Don’t know if you caught it in the news this morning, but yesterday the Kentucky Derby Festival unveiled their official poster for “Thunder Over Louisville – 2008”. It’s big news to us because it’s the 3rd consecutive year that CurrentMarketing has had the privilege of designing it. Fellow creative and resident “poster-boy” Donovan Sears did a great job capturing the excitement of the uber-spectacular airshow and fireworks extravaganza in a convenient poster-sized snapshot. If the thought of a Stealth B-2 bomber flying at you doesn’t get you all warm and tingly, then maybe the fact that the poster glows in the dark will.
On a fairly unrelated note, for those of you that may be training for the miniMarathon you can get a great training schedule here.
I’ve used it the past couple of years and I always felt ready come race day. And since I’m on a running tangent, another great site is MapMyRun.com.
You can accurately plot your course without leaving the house (thanks to the ever-growing wonders of Google maps). It shows you course elevation, it can even calculate your pace and give you an idea of calories burnt – if you’re into that kind of thing.
With few exceptions, companies today depend on their website as their initial, and often only, point of contact with their customers. Even businesses like restaurants that rely