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Ranch Road Provides Free Design Services for Local Charity Event
Eco-Friendly digital printing company creates logo, branding material for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas event.
In support of the Trudy's Bowl for Kids, which aims to raise $175,000 for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas, Ranch Road has donated their design skills and created a logo and branding for the event. The annual bowl-a-thon, which will be held the weekend of Friday, February 28 - Sunday, March 2, 2014, will be held at Highland Lanes, 8909 Burnet Road.
"It's been a real privilege to work with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas the past few years. Our designers look forward to the Bowl for Kids corporate branding project each year," said Tanner Shepard, Co-Founder, Co-Owner of Ranch Road.
"Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking forward to embarking on our third decade of this fun-filled event, which helps support so many kids in our community," said Brent Fields, CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas. "The best part of Bowl For Kids is that it is so easy for anyone and everyone to contribute. Bowl For Kids is also the perfect vehicle for corporate philanthropy and team building. We're so grateful to supporters like Ranch Road who contribute their creative talents to this effort. Once again, they've donated their services to help us reach a larger audience through great design."
This isn't the first time Ranch Road has donated to the organization. Over the past several years, Ranch Road has provided branding campaign services and logo design for the event, which has raised millions of dollars for the children of Central Texas across the past 30 years.
"Mentoring can change the trajectory of a child's life," Fields stated. "The local support that comes from Trudy's Bowl for Kids ensures we can continue serving more than 1,000 kids each year - and put them on the path to lifelong success."
For individuals or teams interested in participating, registration is open at BowlForKidsAustin.org. Bowling times will be held in 2-hour slots between the following times on each day: Friday, 2/28: 3:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.; Saturday, 3/1: 1 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.; Sunday, 3/2: 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. The event is being sponsored by Trudy's, KVUE, 92.5 ESPN Deportes, 104.9 The Horn, Highland Lanes, and Ranch Road.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters:
Big Brothers Big Sisters serves more than 1,000 children in Travis, Williamson, Hays and Bell counties every day. For more than 40 years, we have matched children, ages 6-16, with supportive adult mentors who build friendships and offer encouragement and support to each child. The organization depends on donations to help recruit volunteers and reach more children. The Central Texas agency is ranked in the top five percent nationally for program quality. Most impressively, last year more than 99 percent of the children served by BBBS remained in school while 97 percent of them improved or maintained their grades.
About Ranch Road:
Ranch Road is an eco-friendly digital printing and marketing company based in Austin, TX that specializes in printing, branding, graphic design and promotional products. They were named one of the Fastest Growing Businesses in Central Texas by the Austin Business Journal. To learn more about Ranch Road, call them at (512) 719-9999 or email them at info@RanchRoad.com.
Champions to Cure Duchenne will be held Friday, April 29, 2011, at the University of Texas Golf Club, hosted by Texas football coach, Mack Brown, and wife, Sally Brown. The event is being held to raise donations and awareness for the organization CureDuchenne. CureDuchenne is committed to finding a cure, within the next ten years, for the devastating disease known as Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It is the most common form of muscular dystrophy, affecting 1 in 3,500 male births worldwide. Duchenne is a progressive disorder that causes muscles to weaken and eventually atrophy. To help with Champions to Cure Duchenne, Ranch Road created the logo for the event, sponsor packets, formal invitations, and RSVPS. Ranch Road is excited to donate their time and efforts in helping such a worthy cause, and hopes Champions to Cure Duchenne turns out to be a great success. For more information about this event, including ticket sales, refer to www.cureduchenne.org. Click on events and choose future events from the drop down menu.
Bowl for Kids benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas. This event will be held February 25, 26, and 27 at Highland Lanes. Ranch Road has donated their services by creating the logo for the occasion. The Trudy's sponsored affair has a prom theme this year. Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest, largest and most effective youth mentoring organization in the United States. To get more information about the event, please contact Kate Garrett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-807-3615.
Meals on Wheels and More (MOWAM) has a mission to “nourish and enrich the lives of the homebound and other people in need through programs that promote dignity and independent living” Ranch Road has donated it's time to Meals on Wheels and More for the past year and a half, and looks forward to serving Meals on Wheels clients in 2011. Once a week two Ranch Hands deliver meals to MOWAM clients. Ranch Road enjoys the hands on experience of giving back to citizens in the Austin Community.
