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July 2019

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Hogan Homes Posts Record Numbers

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New Home Builder Is on Pace to Outperform Previous Year…Again

2019 is looking to be a great year for Texas home builder Hogan Homes. The year started with the grand opening of their new Harbor Heights community in Aransas Pass followed by a huge Open House Weekend sales event featuring numerous open houses in each of the five communities, promoting buyer incentives, summer giveaways and lenders onsite.

New offerings as well as new marketing initiatives have help boost homebuyer traffic. First half numbers are up across the board as they’ve seen an increase of over 120% in new website visitors, as well as generating over 3,600 virtual home tours since March. They’ve also had a 16% increase in traffic to their five model homes and a 20% increase in sales since the new year.

Hogan Homes attributes a lot of their success to their in-house staff as well as their marketing partner, MDR Advertising. “Hogan has the floorplans, the designs and the customer service homebuyers are looking for,” said Rebecca Childs, Account Manager at MDR. “We’re fortunate to have a great client and product to promote. We are really proud of the results we’re helping them achieve year after year and we certainly love helping Texas residents find their dream home,” adds Childs.

A Unique & Unruly Store Identity

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Downtown development continues with opening of new vintage store specializing in rare finds

20/20 Vintage – A Vision for Vintage and Unruly Things is located at 423 William Street in downtown Corpus Christi and opened this summer. The store is a collection of strange, exotic, and exceptional things that you won’t be able to find in just any store. It will be featuring eclectic artwork by Becky Smith, as well as curated works by other artists. It will also be bringing the vintage style by Metropolisculture, Kimberly Rios.

The store partnered with Texas-based advertising agency, MDR to develop a unique store identity. “We aimed to create a brand identity that captures the quirkiness, yet timeless quality of the items found in the store. The custom illustrations are an ensemble of unique objects and creatures that are artwork in themselves,” said Sara Kilsby, Senior Art Director at MDR.

20/20 Vintage owner, Monica Ellison, the wife of local attorney Scott Ellison, is a devoted mother of 3 and has been active in Corpus Christi for quite some time, helping with community and school initiatives. “I am beyond thrilled to be a part of the Downtown movement happening in Corpus Christi, and excited to announce that 20/20 Vintage will be opening its doors in our new brick and mortar store front,” said Ellison, “None of this would have been possible without the support of my loving family and friends.” Now, with her passion for all things strange and unruly, she’s enjoying her first start-up business.