Main St. Design branded The Historical Society of Harford County’s event, Night at the Copa. This was an evening of dinner, dancing and entertainment and needed a design that would reflect the fun, care-free night. We focused on a fun an unexpected color palate, mixed with modern feel of typography and graphics. We created a series of flyers, forms and web advertisements.
"We’ve worked with Main St. Design on a variety of projects, with great success. Whether it’s design work, website development or technical support, the Main St. Design team is always responsive and dedicated to getting the job done right, on budget and on time."
Wendy Odell Magus, CFEVice President of MarketingKiddie AcademyFebruary 9, 2016
"Responsive, creative and reliable – we return to Main St. Design year after year."
Gayle StarkVice President of MarketingAPGFCUFebruary 16, 2016
"For well over a decade Dixie Construction Co Inc. has only trusted Main Street Design for all of its electronic and print media. Their Madison Avenue products, results and local accessibility truly make them our only partners in this digital age. We look forward to many more decades. Thank you Main St. Design!"
Justin DixonDirector of MarketingDixie ConstructionFebruary 16, 2016
"Palumbo Insurance Associates has worked with Main St. Design from the initial concept phase of our business in 2009 and continue to work with Bill and Marianne and the entire MSD team through to today! We love their creativity and collaboration on our website, our brochures, right down to our business cards and email hosting. We love them!"
OwnerJune 2, 2016
"I’ve worked on projects with Main Street Design for 20 years. Bill Walden is a committed community business owner and a responsive partner on all the jobs they’ve completed for me. Marianne Panos is a talented and forward-thinking creative force who adds cutting edge graphical presentation to everything she works on. Together they ensure the client is more than satisfied—they go for wow!"
Stacey A. RebbertMarketing ManagerHarford MutualFebruary 16, 2016