Open RFQ – Central District Health Marketing & Advertising

Central District Health is requesting quotes for a marketing and advertising plan to increase awareness of CDH programs and services throughout the four counties we serve and to increase the agency’s clinic client base.

Full RFQ details are available in the documents below.

Deadline to respond is Friday, December 6th at 5:00 p.m. MST.

Central District Health RFQ

RFQ Q&A

Central District Health Brand Platform & Guidelines

People on the move

Catching up on recent (and possibly not so recent) new hires and promotions.

Foerstel shared – via Instagram – that they’ve added Abbi Page to their team as their newest Art Director.

We also got word that Max White has been promoted to Creative Director and Jessica Holmes to Associate Creative Director over at CLM, following the departure of John Liebenthal earlier this year. Separately, they’ve also added Morgan Weber to their team as a Digital Designer.

People on the move

Quinn Husney recently joined Drake Cooper as an Account Coordinator after spending the summer in their Backstage Pass internship program.

Also at Drake Cooper, Olivia Gonzalez joined their team as an Account Supervisor, following her move to Boise from New York City, where she spent time at Huge and TBWA\Chiat\Day NY.

Brandon Stoker joined Stoltz Marketing Group as an Art Director, following a two-year stint with Oliver Russell.

More recently at Stoltz, Tracy Hitchcock was added as Director of Business Development, following her time as CEO of Create Common Good, and with the J.R. Simplot Company prior to that.

In September, DaviesMoore added Adam Rosenlund to their team as their new Associate Creative Director.

Erick Gutierrez joined SOVRN as a Project Manager earlier this month, accordingly to an update on LinkedIn, after a year as an Account Coordinator with Stoltz Marketing Group.

Open RFP – Logo and Brand Style Guide, City of Pocatello

The City of Pocatello recently issued an RFP for the design of a logo and accompanying brand style guide for the City. From the RFP introduction:

The City of Pocatello is requesting proposals for a logo and an associated brand style guide. The organization that is selected will be asked to work in collaboration with the City of Pocatello Public Information Officer and Mayor’s Office.

The City of Pocatello is funded by taxpayers and as such, the City is committed to the most efficient use of those dollars. The proposed contract period for services is from the date of City Council approval through February 28, 2020.

The full contents of the RFP can be found here:

Note the deadline to respond is 2:00 p.m. MST, Wednesday, October 23rd. Questions regarding the RFP should be directed to City of Pocatello Public Information Officer Logan McDougall no later than 5:00 p.m. MST, Friday, October 18th.