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Oceanside, NY (PRWEB) December 26, 2012
While many companies resumed normalcy, some businesses suffered and are still struggling. Residents are left wondering if neighborhood stores have reopened or if they will ever return. KJN Arts Inc. a Long Island graphic design firm wants to help local communities rebuild and get noticed again. They will be donating 10% of all proceeds to the victims of Sandy.
The creative team at KJN Arts Inc. will help your business get rediscovered through direct mail, flyers, newsletters, brochures, business cards, letterhead, signs and banners, tradeshow graphics, social media and of course website design. Businesses need to make neighborhoods aware that they are back and better than ever, explained Kimberly Newman, President and Chief Creative Officer of KJN Arts Inc.
As the world around us advances so have the skills of KJN Arts Inc. They have years of experience helping companies establish their corporate identity with everything from new logos to entire websites with full Social Media interactions. Our new logo, website and stationery helped my company reinvent itself and increase sales. said Raymond Lichtman, President of Outsource Marketing Associates, Inc.
KJN Arts Inc. is located in Oceanside, New York. The President and Chief Creative Officer, Kimberly Newman has over 12 years of experience in marketing and graphic design. KJN Arts Inc. provides superior website design, graphic design and marketing services.
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