Remember the old saying how the cobbler’s kids never have shoes? Well, we’ve been the cobbler for a couple of years now. After working so diligently on developing knock-out websites for clients, we didn’t have much time left over to redo our own. But after some heart to hearts (or should we say sole to sole) here internally, it was time to take the plunge. So we got busy cleaning up the scuffs, buffing the leather, adding new polish and giving the site one last good shine for the relaunch.
During all that buffing, we refined our agency positioning as well. We know clients love results, and we love providing them. We are now branding envisionit media as an Agency of Action, one that drives specific actions to achieve client’s desired results. To take it one step further, we defined the specific categories we drive action within: Interactive, Creative, Strategy and Technology. We’re even calling our internal team Agents of Action. We like it, and hope you do too.
Come on over and check us out at www.envisionitmedia.com.
The American Egg Board and its egg farmers have launched a new website showcasing their commitment to the care, quality and delivery of your eggs. The project kicks off this month, and was featured on The Rachael Ray Show’s season premiere. The Good Egg Project is also a proud sponsor of Sesame Street.
America’s egg farmers are committed to caring for animals and providing nutritious and affordable eggs to consumers. This commitment starts on the farms and continues through the egg’s journey from the processing plant, to the delivery truck, to the grocery store and then to the consumer’s table. On the website, visitors will learn about the family-owned and operated egg businesses, and the carefully developed practices for delivering high-quality, great-tasting, wholesome eggs to America’s breakfast tables.
The new site also features “The Pledge.” Visitors can sign up pledging to “Eat Good, Do Good.” everyday. For every pledge made, a donation of one egg will be made to Feeding America – up to one million eggs. And that’s in addition to the 12 million eggs donated annually by egg farmers!
Be sure to visit the Good Egg Project and pledge today!