You probably know that here at Kicks, we can whip up a killer website like nobody’s business. But every once in a while we get the “I didn’t know you guys did THAT, too” comment, and it’s usually about the little things that tie a marketing project together.
So yeah, we do business cards — but that’s just scratching the surface. We do all sorts of print media, from brochures and handouts to packaging and convention banners, too.
Between Summer’s knack for logos and all-around design and Josh’s tastes for the finer things in life, Kicks has knocked out some killer print pieces over the years. Check ‘em out below, and holler when you need a hand with your next print project.
Lady Liberty is turning 247 years young this month, and the Kicks crew is prepping for the birthday bash. Here are our hottest tips from Fourths of July past, for your Fourth of July present.
Matt — Check out the fireworks in Lawrence at Fort Ben. I haven’t been in a while, but when I was a kid it was a great place to watch fireworks if you couldn’t get downtown. After doing a bit of research it looks like it’s grown substantially.
Josh — First, move far into the country, so far that you don’t have neighbors for miles and their obnoxious fireworks don’t keep you up into the wee morning hours. Aside from that, visit Moody’s Butcher Shop and grab some brisket and brats, enough for the crew and three days following for tacos, chili, and other creative recipes. If you have dogs, be sure to safeguard them against the stress of the booms and bangs of the fireworks. A stress blanket, a quiet room, or keep them in close contact with you to help them weather the storm. Remember, dogs are friends, not food.
Chris — If you want to see the downtown fireworks but don’t want to deal with traffic, set up a lawn chair by Virginia Ave down in Fountain Square. You’ll get a clear view and you’ll be right next to some great restaurants for a bite to eat afterwards.
Summer — Have a barbecue the weekend before with all of the staples – we’re talking grilled meats, homemade potato salad, watermelon, beer, the works. Then on that fateful Tuesday night, channel your inner hermit and throw on some headphones. Grab your vice of choice, hold your pet close, and hunker down for the loudest night of the year.
Free indoor running track, every Mon–Sat — Want to take a jog, but can’t stand the heat? The Broad Ripple Park Family Center’s indoor track is free to use, and is open six days a week. No membership required.
July 4 — The stars and stripes: name a more gallant duo. We’ll wait.
Indiana State Fair, July 28 – Aug 20 — Holy moly, is it already State Fair time? We can’t wait to see what kind of culinary horrors are waiting for us this year.
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