and the company was doing everything it could to keep up with the steady stream of folks stopping by the booth to talk. While we’ve been around the block long enough to know that it wasn’t all because of the great new graphics, and on-target messaging, we’re happy we could help! Here’s a small sampling of the brochure:
Here’s a design created by Marketing28 for the band The Adoring Heirs, with artwork by Ben Borsos. It’s so fresh off the presses that the band is making some color copies and burning a limited number of CDs to sell during their appearance at Euclid Records, with a more formal production run occurring soon after.
It’s all part of Record Store Day, an event created to spotlight the dwindling number of independent record stores throughout the U.S. You can go to Dan O’Saben’s music blog Old Skool Review to see a run-down of stores and the bands that will be playing. Come on out! It’s a fun day, and independents need all the help (and love) they can get.