The new logo represents the staying power of our brand and the core principle of innovation that has driven Reward
Omaha, NE (PRWEB) October 26, 2012
Reward Wall Systems, Inc. officially launches new company logo and branding initiatives. The newly refreshed and modernized logo reflects a cleaner and more modern design that better encompasses the character of Reward Wall Systems’ brand and products.
The logo type is bolder and clearer, making it more impactful and easier to read, while adding a consistent shape to the logo. The logo has adopted a new signature blue exclusive to Reward, while revamping the icon to maintain the heritage of our previous logo. The new look and feel of Reward will increase brand recall and build momentum for the future.
“We identified the perfect time to update our logo, while keeping the essence of the brand people have identified with over the last 24 years. The new logo represents the staying power of our brand and the core principle of innovation that has driven Reward over the years,” says Troy Gibson, Reward’s Marketing Manager, “This is another step in staying ahead of the curve so we are able to relate to future markets as the insulated concrete form industry improves from the recession.”
Materials and items using Reward’s previous diamond logo will be phased out and updated with the new branding items. Reward is also a few weeks away from fully incorporating the new look online by rolling out a completely revamped website allowing for a better user experience, increasing the ease of navigation and publishing more research on the science behind why Reward ICFs are the premium building enclosure.
Located in Omaha, Nebraska, Reward Wall Systems, Inc. has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of insulating concrete forms used in residential and commercial structures since 1988. Reward’s customers include developers, architects, general contractors, residential contractors, and construction supply distributors. Reward not only provides state-of-the-art products, but also thorough customer, engineering and technical support. To learn more about Reward Wall Systems, Inc. go to http://www.rewardwalls.com.