The Busby Foundation Crawfish Boil is being aided by Ranch Road Design and Printing for the third year in a row donating graphic design and printing services to the event. The members of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and alumni club have thrown the fundraiser for the past seven years. The crawfish boil is a beer and “all you can eat” crawfish boil. All the proceeds from the event are going to the Busby foundation as they support Central Texas families affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis disease, also called Lou Gehrig's disease. This year, the event is being held at the Hills Café on April 30, 2011 from six p.m. until ten p.m. Wade Bowen, Brandon Jenkins, and Jonny Lee will be performing at this event. To get more information about the Busby Foundation, about the event, or to buy tickets, please email Chris Valentine at Valentine@busbyals.org.
The Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) is a network of business owners throughout 38 countries that allow entrepreneurs to learn and grow from each other. For the second year, Ranch Road co-owner, Tanner Shepard has been elected to serve as the communications chair of the Entrepreneurs' Organization for the Austin chapter. Tanner is excited to be a part of this organization. He feels the experience has been very beneficial, and has helped in leading to Ranch Road's success.
Ranch Road Creative Solutions was named one of the Fastest Growing
Business in Central Texas presented by Austin Business Journal.
May 3rd, 2010
Ranch Road gets involved with the local Austin community
Ranch Road Design and Printing, Inc. announces their involvement with quality organizations that make a difference.
AUSTIN, TX, May 3rd, 2010 - This friendly design company is making itself known to the community by getting involved with local organizations. By providing a unique array of creative solutions, Ranch Road is becoming not only one of the most sensible places to fulfill your marketing needs, but setting a new and better precedent for the design and marketing world.
Some of Ranch Road's recent and upcoming events include Trudy's Bowl for Kids' Sake, benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas, The American Heart Association's Heart Ball, Helping Hand Home for Children's Crystal Ball, Busby Foundation's Crawfish Boil, Austin Under 40, The RISE Conference, and Dealing for Duchenne Charity Casino Night.
- Trudy's Bowl for Kids' Sake, benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas was held February 26-28 at Highland Lanes Austin. Ranch Road donated the design for the event. This year's theme was "Rock Star".
- RISE Conference was held March 1-5 and debuted at the AT&T Conference Center. Ranch Road had a booth at the debut to kick off the event, and attended numerous conferences around Austin to gain experience from others' accomplishments. They also donated their services and served as a sponsor.
- The American Heart Association's Heart Ball was March 6 at The Long Center for Performing Arts. Ranch Road designed the event collateral under the "I Love Austin" concept. The save the date cards, invitations, programs, and RSVP cards were all designed and printed by Ranch Road, as well.
- Helping Hand Home's Crystal Ball was March 6 and was held at the Palmer Events Center. Ranch Road provided the event logo design and custom invitation look. In addition to the design, Ranch Road printed event collateral, including programs, invitations, and auction booklets, all while working with the client to provide the best service possible.
- Austin Under 40 was held March 6 at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center. Ranch Road offered their services while working closely with them to print and produce their signage and programs.
- The Busby Foundation's Crawfish Boil will be held April 16 at Stubb's BBQ. Ranch Road's involvement includes the logo design, sponsor package design and printing, t-shirt designs, poster design and printing, pre-event handbills design and printing, event flyers, and a variety of signage for the event. Ranch Road is also a lead sponsor of the event.
- Dealing for Duchenne Charity Casino Night will be held May 1 at the University of Texas Golf Club and hosted by Texas Football's first couple Sally and Mack Brown. The event is to raise awareness and money for CureDuchenne, an organization that helps find a cure for those affected by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. DMD is the most common and lethal genetic disorder for children. It causes young boys to experience progressive weakness as their muscle cells die and never regenerate. Ranch Road created the event logo, along with designing and producing the event collateral. These pieces range from e-blasts, to save the dates, to invitations and signage. Design services were donated to the event.
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April 29th, 2010
Statesman - Firm gives time, design services
Design firm's services on display for charity
Ranch Road Design & Printing Inc. donated a variety of marketing materials
to the Busby Foundation's Crawfish Boil on April 16 at Stubb's Bar-B-Q.
The Austin design company donated time and services in creating the
fundraising event's logo design, sponsor package design and printing,
T-shirt designs, poster design and printing, event handbill design and
printing, and additional signage for the event.
The event raised $80,000 for the Busby Foundation's support of Central Texas
families affected by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly referred to as
Lou Gehrig's disease.
Ranch Road also donated its design services to the Dealing for Duchenne
Charity Casino Night, to be held Saturday at the University of Texas Golf
Read the full article on Statesman.com
Ranch Road helps support The Texas 4000 with the annual gala printing.
Texas 4000 for Cancer is the world's longest annual Charity bike ride! Our mission is to fight cancer by sharing Hope, Knowledge and Charity across North America through a 4,500 mile bicycle ride from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska.
