Friday, May 25, 2007

The Launch of a Rafting Site goes live, just in time for summer.

The Sacandaga Outdoor Center, a rafting, tubing and kayaking outfit in Hadley, NY has a new Web site. Launched moments before Memorial Day Weekend, offers information on the excitement and adventure found where the Sacandaga River meets the Hudson.

SOC boasts the most experienced guides, the newest equipment and the best location—a spot so convenient that many of the other rafting companies have to use it to get their rafts off the river. SOC offers the perfect summer diversion with a rollicking trip down Class III rapids, a store full of merchandise, a picnic area, a full kayak shop and plenty of convenient parking.

Enjoy the ride.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Find Balance Online

The Acupuncture Studio, a healing arts community in Glens Falls, NY helps patients heal in a beautifully refurbished factory. Now the practitioners of this ancient art have a website that is as unique as their space.

Part of an ongoing effort to make acupuncture accessible, the website aims to educate newcomers and cajole reluctant patients in for a treatment.

Stop in and relax for a bit.

Monday, May 14, 2007

Later Dude

Trampoline bids a fond farewell to a talented designer, musician, entrepreneur, digital printer, fine artist, practical joker and humorist.

Good luck Pete, we expect great things.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Go For Baroque

After an extensive agency search, the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra board of directors has selected Trampoline Design to reposition the organization with a brand update.

After a creative meeting with several board and staff members including Executive Director Robert Rosoff, President Samuel Friedman and Music Director and Conductor Maestro Charles Peltz, Trampoline is excited to position the symphony as a classy, sophisticated, group of pros, whose concerts are, indeed events.

The Trampoline Team recently attended Two Pianos and Five and were blown away by the intensity of the performance, and impressed by the attendance. The 1,500 seat house was packed, and the patrons went away happy.

Stay tuned (pun!) for more on the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra.

Saturday, May 5, 2007

The Ego Has Landed

Trampoline Design bounced away from the 2007 Nori Awards with 8 victories—proving that Glens Falls is a city to watch. Going head to head against mammoth Albany agencies, Trampoline Design's 14 finalists were exceeded only by Zone5, a 30-person outfit headquartered in the Capital District.

The award ceremony, put on by the Albany Ad Club, took place on Friday May 5th. The awards are part of a regional competition, judged by the leading talent and minds behind advertising in New York State.

Victories of note within the eight awards were: the 2006 Explore What's Next Campaign, featuring a rendition of the Falls on t-shirts and event signage, used by the merchants of Downtown Glens Falls and funded by the Glens Falls Business Improvement District; the integrated marketing campaign for DackerAuthentic Adirondack Ale, which included vehicle graphics, packaging, website, blog, radio spots, glasses, tshirts and caps; and several awards for exhibit and campaign work done on behalf of the Berkshire Museum.