Local PR firm makes its own rebranding
Mustang Marketing, a full-service marketing agency based in Conejo Valley, has unveiled a new brand identity.
The 35-year-old company, which recently moved its offices from Newbury Park to Westlake, says its updated logo embodies the qualities that have made the company successful over the past three decades while capturing its future.
“Since 1986, our customers have depended on our ability to infuse the right mix of seriousness, fun, strategy and creativity into marketing pieces, and this logo represents all of those traits,” said Dianne McKay, President of Mustang Marketing, from Thousand Oaks. .
“While staying true to what we are known for, we are also excited about what lies ahead, and this new identity also clearly reflects that,” she said.
McKay has been with the Mustang team since 2010 and became its owner in 2020 after founder Scott Harris retired and moved to the East Coast.
Mustang recently completed some high-profile projects, including the new Ventura County logo and its ongoing COVID-19 awareness effort, as well as the rebranding to Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District.
Current clients include Community Memorial Health System, Town of Ventura, Town of Thousand Oaks, Conejo Valley Unified School District, Conejo Park and Recreation District, Ventura County Credit Union, Casa Pacifica, the Grand Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Ventura County and the American Medical Response.
For more information, visit mustangmktg.com.