As a veteran of the print and marketing industry, Stephanie Hopkins-Martin—account manager at Magna IV—understands the importance of branding. She’s seen first hand how companies can successfully craft an image that will leave a lasting impression among current and prospective customers. Whether it’s through new building signs, vehicle wraps or vinyl wall clings, Stephanie has become a critical resource for Magna IV clients who are looking to refresh their images.
Consider Staley Electric as an example. Currently, Staley Electric comes to Magna IV for all of its embroidery needs. After expressing interest in updating its office building’s front entrance signs, Stephanie encouraged Staley Electric to take advantage of Magna IV’s signage capabilities, including acrylic signs. Once she received the go-ahead from Staley Electric, Stephanie and the Magna IV team went to work. They measured different areas of the office building and provided multiple suggestions for how Staley Electric could approach the signs. They even brought in Magna IV’s graphic designers to assist in the creative. Throughout the process, Stephanie worked closely with Staley Electric to ensure it received the best product and the best price. Since the acrylic signs were installed, Staley Electric has received glowing reviews from its customers.
In fact, because of Stephanie’s work on Staley Electric’s signs, it has encouraged other businesses and organizations to use Magna IV, too. When the Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC) needed a new interchangeable front entrance sign, it immediately called Stephanie. Once Stephanie successfully completed that project, she helped the AEDC revamp its break room with new vinyl wall clings to create a fresh, modern look. Stephanie has also worked on smaller rebranding projects with clients like Flake & Kelley Commercial. When Flake & Kelley wanted a new image around town, Stephanie changed the signs’ font, logo and colors to quickly and easily revitalize its look.
Stephanie is always on the lookout for ways her clients can build their brands and attract new customers. If you need help with a rebranding project, contact Stephanie Hopkins-Martin at 501-376-2397.