Research Triangle Park, NC, May 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Clean Design, Inc. (www.cleandesign.com), a design agency specializing in uncovering the insights and ideas that reveal a company’s brand truth, has announced that Natalie Perkins, president of the agency, has been named to the steering committee for the 2009 North Carolina Education Ball, a charity event that raises money to decrease the high school dropout rate.
Communities In Schools of North Carolina will host the 2009 North Carolina Education Ball on Friday, June 26 from 6 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at the RBC Center, located at 1400 Edwards Mill Road in Raleigh. The seventh annual Education Ball will feature seven local personalities from the Triangle area who will be giving their all in a competitive dance event, a progressive dinner, a silent and live auction, music and dancing for all attendees. For more information, visit www.ncedball.org or contact Margot Murphy at (800) 849-8881 or email@example.com.
Perkins began her career at Trone Advertising in Greensboro, N.C., where she worked her way up to the position of president during a 14-year span. She founded her own agency consulting business and later became chief marketing officer at Blattner Brunner, an advertising agency with offices in Pittsburgh, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Since joining Clean Design in 2007, Perkins has led reorganizational efforts to build upon the agency’s foundation of success. These efforts have created a 20 percent growth in new client business, staff expansions and improved client relationships.
“I am honored to contribute to the 2009 North Carolina Education Ball,” said Perkins. “This event raises money to keep North Carolina’s youth in schools, a key to our state’s future success. Even during this economic downturn, education is a priority that requires funding.”
About Natalie Perkins:
Natalie Perkins is the president of Clean Design, Inc., a design agency specializing in uncovering the insights and ideas that reveal a company’s brand truth. Since joining Clean Design in 2007, Perkins has led reorganizational efforts to build upon the agency’s foundation of success. These efforts have created a 20 percent growth in new client business, staff expansions and improved client relationships. A graduate of University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Perkins is a longtime board member of the UNC-Greensboro Bryan School of Business, where she chaired the marketing committee that created a campaign for launching the part-time MBA program that is still in use today. She also served on the board of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce. Engaged in nonprofit work, Perkins is involved with Communities In Schools, an organization committed to helping kids stay in school. Previously, she served on the executive leadership team for the Triangle Go Red for Women Luncheon, in addition to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Habitat for Humanity.
About Clean Design, Inc.:
Clean Design, Inc. is a design agency specializing in uncovering the insights and ideas that reveal a company’s brand truth. The agency works with some of the world’s most recognized brands including John Deere, IBM, Lenovo and Progress Energy. Clean Design provides high-quality graphic design, advertising, environmental design, interactive design, identity and packaging. The agency is committed to staying true to its purpose: to design anything better. Most recently, Clean Design was recognized by Neenah Paper as a Silver award winner in the text and cover category for their work on the 2007 SAS Global Forum collateral design. Clean Design is the largest design agency in the Triangle. For more information, please visit www.cleandesign.com.
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