Case Studies

We listen carefully to customers, and we translate what we hear into strategy. We focus on true collaboration, the best way to get outstanding results. Marketing materials are tightly integrated; the messages are interwoven; and the voice of your company is consistent. The only way to really understand how we work with clients is to see a large body of resulting work. Here are a few examples:

RV There Yet?

We learned a great deal about the RV lifestyle on this project, including how to drive them! Jane and her family even spent a weekend at the Washington coast doing… research. Yep, it was “research!”

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Bob Lethlean decided mid-August, 2011 to open an RV rental facility in the Tri-Cities. WinSome was hired shortly thereafter with the goal of getting the business open by the first of October. First up was the logo. Bob’s son came up with the business name, playing on family trips everywhere and the chorus of voices in the back seat droning, “are we there yet??!” So, with family fun in mind, Vanessa developed the logo and a series of illustrations to depict the many reasons you might want to rent an RV. From family vacations and extra room for extended-stay guests, to heading south for the winter, RVs offer lots of options.

WinSome has been involved with RV There Yet? since inception. Jane and Bruce wrote and designed letters to RV owners offering consignment opportunities; created ads aimed at snowbirds; wrote operations manuals for the RVs; and created a new website. The website marries information for RV renters; consignment and sales opportunities; Facebook and blog posts. The site also offers rental calendars to show when the individual units are available to rent. Jane worked with Mark Roberts Photography for the great images used on the site.

RV There Yet? and WinSome worked with Kim Harvey of Engage Now: PR+Social Media to create and manage a Facebook page for the business. WinSome enjoys a close relationship with Kim—projects are definitely better with great collaborators.

RV There Yet? closed in 2014.

 

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