Sunday, April 22, 2012

Binghamton Brewing Co. and Remlik's at Roberson Museum Annual Wine & Food Fest

One of my more recent pro-bono clients, Binghamton Brewing Company, successfully participated in the Roberson Museum Wine and Food Festival last Thursday, April 19.

View the Wine & Food Fest Photos
This annual event was held at the historic Roberson Museum and Science Center on Front Street in Binghamton, NY, and was a successfully sold out experience.

Over 30 local restaurants, breweries, bakeries, and wineries participated this year, and served as a significant fundraiser for the Museum and Science Center. Coverage of the event was provided by Bing Spot, the leading Binghamton social lifestyle guide, and FOX 40 news.


I'm incredibly proud to have been a part of the brand identity design and development for this particular start-up business. From the initial beginning, during the September flood in 2011, the Binghamton Brewery crew has been gaining momentum, and getting creative with the application of their identity.

Getting the message out can be more than just a sign or shirt. They make their business a true experience, and have incredible creative potential with their soon-to-be establishment in downtown Binghamton.

Follow them on Facebook for more information, and timely updates and events.
facebook.com/BinghamtonBrewingCo

Remlik's Grille and Oyster Bar, who I provide exclusive marketing and design services to in my full-time position, not only participated, but was one of the sponsors.

They recently celebrated their one year anniversary, and continue to wow the downtown patrons with their exceptional menu items, and local participation in fundraising events for organizations like Southern Tier Aids Program, and Binghamton Restaurant Week.

I had the pleasure of redesigning the layout of their dinner menu into a tri-fold brochure for this specific event.

One thing that I love about working with such a fine eatery, is looking through their positively mouth watering menu item photos. In a way, working with such a high-quality restaurant, my work is done for me by the photos themselves. There's nothing more engaging than picking up a pamphlet, or postcard, and having your stomach rumble just by looking at the food they offer.

Pure appetite yields pure advertisements.

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