B Plus C Communications capabilities

B Plus C Communications

How do you set yourself apart in a crowded field? At B Plus C Communications, we wrestled with that question until the day we realized that a cat’s successful bids for attention achieved the same results as a successful marketing campaign. Solution to the capabilities brochure problem: Showcase the cat and tell his authentic story. … Continued …

Tomorrow’s Canopy campaign

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

The emerald ash borer first reached the United States in the 1990s, stowing away in wooden shipping crates bound for Michigan from China. In the insect’s native habitat, many trees display natural immunity to it, but in the U.S., thousands fall prey to its devastating effects every year. At historic Crown Hill Cemetery, this invasive … Continued …

Uneeda Audio

Uneeda Audio

An audio electronics guru wanted a logo for his consulting business, named after an old-school cookie product. B Plus C Communications created a design that plays off the fact that the same letter ends the first and begins the second word of the name. The look also captures the two-sided nature of our client’s business, … Continued …

On Your Level Youth Project

On Your Level Youth Project

Through media, multimedia, and in-person experiences aimed at teen audiences, On Your Level Youth Project promotes communication and understanding in a diverse world. B Plus C Communications created a logo that symbolizes the not-for-profit group’s message of bridging gaps among genders, races, and belief systems.

Annual Appeal cards

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

The third-largest non-governmental cemetery in the United States occupies 555 acres in the heart of Indianapolis. Founded in 1863 as a not-for-profit institution, Crown Hill Cemetery relies on its Heritage Foundation, also not for profit, to preserve and restore the historic treasures on its grounds. The Heritage Foundation calls on B Plus C Communications for … Continued …

Master Plan outreach

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

Crown Hill Cemetery embarked on a Master Plan to support this historic not-for-profit institution’s restoration, preservation, and community-partnership needs. Following up on the opportunities and challenges of this document, the Crown Hill Heritage Foundation used direct mail to reach its donor audience with a message about the cemetery’s origins. Titled “From Strawberry Hill to Crown … Continued …

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

One of the most famous memorials within the 555 acres of Crown Hill Cemetery, the third-largest non-governmental cemetery in the U.S., honors Mary Ella McGinnis, who died on August 6, 1875, at the age of six. If you stand in just the right spot at the right time of day, her statue appears to return … Continued …