Our Sales, Design and Production Teams at PIP Triad had the pleasure of working with Adele Newman, a local entrepreneur. Outside of her day job, Adele stays busy at home making homemade marinara sauce from scratch. She shops for the fresh ingredients, preps, cooks and cans, filling as many mason jars as she can each day… all on her own!
The family recipe originated in Verona, Italy by her grandmother, Nonna Adele. Spending her spare time setting up a small table here and there, mostly at Southern States stores in the county, Adele’s tomato sauce quickly became a hit amongst local shoppers. Nonna Adele’s Marinara Sauce was just recently approved by the FDA and Southern States has offered to put it on there shelves.
Excited about her growing sauce business, Adele reached out to PIP Triad to help her design and produce her first sauce labels.
Complete with a list of ingredients, storage instructions, nutrition facts, barcode and the heart-warming story behind the recipe, our team worked with Adele to create identical labels to fit 32oz. and 16oz. jars.
Ecstatic about the finished product, Adele shared some with our staff – Nonna Adele’s Marinara Sauce is to die for! We are so happy for Adele and look forward to continue helping her new business grow.
REfreshing minds, REfreshing efforts, REfreshing look…
PIP Triad has worked closely with the Alamance County Arts Council for many years.
Providing print materials and marketing services for the annual Low Country Bash to nationally recognized exhibits like the recent Art of the Brick that the council hosted this past fall of 2013 in the Captain White House in Graham, North Carolina.
The Alamance County Arts Council has done numerous things for its community over the decades, including a brand new Children’s Museum.
Over the past year, the Arts Council has been developing a new logo in hopes that rebranding themselves will speak to a more diverse, younger crowd and better portray it’s committment to the community of Alamance County.
This past week, at the annual committee meeting, the Alamance Arts Council revealed their new brand to the public.
The new logo was unveiled using a magnetic puzzle piece board we printed in house; Members of the Arts Council were handed magnets and called one by one to place their pieces on the board, building the audience’s anticipation of how the new logo would appear.
We also produced various signs and banners that were displayed throughout the event – some were even carried around by committee members wearing backpacks that held the small banners!
The new logo will soon be displayed on banners and a new sign in front of the Captain White House at 213 S. Main St., Graham.
PIP Triad is thrilled to once again be a part of something so important to our local community. We are excited for the Alamance County Arts Council’s refreshed look and the attention, inspiration and involvement it will generate!
Over the past year, our PIP Triad production team has really learned a lot about designing, producing and installing cling wrap and decal materials… with an obvious focus on vehicles. Now that vehicle wraps and window clings have become a piece of cake for our team, GE General Electric gave us a new challenge.
The GE Mebane office heavily promotes the safety and well-being of their employees through various signage and printed handouts. Over the past week, PIP Triad took on the task of wrapping a series of scoreboards for GE to display throughout their facility. These are full electronic displays that keep track of the number of days their manufacturing warehouse has made it without any risk or injury. We covered the entire front and side edges in our self-adhesive vinyl wrap material.
We think they turned out pretty well! Who know’s what we’ll wrap next!
Burlington, NC, June 6, 2014 – PIP Printing and Marketing Services located in Burlington, NC was recently recognized by Quick Printing Magazine as one of the top 100 highest producing printing companies in North America. The list is published annually and ranks companies by sales, growth, sales per location and productivity per employee. This year PIP Triad moved up in rankings to number 76!
PIP Triad, owned and operated by Jimmy and Judy Brumley, has been an award-winning industry leader since establishing the business in 1983. With three divisions (PIP Printing, PIP Signs Banners Posters, and Growth Marketing) PIP Triad is a one-stop location for business growth tools and strategies.
Jimmy Brumley states, “Our dedicated staff and their commitment to exceeding our customers’ expectations makes recognition of this type possible. We help our customers communicate with their prospects and customers more effectively.” PIP Triad serves all Triad businesses and has locations in Burlington and Greensboro.
Did you know that PIP Triad is the one stop source for all your signage needs in Alamance County?
Banners, yard signs, vehicle wraps plus window-wall-and floor graphics.
Take advantage of our summer special! Simply send us a photo from a special event such as a wedding, graduation, or vacation picture and PIP Triad will transform it into a full color 18 X 24 inch gallery wrapped canvas for only $99!
Visit us at piptriadsigns.com or stop by 825 S. Main Street, Burlington to place your order today!
In late April Coach Horton from McMichael High School in Mayodan, NC reached out to PIP Triad. He was working alongside with the principal Mrs. Jones, the yearbook department, and the senior class of 2014 to bring a new look and new life to the high school and to improve the look of the campus.
Earlier in the year the school had put up a new digital marquee along Highway 135, that promoted upcoming activities on campus. Now, it was time to bring new life to the physical building. Coach Horton and his team brought an idea to PIP Triad! Working with Marketing Director, Jessica Byerly and Customer Services Representatives Greg Mullis and Karen Lee Nix a plan quickly went into motion!
The Rockingham County school has huge windows and doors that host as the main entry point of the school. The windows had a dark tint trimmed in dark green, made for a not so inviting entrance. The plan was to have the windows become the focal point of the high school and use the space to promote the outstanding student life!
The end result we feel here at PIP Triad is pretty outstanding! Take a look!
The Principal Mrs. Leigh Jones was offsite during the installation process and arrived just as PIP Triad Finished the last piece! She immediately started tweeting!
Senior Casey Blackard was featured in one of the windows and came down for quick look before heading to her internship!