Urban Chestnut Brewing Truck Graphics
Marketing28 has once again teamed up with Urban Chestnut Brewing Company, this time with Eagle Distributing, to create their first delivery truck! Now that they are in over 100 restaurants and bars this is surely the first of many.
In the St. Louis area? Ask your server or bartender if they have UCBC’s Zwickel or Winged Nut. If they do, it’s more than likely that beer you’re drinking took a joy ride in this tricked-out vehicle.
Urban Chestnut Tap Handles
In the case of the Urban Chestnut Brewing tap handles, it all started with a marker sketch based on brainstorming sessions and input from UCBC co-founder David Wolfe. Marketing28 then created rough black and white schematic drawings to share with the company that would ultimately be producing the tap handles.
We then moved on to tighter drawings indicating color, proportions, and suggestions for construction. Firkin Taphandles came up with the idea to use reclaimed chestnut planks salvaged from 18th and 19th century tobacco and dairy farms, giving each handle unique character, and an interesting backstory.
Need help with your marketing challenge? We’re up to the task. Call Dan O’Saben and Marketing28 to see how we can help you.
One of the great joys of working in the creative field is when you get to help other folks who are creative in their own area, and in this case we’re talking about musicians. We’d love to help you make your musical release look as good as it sounds. Contact Marketing28 here. We’re ready to listen.
O’Neil knows how to build just about any post-frame building (commonly referred to as ‘pole barns’) you can imagine. But building a site with a robust CMS and SEO-friendly copy is a horse of a different color.
So O’Neil teamed up with Marketing28 to produce a new site, one that will let them add photos of projects as they are completed, and showcase their capabilities. While there are still some photos to be added to the ‘Portfolio’ section, we think it is a vast improvement over their old site, both in ease of O’Neil Building Systems use, and in aesthetics. Go ahead, take a look around. And remember, whatever your vision, O’Neil (and Marketing28) will help you realize it.
The Belleville Abbey
When The Abbey came to Marketing28, it was a gem waiting to be found by the public. You see, many years ago it started as a religious supply store. And while that is certainly still part of their business, they have grown primarily into a delightful coffee and sandwich shop that also sells many wonderful fair trade items and local artists’ works.
We’ve created an ongoing, consistent ad campaign for them, along with a new website to get the word out.
Gavin Law Firm
“Create the best law firm site in Illinois.”
That was the one request from the Gavin Law Firm when Marketing28 started working with them. Did we succeed? Well, being humble Midwesterners it’s hard to say, so we’ll let you be the judge. It is safe to say that the new site is a VAST improvement over the old templated one, though.
You may not be familiar with the name Servco, but they’ve been around for over 60 years and are a third-generation family-owned business that designs, builds, and installs quality commercial foodservice facilities– for schools, hospitals, casinos, corporate office and more across the country.
While their work has a fairly high profile, their marketing and branding were practically non-existent. And they knew that it was time to change that. We started with their logo. While a bit dated, it also had some recognition, so an update was in order. From there we moved on to stationery, brochures, ads, a new website, and even truck graphics. Visit their site here.
MPM Insurance Company of Kansas
MPM Insurance Company of Kansas recently launched their medical liability insurance company focused exclusively in the state of Kansas, and tapped Marketing28 to help with the launch.
One of the many tactics implemented was a giveaway for trade shows and personal sales calls: a packet of sunflower seeds.
Why sunflower seeds? Besides demonstrating the fact that MPM Insurance Company of Kansas is committed to growing their business in that state, and thus helping medical professionals, sunflowers also have a specific meaning for Kansas: they’re the state flower.