Interactive campaign provides tools for individuals and businesses to support renewable energy, launched Monday, March 1
SAN FRANCISCO, CA—Center for Resource Solutions on Monday launched their “Buy Clean Energy 2010” campaign, which encourages individuals and organizations to buy renewable energy in support of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.
One of Northern Colorado’s top young marketing minds has joined the staff at Linden, a creative marketing and communications company based in Fort Collins.
Amy Artzer, a 2009 nominee for the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professional of the Year award, this week joined the agency as an account manager.
Artzer specializes in client management and brings nearly 10 years of marketing and advertising experience.
You've invested in a professional "look and feel" to brand your company, set yourself apart from your competitors and convince potential customers that you deserve their business. If you're hesitating taking the financial step because of the ongoing commitment, you've already taken an important step to prepare!
Like caring for yourself, a child or a pet, maintaining a brand requires a commitment and attention to its basic needs. With the right care and feeding, your marketing will stay vibrant and productive for years.
The CardioVascular Advertising Awards recently recognized Linden, a leading marketing agency in Fort Collins, for outstanding work in the field of healthcare marketing. Linden received top awards in the exclusive national competition for its work on behalf of Heart Center of the Rockies.
“We are very proud of our creative work here at Linden,” said President Susie Cannon. “We put our clients’ goals first, and it is an added bonus to be recognized with such a prestigious award for helping them succeed.”
Linden, a marketing company in Old Town Fort Collins, recently completed the logo design for Union Place, a sustainable mixed-use development that is among the first new projects planned for the North College urban renewal area.
As part of their commitment to conservation, Union Place’s logo features Ecofont, a typeface with holes designed to reduce ink consumption by 20%.