February 25, 2020
CONTACT: Courtney Spiess
Marketing & Public Relations Manager
Marietta Visitors Bureau
4 Depot Street | Marietta, GA 30060
MARIETTA, GA — Taste of Marietta, Cobb County’s largest and longest running food festival, has completed its rebrand with a new logo and website.
The Taste of Marietta is a fun way to sample a variety of Cobb County restaurants, as well as experience Marietta’s history, culture & shopping. Taste of Marietta will take place on Sunday, April 26 from 11am-7pm. Applications for restaurant vendors can be found online.
Social Network Media Development (SNMD), a full-service marketing and design agency located just south of the Marietta Square, designed the new logo and website, tasteofmarietta.com. SNMD delivers memorable marketing campaigns, engaging designs and long-term results to businesses of all sizes and industries.
“The Taste of Marietta project is right up our alley, literally,” said Haley Dolan, Creative Director at SNMD. “With our office just a couple blocks from Glover Park, our team enjoys coffee breaks, lunches and happy hours at Marietta restaurants all the time. We are excited to utilize our skills to promote an event that brings much-deserved attention to our talented local businesses.”
As the first step, the design team worked closely with the Marietta Visitor’s Bureau to give the Taste of Marietta logo a new look. “We took the vintage elements of the Marietta Visitors Bureau’s new logo and fused it with the vibrant colors of the previous Taste of Marietta logo,” said Joe Majester, Graphic Designer at SNMD. “With our new brand guidelines in hand, we look forward to rolling out new signage, digital graphics and marketing collateral.”
The Marietta Visitors Bureau hosts Taste of Marietta in conjunction with the City of Marietta. For additional information and to check festival updates, visit tasteofmarietta.com or call 770-257-0429.
The mission of the Marietta Visitors Bureau is to promote Marietta as a tourism destination with an emphasis on heritage, cultural and sports tourism; thereby increasing overnight visitation by reinvesting visitor generated tax dollars into messages and services targeted exclusively to the visitor.