Brookeville, MD, January 27, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Montgomery County graphic design firm, Quinter Design, www.QuinterDesign.com, is among the top businesses and organizations in Maryland, according to The Gazette of Politics and Business.
In its fifth year, The Gazette’s program honors the top 53 businesses and organizations based on noteworthy innovations in service, community outreach and positive workplace environment. Quinter Design is ranked No. 21 on the list; the rankings were announced at a recent awards ceremony.
“Wow, we are thrilled, surprised, proud and humbled to know our work and company are so highly regarded,” says Robyn Quinter, President and Founder. “Quinter Design is a small, family-run business that creates big results. We say we’re on a mission to rid the world of unattractive and ineffective marketing materials, and it’s great to know we’re among the ‘cream of the crop.’ This acknowledgment from the business community and The Gazette is really special.”
The P&B Exceptional 53 also included Quinter Design clients: Kendall Capital, Manna Food Center and Olney Theatre Center. “We are in good company,” says Quinter. “For several years, our firm has helped clients compile top notch applications for the Gazette’s competition, and every one of those clients has been honored.”
For nearly 20 years, Brookeville-based Quinter Design has offered three core services to companies of all sizes, non-profit organizations and government agencies: 1) innovative, creative graphic design for print and web; 2) on-target publicity services and media relations; and 3) custom design and production of trade show displays, posters, banners and large format printed projects.
Quinter Design was recognized for its innovative ideas to generate growth despite the lean economic times of the past three years. The firm expanded its publicity services, refined its promotional materials, and cross-marketed its three core services in Bundles of [Promotional] Joy, combining publicity services, custom-designed trade show display items and companion printed materials at prices significantly lower than purchasing the same materials and services individually
The firm’s commitment to pro bono service and volunteer work also was cited by The Gazette. Several area non-profit organizations have benefited from the firm’s generosity, including Manna Food Center, the Olney Farmers Market and Threshold Services. Robyn and John co-chair the Olney Chamber of Commerce’s annual signature event, Community Night, a business showcase attracting 3,000+ attendees. Robyn serves as President of the Board of MCF (Maryland Coalition of Families for Children’s Mental Health), a statewide advocacy group, and John serves on the Board of Directors of Montgomery Alliance for Community Giving.
“To make the 53 list is a great accomplishment,” says Trina Lapier, Publisher of The Gazette of Politics and Business. “This year’s list features Maryland companies that have had success in a wide variety of fields, and each company deserved recognition of its accomplishments.” Quinter Design is among the Exceptional 53 profiled in a special section of the Oct. 26 edition.
Read by more than 20,000 business and political professionals, The Gazette of Politics and Business is part of the Community Newspaper Group of Post-Newsweek Media, Inc. Its weekly newspapers have been published in the Maryland suburbs for more than 50 years and are recognized leaders in providing local news and community resources.
For more information on Quinter Design, call 301-924-4654 or visit www.quinterdesign.com