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People Are Talking About Verve

"I saw what you had done with the Luxury Council, and I referred to that at last week's NBS as an example of thought leadership. Good work!"

- David Baker, REcources

"Guiding visitors around 650 acres while presenting over 300 years of history and horticulture is no mean feat. Lemonides helped Tyler Arboretum create a truly distinctive, directionally correct Visitor Guide and Map that not only gets our visitors to our destinations but presents a wealth of information through creative graphic design."

- Kate Farrell Kirsten, Werner Public Relations Associate, Tyler Arboretum

"Lemonides offers the perfect combination of talent and professionalism. Big-town design with small-town service is hard to come by these days, but not at Lemonides Design."

- Teresa Vivolo, Production Manager, Wintethur Museum, Garden & Library

"Thanks for a great job on the brochure. I still can't believe how smoothly things went. The brochure has been well received by the US Marketing group."

- Mary Senkarik, Art Director IMS Health Read More

“Diane Lemonides’ presentation to The Luxury Marketing Council Tampa Bay balanced uncommon sense with counterintuitive luxury tactics ensuring takeaways that were being implemented the next morning. Diane has the unique ability to connect with small business owners; sharing insights that are executable without large expense or delay. Furthermore, she makes entrepreneurs feel good about who they are, their mission in selling the affluent consumer, and why their participation in the luxury segment is of paramount importance."

- Chris Ramey Affluent Insights, Luxury Marketing Council

“I received copies of the Flights of Fancy catalogue yesterday. I am very pleased with what you have done to my short story. You have given it great beauty and permanence. I feel certain the phenomenon of birds on silver spoons will live for a long time in history thanks to you!"

- Donald Fennimore, Curator, Winterthur Museum