Some exciting news to report!
Reaxion Graphics was profiled in the Saturday, May 30, 2009 Brandon Sun. The column is called “Attention Shoppers” and is penned by reporter Colleen Cosgrove who “writes a column each week about the local business scene, focusing on the retail sector”.
I must say the Reaxion Graphics blurb turned out great without glaring errors (not like a blog you can go back and rewrite! 🙂 Of course you can’t put your life story in 200 words (I tried), but I’m happy to say the message I’m trying to get to my local customers was delivered.
Below is my section of the column! I’m publishing it here since (a) it’s 12:07am and yesterday’s news, (b) it’s easier to do something and apologize later, and (c) I hope my second paragraph gave the proper props, but if that isn’t enough, I encourage anyone (especially small businesses) to go to www.brandonsun.com or email email@example.com to send your information for YOUR profile! It’s excellent press and FREE. You can’t pass an opportunity like that up in small business, more on your advertising dollar in the future!
Here it is – hope the “web borrowed content gods” are in my favour!:
Reaxion Graphics – by Colleen Cosgrove, The Brandon Sun
Brandon’s newest web and print design company, Reaxion Graphics, has been quietly creating some of the region’s most eye-catching websites and print promotions for just over a year now.
Located at the entrance of The Town Centre parkade at 153 Eighth St., Reaxion (pronounced like reaction) is the brainchild of Neepawa native Scott Kasprick.
Kasprick got his start in the print industry at the Neepawa Press, and after a decade of bouncing around Manitoba, Kasrpick said he was glad to find a reason to set up shop in Brandon.
“I recognized Brandon as having a huge hole in the design market, especially when it came to the availability of contemporary experience and choice – primarily in the area of Internet design and marketing,” Kasprick said. “I knew the advantage of coming to a market that generally loses experienced designers to larger markets was a vacuum waiting to be filled.”
Thanks to his rural upbringing, Kasprick says his forte is his ability to identify with the local mindset.
“My goal is to exeed (my client’s) expectation by delivering results expected from firms in the big city to big companies,” he said. “I try to exceed the rural ‘good enough’ trap we sometimes expect. Everyone is good enough to deserve more.”
Although Reaxion’s focus is on raising the bar for marketing and web design and web hosting in Westman, Kasprick has clients across the country and says his “can-do” company knows no boundaries when it comes to wowing a crowd.
See how Reaxion can wow by emailing Kasprick at Scott@ReaxionGraphics.com.
Scott Kasprick is a graphic designer in Brandon, Manitoba and owns and operates Reaxion Graphics while helping his wife raise three lively daughters!