Ranch Road supports Junior Achievement of Central Texas by donating the race guides for the Austin Marathon Relay
The five person Relay Race benefits Junior Achievement — a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching children about financial literacy, entrepreneurship and workforce readiness. The event consists of five relay legs, run in the following order: 12K, 10K, 10K, 5K and 5K. This September’s race is the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself while having a blast with friends, family co-workers — even perfect strangers!
Ranch Road supports Lifeworks, a charity for homeless children, with a print donation.
Every year they hold an annual redecorating contest of the apartment of one of their clients.
Web site - http://www.lifeworksaustin.org
UT Center for Politics and Governance Chooses Ranch Road to Help Bring Change
Ranch Road has been chosen to rebuild the website for the University of Texas Center for Politics and Governance (CPG). The CPG’s ambitions are to reach beyond teaching students how to master the political arena, but to change it and make it work more effectively, in order to achieve better results. Areas of focus for the CPG are the effect of campaign politics on policy, the changing demographics of the American electorate, ethical leadership, and the role of the media and emerging technologies.
Ranch Road Chosen to Help Represent The Mandt System
Ranch Road has been chosen to rebuild the website for the The Mandt System. The Mandt System is a program designed to build healthy working relationships, provide a comprehensive training program to human services organizations, teach behavior management, and teach the appropriate use of physical intervention skills. The Mandt System has already been put in place in the U.S. and Canada.
Ranch Road Partners with Local Elementary School
Doss Business Sponsors
Doss Business Sponsors are partners and supporters of Doss Elementary School who have generously donated cash or in-kind donations in the amount of $500 or greater during the school year. We thank them and ask that you support our sponsors by using and promoting their services in our community whenever and wherever possible!
CCA Comes to Ranch Road for Creative
Ranch Road has been chosen to handle all creative work for the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) Austin, Texas Chapter. A non-profit organization comprised of 17 coastal state chapters spanning the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and Pacific coasts, CCA is considered the largest marine conservation group of its kind. This grassroots network has had a great impact on the local, state and national levels of coastal marine conservation and management. CCA’s goal to preserve marine resources for future generations makes it a natural partnership for Ranch Road.
Blue Skies for Ranch Road
AUSTIN, TX, - July 1, 2008 — Ranch Road Design and Printing, Inc. announced today that it is offsetting its carbon emissions with Carbonfund.org, one of the country's leading carbon offset organizations. Ranch Road, which leads the Austin printing industry with a business approach that emphasizes dedication to the environment and a proactive stance against global climate change, is offsetting 70 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions through Carbonfund.org.
Ranch Road Makes the Green Choice
Among the many environmentally conscious decisions Ranch Road makes everyday, this firm has signed on to Austin Energy’s GreenChoice Program . This service utilizes energy from clean and renewable resources. With 753 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) in subscriptions and growing, Austin Energy’s GreenChoice is the nation’s most successful utility-sponsored green energy program.
Ranch Road Teams Up to Extend Reach of “The Children’s War”
Ranch Road has joined the likes of GSD&M’s IdeaCity, 501 Post and Charlie Uniform Tango in support of the “The Children’s War.” A feature film shot in Uganda, this project aims to shed light on one of the most ignored conflicts that Africa has ever seen. Filmmaker Andy Krakower tells the story of the Alcholi people’s everyday struggle. A struggle that includes an ongoing war, the constant fear of child abduction, and an environment of poverty, hunger and rampant aids infection.
Ranch Road Helps Support The SIMS Foundation
The SIMS Foundation has found an ally in Ranch Road, for their 2nd Annual Texas Wine and Song Festival. This event is a major fundraiser for the Sims Foundation, an organization dedicated to the aid of local musicians overcoming mental health and substance abuse issues. The event will feature food prepared by some of Austin’s premier eateries, a number of local wines and spirits, and musical performances by Suzanne Choffel, Carolyn Wonderland and The Gourds.
Ranch Road helps Howdy Honda Lasso New Business
Howdy Honda has come to Ranch Road for a new direct mail campaign. The new postcard series is just in time for the holidays and features some great promotional offers that customers are sure to value.
The City Community Church Finds an Identity at Ranch Road
When The City Community Church decided to open their doors, the goal was to reach a different type of church goer. This contemporary church wanted to reach out to the young people in the Hyde Park neighborhood surrounding them, so when it came to the branding, Ranch Road avoided all conventional church marketing. With a package that included rave cards, door hangers, signage and web, and design reminiscent of a rock concert, Ranch Road brought life to The City.
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