Davidson Annual Report, Benjamin Taylor Caramels, Mastery Visits Africa

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Davidson Companies Annual Report

Klündt | Hosmer has worked with Davidson Companies over the years on several brochure and presentation material projects promoting the investment services offered by the firm. We were very excited when their Great Falls, MT corporate team hired us to design and produce the company's 2010 Annual Report.

Our team developed the annual report theme of "Two Steps Forward. One Step at a Time." emphasizing the conservative corporate philosophy inherent in their business. Klündt | Hosmer also managed the graphic design, art direction, writing and production of the annual report, which was printed at Advanced Litho in Great Falls.

Davidson Companies has provided clients with integrated financial services for over 75 years. The company currently staffs more than 60 offices in 17 states. Thank you to Davidson Companies for enabling us to produce such a beautiful and insightful annual report!


Launching Sweetness with Benjamin Taylor Caramels Website

Klündt | Hosmer recently launched a website for Benjamin Taylor Caramels. This online candy boutique is the sweet creation of Jean Klündt and her son Ben Klündt, named after Ben and his brother Taylor. Some of you may have been the recipient of these “Oh so, yummy!” handmade caramels, as Klündt | Hosmer has given them as client gifts over the years. So indulge yourself and savor the delicious flavor of these rich tidbits of heaven (and share or gift them if you can bring yourself to do so!).

Look for Benjamin Taylor Caramels in local Spokane shops soon, or purchase them online now!


Mastery’s “African Safari” to Visit Her Sponsored Child

Anastazia is wearing her new Klündt | Hosmer shirt!

In mid-January, Mastery Sheets, Klündt | Hosmer's Senior Web Developer, went on a Compassion International Sponsor Tour to Tanzania, in East Africa, where she met a young lady she's been sponsoring for eight years. The tour featured visits to many Compassion child development centers, a day with her sponsored child Anastazia, a walk part way up the Mawenzi peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro, shopping, and making new friends from America, Great Britain and Tanzania. Although the weather was very hot (being below the equator, Tanzania is now experiencing summer), the food was great and the experiences very meaningful and memorable. Mastery brought back carvings of African animals in ebony, as well as half a kilo of Arabica coffee grown in the volcanic soil of Mt. Kilimanjaro, for her KH friends. We are glad to have her back, safe and sound!