We wanted to highlight John & Debra Branning, who exhibit in many American Craft Endeavors Craft Festivals, because of their marketing efforts.
In today’s world, it is important to use different marketing tools to keep your business afloat. John and Debra have utilized the internet to brand their artwork. They have branded their business with the classic sea turtle design, which is a favorite amongst their customers. Additionally, you can find them actively on Twitter and their Blog. You can follow them on Twitter HERE, and you can check-out their blog HERE.
Additionally, they will be present at the 19th Annual Downtown Dunedin Craft Festival this weekend (February 19th & 20th, 2011)! We are looking forward to having them in Dunedin with us!
Now, here is some background information we would like to share with you about the talented duo:
John and Deborah Branning developed their Batik-style clothing while living and sailing in the U.S. and British Virgin Islands in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Their sea life motifs have become even more popular with the current awareness of our fragile ecology. Year after year, festival goers return to their booth for the hand-dyed, hand-painted signed limited edition clothing. The Branning’s call Florida home where their fine art can be seen in exhibits and galleries.
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