Welcome to the April edition of our eNewsletter. Inside you will find BD&E happenings, ideas we would like to share and, of course, the Bella update.

­­­­­­­­­­­­Embracing the World of Sensory Therapies  

Spotlight on Southpaw Enterprises.      

For over 35 years, Southpaw Enterprises has worked closely with occupational therapists across the country to research, develop and manufacture sensory integration and neurodevelopmental products for the classroom, clinic and home. Custom manufactured in Dayton, Ohio, Southpaw products provide superior quality and durability, and are guaranteed to last.

BD&E was tasked with bringing the Southpaw brand to life through a refreshed identity and an integrated marketing communications strategy. Since creating a new brand name, logo, color palette and brandline, we've started implementing the new brand across all touch points.

Updated sales sheets and tradeshow materials are completed, and a re-engineered website and product catalogs are up next. Just as Southpaw partners with therapists to create exceptional products, we've enjoyed working with them to showcase their exceptional brand.

@ BD&E
From the 'Burgh to LaCroix.

In March, BD&E Production Designer, Mary Bryant, packed her bags and headed to LaCroix, Haiti. Mary and 10 others worked with the LaCroix School and local medical clinic on construction and English education projects. The group also made several treks to neighboring schools to teach English and provide encouragement to the students. Mary's favorite part of the week was helping a small group of teens develop an action plan to tackle their academic goals.
 Catching Up with Bella
Saving Planet Earth.

For the second year running, Bella attended Frick Park's annual Earth Day celebration. As an eager member of the volunteer staff, she was given the task of welcoming and registering individuals for nature walks. Her personal favorite, birdwatching, was well-attended. Also on the list of favorites: mushroom hunts, spider walks and nature bingo!

Frick Park is the largest of Pittsburgh's regional parks at 644 acres, and is also the youngest.  
Thanks for your time. We will catch up again next month. Until then, get out into the garden, spring is here...finally. Let's Go Pens!
Brand Drives Everything

All the best,

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