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Award Winning Sustainable Marketing

Creativity Recognized:

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2014 MarCom Gold Award – Writing/Other (Environmental Communications for the Updated City of Oconomwoc 25×25 Plan) 

2014 MarCom Honorable Mention (Pro Bono – Greener Oconomowoc Earth Day Bike Summit)

 

 

 

 

 

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2014 American Graphic Design Award – Re-branding + Identity 

2014 American Graphic Design Award – Announcements + Invitations

2014 American Graphic Design Award – Brochures + Collateral

 

 

 

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2013 MarCom Gold Award – Pro Bono Category

2013 MarCom Gold Award – Business to Business Brochure

2013 MarCom Honorable Mention – Creative Seeds

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Health + Wellness Design Award- Public Service

2013 American Graphic Design Award – Packaging

2013 American Graphic Design Award – Logo, Trademarks + Symbols

2013 American Graphic Design Award – Public Service

2013 American Graphic Design Award – Environmental Graphics and/or Pro Bono Projects

2013 Business Marketing Association (BMA) of Milwaukee: Award of Excellence – Printing

2012 American Graphic Design Award – Environmental Graphics category

2012 American Graphic Design Award – Public Service & Pro Bono Projects category

2011 Wisconsin’s Chapter of the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMSP) Honorable Mention


Award Winning Artwork Samples 

2014 American Graphic Design Award Creative

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The Wisconsin Green Building Alliance (WGBA) choose to contract with Evolution Marketing on their organization’s rebranding efforts, due to Evolution Marketing’s strong commitment to sustainability and their extensive network of local environmentally responsible suppliers (i.e. for ink, printing, paper, signs, etc). Korinne Haeffel WGBA Executive Director further explains, “We really appreciate the holistic approach to sustainable design and environmentally responsible project management that members of the Evolution Marketing team have brought to our attention. From suggestions regarding sustainably sourced WI made, FSC papers, to recommendations on which print house to use based on the printers sustainability credentials.”
“When we tell our sustainable operations story, it is nice to be able to share with our members that Evolution Marketing (our marketing/design team) and Watertown Budget Print (our printer) both align well with our mission by having embraced sustainable operations within their own facilities such as implementing composting programs at their respective offices. It is wonderful to have found a trustworthy organization that has sustainability interwoven into everything they do,” Haeffel explained.

 

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Artwork above created for Greener Oconomowoc’s 2013 Earth Day Bike Summit Event.  Included in the overall event design were a small “Free Event Pass” (pictured above right), event posters (not pictured), 6 page Event Program (pictured above left) and “Thank You Certificates” for all sponsors (pictured above right).  Evolution Marketing won a 2013 American Graphic Design Award within the category of Environmental Graphics and/or Pro Bono Projects for this artwork. 


Award of Excellence

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Steven Hill, JR. – Vice President Budget Print and Lisa Geason-Bauer – President Evolution Marketing at the 2013 Business Marketing Association Awards in Milwaukee.  The “Creative Seeds Campaign” received an Award of Excellence in the Printing Category.


 2012 American Graphic Design Awards Creative

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The WI Sustainable Business Council re-branded marketing materials (pictured above: Green Masters Program brochure with niche market inserts) won a 2012 American Graphic Design Award within the Public Service and Pro Bono Projects category.

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Waukesha- Ozaukee- Washington County Workforce Development WORK 12 publication won a 2012 American Graphic Design Award within the Environmental Graphics category.