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Branding a Band
Posted 22 April 2014 | 789, amazon, annabel adams, band, branding, campaign, charley bell, Covina, graphic design, hollywood, inland empire, itunes, logo development, Los Angeles County, Marketing, Orange County, richard silva, santa ana, the antique toys, website design

Branding a Band

The Antique Toys has been a long time client of ours... let's be honest - We love them. They have been working hard on the release of their first "official" album. So, they contacted us and asked if we could help them out. We've provided a brand, spanking new logo, miscellaneous band art, their album [...]
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Branding Food Festivals
Posted 20 April 2014 | 789, big league dreams, branding, campaign, charley bell, Covina, food festival, graphic design, inland empire, logo development, Los Angeles County, marcom award winner, Marketing, Orange County, richard silva, San Gabriel Valley, santa ana, taste of the valley, website design, west covina

Branding Food Festivals

We here at 789, reconnected with one of our first clients, The Greater West Covina Business Association (GWC) to assist them in branding and developing marketing materials for San Gabriel Valley's first regional food festival, "Taste of the Valley." The event is planned for Fall this year and will take place at the beautiful and [...]
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Branding History
Posted 15 April 2014

Branding History

Here's a fundraising campaign we did for the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum. This was a really fun project because we got to visit the museum, several times. We also got to go behind the scenes of the Land of Lost movie with Will Farrell. I spoke to him, gave him my band's demo [...]
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Branding Trees
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Posted 15 March 2014

Branding Trees

This was a 'green' campaign we did for the City of Perris and their partner West Coast Arborists to enhance the City's forestation program to make Perris a recognized "Tree City, USA." As part of the campaign, we helped them develop the campaign name, branding, messaging, tree-themed street names, various outreach materials, community events, and [...]
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