Print is in. Like email and social media, it drives people to your website. A recent Pew Internet research indicated that newspapers were still important for adults when finding businesses and restaurants online (31% to 51% using the internet)¹. Use CCB Creative for your print design needs and email or call today.

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[singlepic id=63 w=350 h=350 float=left] Mercury Conference Brochure

Single Fold, One-Sheet Brochure. Full-Color piece with conference schedule and registration form. Also designed as a mailer.

This conference provides environmental and public health agencies in the Northeast States and Eastern Canadian Provinces with current information on human health, environmental, and ecological research and associated legislative and regulatory activities on mercury.

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[singlepic id=64 w=350 h=350 float=left] Lake Champlain Water Trail

A full-color interpretive guide used by boaters to explore the Narrows, part of Lake Champlain’s rich history. 28-pages.

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[singlepic id=65 w=350 h=350 float=left] Unique Lives & Experiences Presentation Series

Five women share their lives in this unique, national event. Designed full-color programs for the series presented in Raleigh, NC.

 


 

[singlepic id=66 w=350 h=350 float=left] Step by Step stormwater brochure

A guide for the community of Long Island to learn how to prevent polluted runoff. Full-color accordion fold brochure developed for the Long Island Sound Study.

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[singlepic id=67 w=350 h=350 float=left] Protecting Drinking Water guide

A guide for owners and operators of gas stations. Resources, instruction, and regulations about protecting and testing the drinking water of these businesses. Full-color, 8 page guide.

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[singlepic id=68 w=350 h=350 float=left] Postcard design for a photography exhibit.

Postcard announcement and invitation to a photography exhibit.

 

 




¹Pew Internet and American Life Project: http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/Local-business-info/Overview.aspx