Shopping Center Graphic Design Packages

Take Your Marketing Wish List from "To Do" to "Ta-da!"

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Dear Shopping Center Marketing Professional,

Yes, there has been significant transformation in the retail landscape over the past decade. Shopping centers have faced myriad challenges, from the rise of online shopping, to the unforeseen disruptions brought about by the pandemic, and now an uprise in shoplifting. These challenges have reshaped the way people shop and interact with physical retail spaces.

However, it's important to acknowledge the resilience and adaptability of the shopping center industry. Many developers have recognized the shifting dynamics of consumer behavior and have responded by redefining their business models. They are creating more experiential, community-oriented spaces that offer not just products, but also services and entertainment.

These modern shopping centers are designed to be hubs where people can not only shop but also engage in various activities, dine in diverse restaurants, attend events, and participate in community programs. By integrating technology, offering unique experiences, and fostering a sense of community, these centers are aiming to provide something that online shopping can't replicate.

And shopping centers developers continue to be crucial corporate leaders. When these centers invest in the local community by supporting schools, nonprofits, and other organizations, they contribute significantly to the overall well-being of the area. This kind of corporate social responsibility fosters a positive relationship between the shopping centers and the communities they serve.

The shopping center industry is undergoing a transformation, adapting to the changing needs and desires of consumers while also embracing their role as community pillars. This evolution demonstrates the industry's ability to innovate and find new ways to thrive in the face of challenges, ensuring that these centers continue to be integral parts of our communities.

We admire and respect your commitment and are proud to help bring your vision to reality.

Stephanie Kroll

Reach out to me for expert, affordable, quality marketing pieces to drive traffic and sales for your shopping center's events and promotions. As soon as you have the basic facts (who, what, when, where, why), let's start preparing the marketing materials.

Includes

  • 2 Initial branding concepts (usually developed as the event flyer)
  • 1 Round of edits to chosen design
  • Marketing pieces requested from the "Marketing Asset Wish List," which will be provided to you when you place an order
  • 1 Round of edits on additional marketing pieces
  • Final art delivered electronically in the appropriate file formats (PDF for print; JPEG & PNG for screens). I can also take care of printing your jobs.

Cost

  • #1: $693.50 / 5 marketing pieces
  • #2: $1007 / 10 marketing pieces
  • #3: $1320.50 / 15 marketing pieces
  • #4: $1630 / 20 marketing pieces

Schedule

  • Approximately 1-2 weeks.
  • Need it faster? Let's do it!

Process

Step 1

Inspired writing requires thoughtful input. I’ll give you a creative brief to complete then we'll chat.

Step 2

I’ll provide 2 initial brand concepts for draft #1 of the event flyer.

Step 3

I’ll incorporate your feedback into the selected concept and send draft #2.

Step 4

I’ll incorporate your feedback into the final flyer, create the companion pieces, and send them to you for final approval.

Step 5

The approved marketing pieces will be sent to press and/or final files will be provided to you.

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Need to have it printed?

I’ll send you an estimate based on your quantity, budget, and goal in-hand date.

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Fill out the form and tell me what you need.

Quick Links

NEW Mailing Address:
5118 Contour Pl
Houston, TX 77096

Phone:
(713) 825-2432

Email:
stephanie@krolltomas.com