October 2015 Heartbeat

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October 2015 Heartbeat

When an Event Hits Close to Home

Heartland Marketing Group has helped many of our clients plan and conduct great events over the years. We know success takes a lot of attention to detail and preparation.

For Jen, the newest member of our team, being organized and creative are part of her DNA. The event she’s been working on most? Her wedding!

Jen and her fiancè, Todd Hoaglund, are getting married on Saturday, October 31. Yes! They’re planning a Halloween wedding!

We wish Jen and Todd all the best as they begin married life together!

Need a New Look? On the Cheap?

HMG now offers an economy logo option for those wanting a new logo to identify their business. Rather than three design options with our traditional package, the economy logo option offers one design presented after consultation with you to be sure we incorporate all your expectations.

Brulin CommunicationsWe were happy to work with Bruce and Linda Gaarder on their logo on a new business venture they are launching – Brulin Communications. The imagery, colors, and design were all what they wanted and more!

Barb had a Dairy Good Time in Madison

Our customer, Novus, needed an extra hand to staff and manage their World Dairy Expo trade show experience so Barb headed to Madison last week. She spent Tuesday through Friday with the Novus team working on – and in – their booth, coordinating media relations, and filling all the gaps. It was a great week in Madison celebrating the dairy industry with Novus!

2016 Countdown

We’re in the last quarter of the calendar year and it’s time to think about your marketing communications strategy for 2016! Have you identified your message? What means will you use for reaching customers and prospects? Are there any big events coming? Are you satisfied with the overall design your business portrays? Heartland Marketing Group will be happy to work with you to outline a strategy to reach your communications goals!

Harvesting Hope and Optimism

We all know farmers are the most optimistic business people on the earth. Each year they plant a crop and raise livestock with the expectation it will be a record success! Despite obstacles like weather, commodity prices, and regulation, they continue to engage in this noble profession which feeds the world. They have our thanks and appreciation!

This fall during harvest, and always, we encourage safety for not only farmers and their teams but for all who use our roadways. Plan ahead, stay safe, and be careful!

 

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