Richland marketing company moves to larger office

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During the past 10 years, WinSome Design Inc. staff have called an 800-square-foot basement their office space. It was the place they brainstormed, collaborated and created to improve others’ business outcomes.

The team recently moved from Riverwood Street in Richland to 1201 Jadwin Ave., Suite 101, and more than doubled its work space.

“It’s awesome because there’s a huge conference room upstairs to use if needed and there’s opportunity for growth within the building,” said Jane Winslow, creative director, graphic designer and owner. The company moved in June.

WinSome Design’s focus is to improve business outcomes for economic development, health care and science and technology organizations through full-service brand development and marketing strategies.

Staff members create logos, websites, print advertising, brochures, annual reports, direct mail campaigns, social media campaigns, package designs and more.

Community members helped celebrate the move with a ribbon-cutting earlier this month, complete with tours, a meet and greet session with staff, prize drawings and displays of WinSome’s work.

Winslow decided it was time to move in May and contacted the owner of the new building, a location she’d looked at three years ago. The rest is history, as soon after, WinSome opened its doors there.

“It’s given us the ability for everyone to have their own office or share with just one person, which really cuts down on disruptions,” Winslow said. “There’s a better production area for printing and binding, a dedicated meeting space, and because we collaborate a lot, the extra space gives everyone more room to spread out.”

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Audra Distifeno

Audra Distifeno

Audra Distifeno has been in the “news” business for more than 20 years. She is passionate about writing, and is also an educator with the goal of igniting young minds so they might discover their potentials. She lives in the Yakima Valley with her children, two mini schnauzers, two lizards and multitudes of fish. She enjoys camping, kayaking and breathing in the ocean air. She hopes to one day be a published novelist and see her work being read by the masses … or even by just one who is moved by her story.

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