TrampStamp Gear started as a Brand Name for a new Motorcycle Seat that KP partnered in. The seats were unmanageable and dropped from the Brand. Currently TrampStamp Gear is trademarked by KP and being developed into a brand of gear that has evolved over 25 years of marketing, branding, ‘new’ media and promotional work into a single goal of building a retail biker Brand.
I have known Steve Brown since we were 3 years old, so we chose his small, one man company, as an example of how to properly develop a professional branding plan for a small business. This included a complete corporate identity package with a new logo, professional website, Facebook page and promotional printed materials. This made his brand stand out from, look more professional and work better than the larger shops he competes with.
KP's mom was saved from Polio in 1957 by the March of Dimes. She spent a entire year in a iron lung and was the first little girl they had saved from Polio in Missouri. The first year MOTO Marketing Group went all out and did a huge new full blown campaign including a photo shoot of the 2 sisters. We then carried the new brand through several marketing outlets including a custom website, magazine ads and billboard campaign.
“On labor Day weekend 2011, I went down to visit my good friend JT at the Lake of the Ozarks just as I had done every year for the past 20 years. When I got there JT and Todd Beckman were in the pool and JT was excited about racing. He asked me what it would take for me to do my thing and help him do all the marketing for the comeback of Big Thunder Motorsports and Marina, which he had just recently invested in with it’s former owner Bob Morgan. They were going to race Key West and wanted to blow it up in a big way.
I started developing marketing and branding materials for Anheuser-Busch as a graphic designer at Gray Communications and Marketing in 1993. In 1997 I founded Xtreme Graphix, and began working with the King of Beers again throughout the life and shutdown of XG-ad in 2011.