For the last several years, Klündt | Hosmer has helped Northwest Spokane Pediatrics get the word out about their unique pediatrics practice. Beginning with the creation of a new visual brand, our work evolved into a website, print materials and advertising campaign. We have helped Northwest Spokane Pediatrics grow their practice by communicating to parents in a fun, educational, eye-catching way. With Tanner the therapy dog, a friendly office atmosphere and a multilingual staff—this practice has unique offerings and we have been glad to help them spread the word, whether about seasonal child safety, vaccination availability or to communicate their mantra to “Get Out and Do Something!” Office Administrator, Jacki McManus recently shared with us, “We love you guys and you certainly have put the word out about our pediatric practice. We are so busy we had to hire another ARNP. Thank you just isn't enough!”
Klündt | Hosmer is proud to be celebrating 10 years of supporting First Night Spokane. To commemorate the last 10 years, this year’s poster highlights design elements and/or characters from each of the previous posters. It is a great tribute to the first 10 years and features a wonderful collection of the various “faces” of First Night from the past decade. Our hats go off to Judy Heggem-Davis for the great illustrations over the years, as well as Executive Director Chris Martin, Associate Director Lona Barnum, and all the other wonderful people who have worked so hard over the years to make this event such a success!
Randall & Hurley called on Klündt | Hosmer to redesign their website when they realized their online image wasn't representing the company accurately, as it was communicating a much different message from who they really are.
Klündt | Hosmer turned that image around by bringing Randall & Hurley’s online presence into alignment with their company standards as an industry leader in retirement plan services, who centers it’s business on retirement plan design, administration, consulting and reporting for all plan types.
Monday morning in our staff meeting, we talked about the plans we are making for Thanksgiving next week. Some of us are going out of town to see extended families, while others are celebrating on a smaller scale, at home, all alone, with an over-nuked frozen turkey dinner. But one common thread for all of us was the recognition that we have so much to be thankful for this year. Even those of us who will be spending the day after Thanksgiving recuperating from eating our weight in gravy-drenched goodness and enduring Aunt Edna’s telling of Uncle Fredrick’s vasectomy for the umpteenth time, will still be feeling thankful. Even if it’s just being thankful that the holiday is over.
This may sound corny, because it is, but we really are thankful for each other. Klündt | Hosmer is blessed with an amazing staff. We are thankful for our clients and of course our families too, all of them, even Aunt Edna.
At the end of the day, as they say, or at least as we will next Thursday—TGIT. And we mean it.