Bringing the Big Apple Brand to Life

Branding for Big Apple Food Stores

Big Apple is family-owned convenience store chain with 70+ stores across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. In 2015, the company was experiencing a lack of brand awareness and a decline in fuel sales due to low gasoline prices. That summer they partnered with Vreeland to help raise their brand profile and drive in-store sales to offset fuel losses.

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Treasured Results

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Big Apple Food Stores partnered with Vreeland to promote their rewards program with a primary goal to build brand awareness and membership amongst millennials. We targeted on-the-go 18-34 year olds through a six-week radio, social, in-store and promotions campaign.

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Start Smart. Finish Strong.

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Southern Maine Community College (SMCC) recently launched a new marketing campaign with an eye to Fall enrollment that highlights unique facts about SMCC to help prospective students make SMCC their smart college choice.

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The Legend is True

Rewards program campaign for Big Apple Food Stores

Vreeland gives new meaning to pirate radio with a swashbuckling spot for C.N. Brown’s Big Apple Rewards Program. The campaign features a clueless buccaneer, his gabby parrot, and a savvy Big Apple Rewards customer who helps them find the best rewards program around.

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A Very Good Year

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2013 was a good year for Vreeland clients like: Mechanical Services, which made entries into new markets with a compelling Vreeland-designed proposal; and Rancourt & Co, whose website features a new shoe customization tool developed by Vreeland.

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Energy Efficient Apps?

multi-channel communications program for energy

Efficiency Maine wanted consumers to really think about how much their old appliances are costing and how ENERGY STAR® appliances could help them save, year after year. Vreeland launched a multi-channel communications program to educate Mainers on potential savings.

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