Evolve Rebrands Edmund Rice College
Edmund Rice College, located at Hightown Road in Glengormley, will become
co-educational in September 2017.
To prepare for this new beginning, the college commissioned Evolve to design a new school logo in tandem with a new school uniform colour scheme, and to put together a PR campaign to highlight the Schools Open Night sessions with a particular emphasis on attracting prospective new female students to the Open Night.
We held a professional photo shoot with two boys and two girls to use for billboard designs, leaflets and newspaper adverts.
We also worked very closely with the school Principal and key staff to progress the new School logo.
Billboards were booked in the catchment area and a leaflet drop was organized also by Evolve.
In effect, a complete service from start to finish which Edmund Rice College were very happy with and which we were delighted to be involved with.
Prime Grade A office space has become available at one of Belfast’s premier office buildings, Adelaide Exchange.
The Belfast Celtic Society museum at the Park Centre on the Donegall Road in Belfast was the venue on Thursday 5th October as Michael Pollock was reunited with a prized medal belonging to his grandfather Billy Pollock, former right-half for Belfast Celtic.
If you’re a Celtic fan, mark this date in your dairy – Saturday 2nd September.
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was a roaring success!
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