The local community rallied behind the fundraising, design, and construction of Ram Tower at Lake Mary High School. This structure provides the staff and student leadership a safe and secure vantage point from which to observe, analyze, and instruct participants during after-school sessions on the practice field. Very Bright Design worked with the school and various local organizations to create fundraising materials and build the Ram Tower website.
“Since day one working with owner McGuire Brannon, it was an extremely professional and exciting venture. We were able to reach out to the community, alumni and business partners to make this dream of our Ram Tower a reality. After a three-year marriage with this company, we were able to make it happen, and in November of 2015 Ram Tower was erected on the Marching Rams practice field on the campus of Lake Mary High School.”
Knowing that the photography would serve as the heart of the Ram Tower website, Very Bright Design worked with band director Mike Mitchell to tell the story of how the Lake Mary community came together to support this project. This meant writing about each phase of the process from fundraising to construction.
The text of this single-page website is divided into four segments: overview, description, donors, and team. Each section is self-contained and describes a different aspect of the Ram Tower project. Community members can visit the website to learn all about Ram Tower and the people involved in making this dream a reality.
Very Bright Design worked closely with the staff and student leadership at Lake Mary High School to develop a visual design for Ram Tower and its related fundraising efforts. This included fundraising materials, an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, and the Ram Tower website which launched after construction.
“Without the assistance of McGuire and Very Bright Design, I truly believe that we would still be waiting on the tower to be built! Thank you McGuire and Very Bright Design for all you did for our kids, program and our school.”