Welcome to RED, Inc. Communications.
RED, Inc. Communications (RED, Inc.) is a women-owned small business (WOSB) and economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB). We provide business support services, complete media consulting, strategic planning, branding, web publishing and development, graphic design, and technical publications support services to clients in both the government and private sectors. The company was formed in 1993 and has grown to provide award-winning creative and communications services nationwide. For samples of past and current RED, Inc. projects, go to our portfolio section, and when you're ready for assistance with your communications or publication needs, we hope you'll contact us.
Linda Keele - Owner/Manager
"We have a partner presentation coming up with Bergstrom and MCI at the end of the month where we are getting an award for our No-Idle bus system. Bergstrom sent me their part of the slide deck that they will be speaking to so that we could clean it up and insert our data and put it through our STIMS process for release.
I thought you might like to know that one of the slides that they included had a photograph of the No Idle HVAC poster that you made for us for Earth day last year. They loved it when they saw it at the media release event last fall (we actually use it quite a bit).
Just a little 'boost' for your Monday, since it's obvious that your work made quite an impression and is still doing a VERY good job! They loved the poster so much that they wanted to use it again, for the American Bus Association presentation. This is a pretty big deal in our world, and you should be pretty proud of your work. I know that we are! I think we may end up using it in a presentation to FedFleet in DC, as well! Great Job, and Thank You so much! We look forward to working with you again soon!"
"I wanted to tell you how much I appreciated RED, Inc. employees Scott and Daniel in completing this year's MeV Summer School Student Book. We had a very tight turnaround in the preparation of the book before forwarding to ORNL to print.
Both Scott and Daniel were exceptional in their willingness to work through design decisions and quality of their work. Revisions were kept to a minimum and their attention to detail made the timeline work."