Feb. 20, 2014. Award-winning brand agency, Clean Design, is adding a haven in North Carolina’s High Country to its repertoire of tourism clients after being selected as agency of record for Watauga County Tourism Development Authority. Chosen over 30 other bidding agencies, Clean Design will provide expertise in the planning and implementation of the overall strategy, brand positioning, campaign development and media strategy for Watauga County.
“We are thrilled to team up with Clean Design as we revamp our brand, while working to attract more visitors and create new buzz about this wonderful area,” said Wright Tilley, Executive Director, Boone and Watauga County TDAs.
“We were very impressed with Clean Design’s depth of experience in the tourism industry, as well as their genuine enthusiasm for the work they do. We are thrilled to be kicking off 2014 with this promising new partnership.”
Clean Design currently works with other North Carolina destinations such as Chapel Hill/Orange County, Wilmington as well as Wrightsville, Carolina and Kure Beaches. The agency also counts among its clients attractions such as the North Carolina Museum of Art and Carolina Ballet.
“We love our state and all it has to offer,” said Clean Design CEO Natalie Perkins.”
“We are honored to have this opportunity to work with Watauga County to help show travelers around the state and throughout the country what a beautiful area it is and all it has to offer.”
To learn more about the Watauga County Tourism Development Authority visit www.exploreboonearea.com.
Clean Design is an award-winning brand agency with a diverse client roster featuring prominent brands such as Red Hat, Lenovo, Duke Raleigh Hospital, UNC Kenan-Flagler and Lonerider. Ranked the No. 1 design firm in the Triangle, the agency offers a full array of marketing services including branding, digital marketing, advertising, graphic design, media planning, PR and content. A woman-owned business, Clean Design has been awarded certification as Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) by the State of North Carolina. For more information, please visit cleandesign.com.