Long time client Wood Tree Swings, a global seller and manufacturer of tree swings, was recently purchased by Kaleb and Jennifer Nicholson, owners of, coincidentally, a tree maintenance business and another VNM customer, Morganton Limbwalkers and Crane service. Congratulations team!
VanNoppen Marketing recently rebranded A Personal Touch Tree Service to Ed Brooks Tree Service! This project included an upgraded logo, a new fully- responsive website, social media integration and optimization, Google Business registration, and development and execution of a smart GoogleAds campaign.
VanNoppen was excited to help the owner of a new bed and breakfast in town come up with a brand for her business. The new logo we designed captures the sense of victorian-era history and elegance visitors experience when staying at The Belle at Avery in downtown Morganton, NC.
In the course of 16 successful years VanNoppen Marketing has evolved into a proven, award-winning, full-service strategic marketing practice offering creative and effective services to businesses, governments and professionals across the US. We thought it was time for a new look.
VanNoppen Marketing was contracted to assist Burke Development Inc with an effort to change the face of local workforce, titled Work In Burke. The project is an integrated, multi-faceted marketing, outreach and education / information campaign that saturates the Burke County student population with information about employment opportunities, employment requirements and pathways to training.
Challenge Design Innovations, based in Pineola, NC, is a global leader in the design, construction and management of outdoor challenge course, tactical and fitness courses and zip lines. It hired VanNoppen Marketing to develop a marketing strategy and tools to promote its professional-caliber services.
VanNoppen Marketing designed and developed Joara's enduring brand. The Joara Foundation, Inc. engages the public in archaeology in the Carolinas, and emphasizes the discovery of the Native American town of Joara and Fort San Juan, the first inland European settlement in the United States.