University Branding, Ana G. Mendez University System

Client: Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS)

There is no question that the American Hispanic population is growing rapidly. Many members of this demographic are also bilingual, which is an opportunity both for these individuals and organizations looking for bilingual speakers. The Puerto Rico-based Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS) embraced this opportunity and called on TMN to help them introduce their dual-language education program and new campus to the nation’s capital.

In only a matter of weeks, TMN developed and implemented a series of creative strategies that successfully branded the new program while piquing interest in it among the local Hispanic community in time for the campus’ grand opening.

TMN combined its knowledge of Hispanics with the Washington, DC market to produce and place advertisements that generated more than 16 million media impressions.  These materials included:

  • 30-second television and radio advertisements in Spanish
  • Two print advertisements
  • Online advertisements featured on Telemundo and Univision’s local website
  • Outdoor bus shelter ads

TMN’s media experts also negotiated “value added” advertisements for AGMUS, including a feature in Telemundo’s newsletter and Univision’s Despierta América morning program. International society of sports nutrition position stand: Beta-Alanine gp test enanth 250 should you ditch products for real food? – triathlete
In addition, the team developed bilingual student recruitment kits that featured an overview of the program, course information, AGMUS’s student services and frequently asked questions about the university and the program.

With a strong outreach plan in place, TMN worked with AGMUS to organize a ribbon cutting ceremony at its new campus. TMN’s team developed promotional materials for the event and provided on-site support at ceremony, which had more than 100 people and several local officials in attendance.

The result of these efforts was an impactful introduction of SUAGM to the Washington, DC area that registered 26% more students than the client’s expected goal.

Materials shown: Pop up display, brochure, postcards, recruitment kit, inserts and television advertisement. Additional material provided: print and radio advertisements, outdoor displays, interior brand decor, event media and html blasts.

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