SCHOOLS & CAMPS: Camp Laurel ID Kit
For several years, Rose Marcom’s principal and his creative team handled all of the branding needs for Camp Laurel and Laurel South in Readfield, Maine. In addition to print presentation kits and video packaging, our creative team designed and produced yearbooks and specialty brochures for specific programs and offerings. Our creative brief… “Keep it fresh, colorful and picturesque” as Camp Laurel come summertime.
NON-PROFIT: JARC Logo and ID Kit
After years of using the same brand and look, JARC Florida was seeking a new logo and color scheme. Rose Marcom met extensively with the client on potential symbols and the clasped hands emerged as the perfect icon for symbolizing the bond between JARC’s staff and its clients. Careful attention was then paid to developing the right color scheme and the new JARC logo was born. Ii is now the center point for all of JARC’s print materials and digital marketing components.
CORPORATE: Sageview Logo and ID Kit
Sageview Consulting, a national force in executive search and human resource consulting, wanted a brand and web site that matched that reputation. Rose Marcom developed a simple, but strong logo and color scheme, then applied it to all of the company’s marketing components, including new brochures and a newly designed web site showcasing its services, up-to-the-minute job postings and a blog combining topical stories and company news.
HEALTHCARE: ESDR Logo and ID Kit
ESRD Specialty Laboratories was just getting started to enter the competitive world of dialysis testing industry. Our creative team worked with the company’s seasoned experts in the field to develop a new brand and key messages that would underlay all of its materials. The firm quickly made its way on the regional map as a state-of-the-art testing facility serving a large number of dialysis centers.
REAL ESTATE: Fifth Ave. Place Logo and ID Kit
Long before the resurgence of downtown Boca Raton, one real estate project emerged as a new, refreshing addition to the east side of the city – Fifth Avenue Place. The property’s developers put a lot of extra touches into these over-the-top townhomes and needed a brand and packaging to match. Andy Rose’s creative team delivered and the project sold within a short period of time, laying the groundwork for the similar projects in this exclusive Florida haven.
RESTAURANTS: Revolution 2029 Logo & Menu
When Harrison Street became the focus of a renaissance in Hollywood, Florida one local chef emerged to lead the charge – David Sloane of Revolution 2029. Sloane had a vision for his restaurant that would earn him a nomination for Simply Seafood magazine’s “Chef of the Year.” Our creative team put a new brand, look and feel on the menu and delivered it to the restaurant’s budding customer base as well as the local and national media, helping Sloane satisfy the hunger for new restaurant concepts in this budding retail area.