Legendary Watertown Firm Hosts Anniversary Gathering for Clients, Friends and Staff at Lincoln’s DeCordova Museum
Watertown, MA. November 24, 2008 –- Over one hundred clients, friends and staff, past and present, gathered last week to honor the well-known Watertown design firm, Corey McPherson Nash (www.corey.com) as it celebrated twenty-five years as the branding studio of choice for a wide range of leading business, educational, and cultural institutions. The gala event was held at The Decordova Museum & Sculpture Park (http://www.decordova.org/) in Lincoln, MA.
Attendees included many leaders of the business, academic and non-profit communities in Boston. Among them was Sarah McConville, Executive Director of Communications and Brand Management, Harvard Business School Publishing; and Christopher Meyer, Chief Executive of Monitor Networks; Amir Nashat, General Partner, Polaris Venture Partners; Sheila Marcelo, Founder, Care.com; Melissa Crowe, Vice President, VistaPrint; Christine Lamb, Director of Marketing, New England Journal of Medicine; and Deborah Rosmarin of WBUR, as well as many other current and former clients of the agency.
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About Corey McPherson Nash
Corey McPherson Nash, a national branding and design firm, helps organizations achieve measurable brand equity across a wide variety of print and interactive communications. Widely recognized for its thoughtful design and strategic insights into the critical task of brand iteration and creative development, it is the branding studio of choice for a wide range of leading business, educational, and cultural institutions. Visit Corey online at http://www.corey.com.