Founded in 1998, Vegas Valley Fire Protection (VVFP) is the Las Vegas Valley’s most comprehensive full service fire protection maintenance and installation firm. VVFP sets itself apart from the competition by maintaining an emphasis on high quality NICET certified engineering, expanded AFSA Foremanship Trained professional installation procedures and NICET/AFSA Certified 24/7 service,repair and maintenance of all types of automatic fire sprinkler systems used in commercial, retail, industrial, office and medical structures.
A refresh of the existing logo identity was performed to update the symbolic icon – making it prominent and easy to recognize on apparel, signage and collateral materials.
A composition of straight lines, connecting blocks of color and pops of red were combined to develop this VVFP identity suite.
The previous Vegas Valley Fire Protection website had become outdated from a visual and user experience. Antiquated flash technologies that would not render on mobile or tablet viewing was replaced with a customized, mobile responsive WordPress website solution. A prominent call to action “request a quote” form, project gallery and enhanced content rich experience was developed.
A robust online employment application makes finding your next VVFP career a breeze, and custom icons with animated, mouse over effects elevate the user’s site experience.
A single fold pamphlet outlining the company’s suite of 24/7 service and maintenance offerings was developed for use as a handy leave behind.
A striking display of color and composition with prominent phone number and web advertisements were combined to ensure that the VVFP service and maintenance fleet is easily recognized in the field.
TMC developed some great marketing materials, creative social marketing co-operatives and grass root initiatives that really helped us stake a claim and get a foot hold of new business at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway quickly. Having a respected Las Vegas agency who understood the market was really important to us when since we were new to town.