Category Archives: Projects We’ve Done

The Barn Thrift Stores

This was a very interesting marketing project. One of the volunteer at The Barn Thrift Stores in New York had a very unique project. She converted an old phone booth into a recycled book booth. It is known as the tiniest library. Read the article we wrote about it here which is now on our Businesses for the Greater Good Page. And if you live in New York, The Barn has several thrift store locations also mentioned in the article.


“Thank you (a Redstone publication) for a wonderful article and for Judith’s wonderful quote about how “The Barn” functions and really gives back to the community. Living and giving should be on the lips for everyone and your great website offers so many ways to enjoy and help others…thank you.” ~Claudia Cooley, The Barn Thrift Shop, New York.

Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center

About 3 years ago we did some promotion / marketing for the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center in Wyoming. We love promoting nonprofits that need a little boost. If you ever get the chance to get up that way and take a tour, we highly recommend it.


“Thank you Redstone! (Through our Circkles Magazine)

I just read the article and it looks great. I created our page so that I can post upcoming events, or whatever. Our president came in and is happy about this too! I had to copy it for him! We want to thank you so much for taking the time to do this article for the Pryor Mountain wild Mustang Center!”
Sincerely, Lori

Tote Bags

bluespringtoteTote bags are like mini billboards. People use them for hauling around a lot of things, not just groceries. They use them to put books in, clothes, food, they take them to work to put their daily needs in like their lunch. Tote bags are not thrown away until they fall apart because people can always find a use for them.2girlstote

Koozie Project

printed can coolerCan cooler, or koozies, are an inexpensive and fun promotional product that will be around a long time.

We did a fun can cooler recently for ZGL Landscaping for their 10 year anniversary pig roast. These are neoprene instead of the usual foam. The difference is neoprene will keep your beverages much cooler for longer because it has more insulating quality than foam can coolers.

On 2015-07-28 at by Zak George Landscaping.
“We had Redstone create a custom koozie design based on a bad quality image I sent to them. They did a wonderful job at going above and beyond my expectations for creating a design that works with what we had visioned and still looked awesome! I will definitely recommend this company to anyone!”