Happy Valentine’s Day! We hope you enjoy it, whether you’re coupled or solo. It seemed like the perfect time for the Evans Communications team to drop you a quick note and tell you about some of the projects we’ve loved over the past few months.
That's Brenda and Kurt Warner, co-founders of the amazing Treasure House, a new home for developmentally disabled adults in the Valley. Kurt was also some sort of athlete in the past as well. We were very honored to help them and their exceptional development director Lisa Hartsock in the creation of Brenda & Kurt Warner’s Celebrity Game Night, which honored Shane Doan on February 9. It was a ton of work but we were able to put on one of the most unique fundraisers you’ll ever see — and so far we’ve been very pleased with the reviews.
We’ve also been hard at work helping our clients Plaza Companies and Holualoa Companies revitalize the Park Central Mall property, including defining the new brand for the project and helping with the marketing and public relations. So far, so good as the project is getting an extraordinary amount of interest.
On the creative side — hey look, we made a cookbook! Our amazing creative director Cheyenne Brumlow was the lead on designing “Tastes & Treasures II,” a collection of recipes from Arizona’s finest restaurants and chefs, for the Historical League, Inc. The cookbook is being launched as we speak. It’s a great fundraiser for a terrific organization AND it’s a nice gift for Valentine’s Day! You’ll be able to order your own copy at this link.
We also love the association management clients we work with, specifically the Association for Corporate Growth-Arizona Chapter and Charter 100. We’re grateful to be able to provide both with extensive marketing, event planning and administrative services, and to make sure their networking and social functions stand out from the crowd.
And, if you haven’t done so lately, we invite you to take a peek at Frontdoors Media and Frontdoors Magazine. Our Spring Arts Directory is coming out tomorrow, so keep an eye out for it and see some of the best events and exhibitions the arts community has to offer.
Again, Happy Valentine’s Day — we hope you enjoy it!