Ryland Homes 

Postcard that promoted a specific community while taking advantage of their current billboard advertising campaign.

Maryland Cycle Direct

An ad for a division of the Interstate Auto Insurance Company.   Yes it's old, but the intended action is clear and it continued the very successful "By Bikers, For Bikers" campaign.

Nacho Mama's

20th Anniversary T-Shirt for Iconic Baltimore Restaurant

Nacho mama's & 

mama's on the half shell

Anniversary ad for two unique Baltimore eateries

allied insurance

A well known commercial insurance agency ad for a frequently used local directory.

Yes, there are still a couple of those around.

EZ insurance

Retail Insurance ad designed for action.

Zero Parallel

In an industry where the competition pretty much sells the same thing, you look for ways to position your business as the leader. This ad plays off the name, provides a great looking image and tells exactly what they do with minimal copy. It leaves a lasting impression.

Shield roadside rescue

A great looking new logo for a new roadside recovery service.  

Sasha's 527 Cafe

A lovely to look at, stylish reminder of the Sascha's brand.

EZ Insurance

Second post card in the direct mail campaign.  

EZ Insurance

Part of a direct mail campaign aimed at customers who were in danger of losing their car insurance.  

Results Driven Marketing you can Trust 

 

Ryland Homes

Brochure for community in Harford County, MD called Holly Woods.  We always sold style and lifestyle.  Selling a connection to the neighborhood was imperative to success.  

T3 Leads

Two ads meant to enhance an industry leader's position as the affiliate network of choice.

Ryland Homes

Above and the next 5 images are the brochure for the upscale, 55+ community called "Only Ovation" in Columbia, MD.  Lush, roomy, upscale, gorgeous.  The brochure perfectly represented the community.  The brochure and the accompanying six floor plan brochures were completed in three weeks.  Layout through printing.

ryland homes

Front side of direct mail piece sent to targeted buyers.  It was one of a series that achieved great results.  The back of the postcard can be seen below.