Photo courtesy of Milwaukee County Transit System
MADISON, WI, December 10, 2020 — Kramer Madison announced today it has been awarded a three-year printing services contract by the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS), keeping their community connected to work, school, and where they need to go through a variety of printed guides and communications.
“We are thrilled to be selected as the primary supplier,” said Gina Weise, President, Kramer Madison. “Part of the initiative after buying the company in the fall of 2019, was pursuing new opportunities for sales growth and we are beginning to see our efforts come to fruition. Our reputation for providing high-quality products with an unbelievable turnaround time, while continually providing excellent customer services makes the relationship with MCTS the perfect fit for what we do.”
Kramer will start producing a diverse range of materials for MCTS including UPASS Mailers, Annual Transit Guides, Buslines Passenger Newsletter, Timetables, Employee Open Enrollment Materials, and more the first of the year.
About Kramer Madison
Kramer Madison is a design driven marketing company. We are a full-service print, mail and fulfillment powerhouse. At our core, we specialize in solving real business problems. Our clients are looking to expand brand awareness, launch new products and if we are lucky enough, rebrand and refocus. We offer a different perspective than the average agency or print house.
There are not many others like us, and we like it that way. We speak brand strategy, bindery and analytics. Our work is data driven and results focused. We start with questions and end with introspection. We maintain the tenacity and craftsmanship of a bygone era, while steadfastly looking towards the future with its new ideologies and tactics.
If you are looking for more from your Design, Creative, Marketing, Digital, Printing, Promo, Strategy, Consulting, Mailing, Binding, or Fulfillment provider … just remember, “K” does that.
About Milwaukee County Transit System
The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) is innovating the way people across southeast Wisconsin get to work, school, medical appointments, entertainment and anywhere else they need to go. With a fleet of 370 clean-diesel buses and a dedicated team of 1,100 drivers, mechanics and administrative staff, MCTS provides nearly 29 million rides each year and generates a massive economic impact for the region.
Media Contact: Brooke Barney