Holmen, Wisconsin (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
The BLU Group - Advertising and Marketing is proud to announce that they have been chosen by the Aquila Corporation to lead their 2014 marketing campaigns. The new initiatives will revolve around a new strategy aimed at targeting specific organizations and direct-to-consumer sales. A new website is in development and additional tactics will include search engine optimization, online advertising, social media, videos, trade shows, and additional highly targeted mediums.
“We are extremely proud to have the opportunity to partner with the Aquila Corporation,” said Tony Roberts, President at The BLU Group Advertising and Marketing. “Their company is founded on the premise of helping others so it matches up very well with our core principles,” said Roberts. “In addition, they are owned by a veteran, everything is made in the United States, and their team helps hundreds of American veterans around the country.”
In the words of Steve Kohlman, President of the Aquila Corporation, “Our company remains dedicated to providing the most effective therapeutic seating devices for wheelchair users. We are constantly improving our cushion systems and developing new options to meet our client’s needs. The same care that went into the cushion I built for my dad goes into every cushion system Aquila makes." For more information about this incredible company, visit AquilaCorp.com.
About The BLU Group Advertising and Marketing: The BLU Group is a full-service ad agency that specializes in: Market Research, Marketing Strategies, Corporate Identity, Broadcast and Print Advertising, Graphic Design, Billboard Design, Catalog Design, Direct Marketing, Website Design, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), E-Mail Marketing, and Social Media. Serving companies throughout the nation, The BLU Group is dedicated to strengthening their clients' brands and growing their business through traditional and non-traditional mediums. For more information, visit TheBLUGroup.com or connect with them on Facebook and Twitter.