Continental Creative Services debuts new website and logo
Aug. 2015 | Download Article
Oshkosh, Wis.-- Continental Creative Services (CCS) – a full-service marketing, advertising and public relations company, recently debuted its new logo and mobile-friendly website. The site is content rich, simple to navigate, graphically pleasing and search engine optimized, according to Marketing Communications Director Tari Martin.
“Visitors to the site enjoy quick access to CCS services, contacts and online portfolio,” she said. “The portfolio offers examples of CCS work, including brochures, logos, ads, websites, mailers, newsletters, press releases, signage and more. We launched the site and reinvigorated the logo to correspond with CCS’s 10th anniversary this year.”
A subsidiary of Continental Girbau Inc., CCS was established in 1995 to offer quality marketing and advertising support to Continental distributors – helping them regionally distinguish themselves from their competition. CCS has since grown to serve a variety of clients and businesses representing an array of industries.
“CCS offers cost-effective marketing, public relations and advertising services to meet client goals and budgets,” said Martin. “CCS, a results-driven organization, works to build credibility, awareness and sales for our clients.”
To discover more about CCS, visit their website or call 800-256-1073.
Continental Creative Services, established in 1995, is a marketing communications company providing cost-effective marketing, advertising and public relations services to a variety of industries.
Continental Girbau Inc. is the largest of 15 subsidiaries of the Girbau Group, based in Vic, Spain. Girbau laundry products – marketed throughout 90 countries worldwide – meet rigorous environmental and safety standards established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Girbau S.A. holds both ISO9001 and ISO14001 certifications. Ever focused on laundry efficiency, Continental Girbau is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGB), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that developed the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.