Annodyne has been selected to create the brand identity for the Philadelphia Suburban Development Corporation's newest project.
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The Philadelphia Suburban Development Corporation (PSDC) has selected Annodyne to create the brand identity for its newest project, tentatively called “Towamencin Town Square.”
Currently in development, the Square — which may be renamed as part of the branding — will be an upscale residential and business community right in the heart of Towamencin, at Sumneytown Pike and 40 Foot Road. It will feature a luxury apartment complex, a flagship Marriot Courtyard Hotel, the Culinary Arts Institute of Montgomery County Community College, retail shopping and more. PSDC’s vision is to create a one-of-a-kind destination to live, work and play — to serve as the central hub of this unique and historic community.
“This is such an exciting opportunity,” says Anthony Campisi, President & CEO of Annodyne. “This new ‘hub,’ once finished, will completely transform the area. It’s a transformative step forward for this region within Montgomery County — an area that we, ourselves, call home. To get to play a role in that truly is an honor and a privilege.”
Annodyne, Inc. is an engagement marketing agency based in Blue Bell, PA. It serves a wide range of local and national clients across verticals including tourism, higher-education and B2B solutions. Since 2001, Annodyne has grown year-over-year — even through the economic downturn. Annodyne is ranked #8 on the Philadelphia Business Journal's 2012 list of Interactive Advertising and Marketing Agencies. For more information on Annodyne, please call 215-540-9110 or visit annodyne.com.