Our public service campaign to dissuade people from flushing baby wipes included a variety of collateral materials: a mailer supporting our “What the Flush?!?” TV spots; shelf talkers for major retailers that sell baby wipes; bill stuffers for water utilities; and an innovative sticky note ad for the front page of the Portland Press Herald.
For Main Line Fence, we created a coordinated series of mailers to residential and business prospects, as well as follow-up cards to thank customers.
Our many collateral materials for MeHAF’s enroll207.com campaign included flyers promoting seminars to introduce the Affordable Care Act to the business community, and rack cards for local Health Care Advisers to distribute to Mainers seeking information about affordable health plans.
MMG Insurance undertook the ambitious project of rebranding their company year. Burgess designed a new suite of materials that reflect the company's progressive, forward-thinking approach to providing protection and peace of mind through a network of independent insurance agents across Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and now, Pennsylvania.
This family-owned insurer, specializing in liability insurance for the recreation industry, turned to Burgess for creative ways to get its message across to a niche audience independently owned campgrounds and RV parks across the US. Burgess has used a humorous approach to gain attention around a subject no one wants to think about potential lawsuits.