In an effort to lend a hand to upstarts and very small businesses (less than $250k revenue a year) we are offering design packages. These design packages will help to establish and define brands as well as provide the basic tools needed for effective brand marketing communications with customers.
So you're in Denver on Saturday night and need to someplace to go after the WAR MMA fights, or if you weren't cool enough to be there you can still come, you should go to the official after party at Lucky Strike Denver. Right on the 16th street mall between Welton and Glenarm it's easy to get to and not only will you find booze, bowling, and babes (yeah they are the official Cage Girl sponsor of the fight too) but you might even run across your favorite fighter from the evening.
Going to a lunch meeting? As I spend more and more time in this business I see more and more people starting businesses. Some of them even look like actual business people. Until I see their card, or their website, or sales sheet. It's important to understand that these things are an extension of you and your business.
FIG Advertising, your Denver Marketing Agency is pleased to announce our client Fight to Win Promotions. Fight to Win promotes MMA fights in the Denver, CO area and across Texas. FIG was brought in to help them develop their sponsorship channel for future events. This includes market research and promoting Fight to Win as an advertising channel.
It's hard to believe it but FIG has been in business for one year already, a milestone happy birthday. Time flies when you're having fun. As a high quality Denver Marketing Agency we've worked with some great clients across the country and completed some unique projects. A special thanks to our clients and an invitation to new ones. Drop us a line and we can help you become part of our happy family of clients, mention this blog for a special birthday promotion. Hurry though, we're only doing this special offer through the end of March.
So I was just thumbing through a copy of Science News from over the summer, August 29, 2009 to be exact, and an article caught my eye. It basically says something I've been telling clients and prospects forever. Just because your ad isn't on during a football game on Monday night doesn't mean it won't work.