South Tahoe Refuse is a local waste management company that is committed to providing high-quality services to the community. Recently, they approached Tahoe Production House to help them promote their new app which helps people learn more about their pick-up days and what they can recycle.
Our team was excited to take on this project and develop a banner, flyer, and social media graphics to advertise the new app. We started the project by meeting with the South Tahoe Refuse team to discuss their vision and goals for the project. We wanted to ensure that we captured their message and delivered a design that was not only visually appealing but also effective in conveying their message to the community.
We began by designing a banner that would be displayed on their website, featuring the app’s icon and key information. We also created a flyer to be distributed throughout the community to encourage people to download the app. We kept the design clean and simple, using bold fonts and colors that would catch the viewer’s attention. The social media graphics were also designed to be consistent with the banner and flyer, using similar colors and fonts.
The design process was collaborative, with multiple rounds of revisions to ensure that the final products met South Tahoe Refuse’s expectations. We were pleased with the final design, and so was the client.
Overall, this project was a great success, and we are proud of the work we did to help promote the new app. The banner, flyer, and social media graphics have been well-received by the community and have helped spread the word about South Tahoe Refuse’s commitment to sustainability and waste management. We look forward to working with South Tahoe Refuse on future projects and continuing to help them achieve their goals.
South Tahoe Refuse & Recycling Co. Inc was founded in 1962 by Achille “Til” Marchini, John Marchini, and Roger Tillman when they purchased Serve-U- Garbage from Guido Ponti. One year later Bennie Ratto became a partner to help move the company forward since he and Til worked together in Mill Valley CA. The ownership changed again in 1967 when Carol Sesser bought out Roger Tillman to work with her family. In 1971 South Tahoe Refuse built one of the first transfer stations in California and the first bi-state transfer station on the west coast.