by Lisa Sisley on March 11, 2020
Hey, cities, counties, school districts and state agencies!
You know all those hoops you have to jump through to engage with a vendor? Specifically, researching, writing and sending out RFPs? Well, if you need marketing or advertising services, your life just got much easier. You can skip the RFP hoop and go straight to getting things done.
For the second time in a row, New Boston has been awarded a five-year, statewide, mandatory contract to perform marketing and advertising services for any governmental entity, contract #47888.
This means that you can simply call or email us, we’ll set up a meeting to talk through your situation, and then we’ll give you a proposal with our ideas for how we can help. No long, drawn-out process to simply get going. We’ll jump right in.
When you contact us, we’ll want to know what’s going on in your community or agency. Why are you looking for a new logo, a digital outreach campaign, a community engagement project, some new billboards, or a whole host of other things? What opportunities do you have? What challenges are you facing? How do you see us contributing?
You’ll find that you’ll have a lot of opportunities to provide background, insight and input when you engage with New Boston. We’re not one of those companies that get a signed contract and then disappear. We find the most successful efforts come when there’s a lot of talking and listening. It may well be that we can come up with some ideas and strategies that haven’t occurred to you. After all, that’s what we do!
We will always honor your budget and will find ways to stretch it as far and as efficiently as it will go. We’ve worked with a lot of communities and we know you’re accountable to your citizens. We also know the best ways to reach different constituencies, for different purposes.
Since we’ve already been approved by the State of Kansas, you can be assured about the high quality of our work and proven track record. We’re a solid, 14-person company and we’ve helped businesses, organizations and governments in over 50 communities across our state.
There is always a way to accomplish your goal—let’s talk soon about how we can be of service to your city, county, school district or agency!