Digital Research, Inc.Picking up the "Power of Re" theme from the collateral materials we created for DRI, we developed a colorful, can't miss trade show display that is also incredibly lightweight and easy to use. These window-shade style banners are made from a wrinkle-resistant fabric that looks great and lasts forever. Best of all, the whole set up fits in a bag the size of a trumpet case and weighs less than 25 pounds.
Efficiency MaineEfficiency Maine needed a cost-effective, eye-catching solution for the numerous trade shows and business events they attend all across the state. Because they have a number of different programs aimed at businesses and individuals, they needed their exhibit to be versatile. Burgess developed this modular display, that includes individual pull-up screens that are very portable and work well individually, or grouped with the large center panel for maximum visibility.
Harmon's ClamcakesBurgess's redesign of the packaging for this New England favorite brought a fresh look without any of the old fashioned appeal of the 80-year-old family recipe.
MEMICMEMIC wanted to stand out from the pack at a national trade show and Burgess created a larger than life booth concept that made work place safety a true conversation piece.
PSNH Carbon Footprint KitBurgess Advertising created the Cut the Carbon! home energy saving kit for nhsaves, a collaboration of New Hampshire's electric utilities. Distributed for checkout, free-of-charge via public libraries statewide the 800 kits contained a Kill A Watt electricity monitor, a brochure full of energy-savings tips for the whole house, a bookmark with the top ways to cut your carbon footprint, instructions for use and a satisfaction survey. Libraries report that demand continues to remain strong and they plan to keep the kits in permanent circulation.
QualisPep Boys turned to Qualis to develop a private label brand of brake rotors that would appeal to high-performance "tuners." Qualis created the product and Burgess created the packaging.