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Downtown firm wins six graphic design awards

Published: October 21, 2013, 2:47 pm, by Ned Hunter

The Colorado Springs branding and marketing firm DoMoreGood recently received six Certificates of Excellence from the 2013 American Graphic Design Awards. The competition was sponsored Graphic Design USA.

DoMoreGood is at 19 S. Tejon. The company was formerly called The CSK Group until its August merger with Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Hanon McKendry.

The Former CSK side of the business continues to specialize in market research, brand strategy and brand development to target specific audiences.

CSK was formed about four years ago by three friends – Cheryl Farr, Steve Maegdlin, and Keith Brock; all three have remained with the company. The firms changed their names to DoMoreGood after the merger.

 DoMoreGood won awards for:

CSK Self Promo Advertisement.

DoMoreGood Self Promo Advertising Campaign.

DSI — Corporate Branding System.

Encompass World Partners — Recruitment Brochure.

Focus on the Family — Focus Leadership Institute Recruitment Brochure.

Focus on the Family — 2013 Ministry Impact Brochure.

“With six awards, this recognition cuts across several projects and strategic design teams and is a collective honor,” wrote Keith Brock, chief design officer in the release.

The American Graphic Design Awards were first held 40 years ago. More than 8,000 entries were submitted for the 2013 competition, the release states.

DoMoreGood can be reached at: 434-5250