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Steve Hartman agency: shartman@falkharrison.com personal: creativille.design@gmail.com

Creative director / designer for brand identity, events, advertising, internal and external communications.


Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

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The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is Illinois’ premier museum — and quite possibly the nation’s premier presidential library. Designing for Abraham Lincoln allowed Falk Harrison to wear many hats. We had the honor of telling the story of Mr. Lincoln and his family through a variety of communication vehicles — from books and brochures, to posters and logos. Working with the offices of development, exhibits, curatorial, volunteers and event marketing, we created a visual brand that accurately portrayed Mr. Lincoln as one of the most influential historical figures in modern history.

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abraham lincoln presidential library and museum presents

abraham lincoln presidential library foundation Fashion Knight at the Museum Featuring Mychael Knight Saturday, July 28, 2007 at 8 pm in the Museum Plaza

To highlight our newest exhibit, Mary Todd Lincoln: First Lady of Controversy, the museum welcomes Mychael Knight, finalist from the hit television show Project Runway. Join Knight for a past-to-present comparison between Mary Lincoln’s trendsetting fashions and the contemporary styles of today, including Knight’s own designs.

two ticket options are available for this one time event Fashionista Ticket ~ $75 Ticket Includes • Exclusive invitation to Very Mary VIP Party with special guest, Mychael Knight at 6:00 pm ~ Library Atrium (cocktails and hors d’oeuvres served) • Private tour of Mary Todd Lincoln: First Lady of Controversy exhibit before the show • Preferred seating to Fashion Night at the Museum at 8:00 pm ~ Museum Plaza • VIP memento

Trendsetter Ticket ~ $35 Ticket Includes • General admission seating to Fashion Night at the Museum at 8:00 pm ~ Museum Plaza • Viewing of the Mary Todd Lincoln: First Lady of Controversy exhibit after the show • Public autograph session with Mychael Knight after the show

For tickets call: 217-558-8934 Opening remarks by WGN News Anchor, Allison Payne

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Presidential Library


Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

ADVERTISING

Falk Harrison designed a new corporate advertising campaign to showcase teams of individuals – the brains and heart of Booz Allen Hamilton, a national strategy and technology consulting firm. The primary focus of the campaign was to emphasize the buyer experience and emotional drivers that their clients experience firsthand. Trust, pride and satisfaction are all delivered though a unique and distinguishing factor among their competitors – the Booz Allen Hamilton people. In addition to the full-page ads, we extended the concepts to web page banner ads and radio spots.

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FINAL CONCEPT Progress. Reflected in your successful mission. We’re behind you every step of the way. strategy and technology consultants

Progress. Reflected in your successful mission.

trust is the iron bridge we build between the mediocre and the exceptional. Roberta Gosling Vice President, BAH

We’re behind you every step of the way. With a deep technical expertise and a collaborative approach we nurture innovative ideas and impeccable execution. Because, when you’re with Booz Allen Hamilton, you’re in good company. Our dedicated team of professionals takes time to understand your unique needs so you can focus your time and energy on what’s most important to you – when it’s most important – without exception.

PERFORMANCE

Progress. Reflected in your successful mission. We’re behind you every step of the way.

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/ PROFILES IN HUMAN PERFORMANCE Trust is earned. It forges relationships and successfully turns clients

Partners for Progress. www.boozallen.com

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into partners by binding people of like minds together. Trust is a feeling of well-being. Trust gets us to a better place, from the mere

Our people establish and manage relationships — some relatively

ordinary to the exceptional. Trust is a path that connects great

new, some over a century old. Because when it really comes down

solutions to impeccable execution. Booz Allen Hamilton people

to it, we’re in the people business. Our people solve problems.

build — and earn it — everyday with everything we do, through

Our people make business tick. That’s because when you’re with

each and every detail. In every facet of our business. With trust,

Booz Allen Hamilton, you’re in good company. Our dedicated team

we can offer you something truly exceptional.

of professionals take time to understand your unique needs so you can focus your time and energy on what’s most important to you — when it’s most important.

Trust is what you feel.

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strategy and technology consultants PERFORMANCE. delivering results that endure

Trust is delivering results that endure.

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Profiles in Human Performance.

Our clients are a big deal. They’re huge.

Trust is earned. It forges relationships and successfully turns clients into partners by binding people of like minds together. Trust is a feeling of well-being. Trust gets us to a better place, from the mere ordinary to the exceptional. Trust is a path that connects great solutions to impeccable execution. Booz Allen Hamilton people build - and earn it - everyday with everything we do, through each and every detail. In every facet of our business. With trust, we can offer you something truly exceptional.

People meet business goals and objectives – not corporations, not advertising, not slogans. Real Booz Allen Hamilton people connect with the reality of your situation, working side-by-side to solve your most important and complex problems. As a trusted, partner, our people combine deep domain expertise with strong capabilities in strategy and technology to help you succeed.

Trust is what you feel. Real People. Real Results. www.boozallen.com

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“Partners for Progress” :30 SFX: Busy exterior city street noise through revolving door. Announcer: Deep technical expertise. A collaborative approach. Impeccable execution. SFX: Interior office white noise in background. Soft foot steps approaching. Announcer: Booz Allen Hamilton is behind you every step of the way. SFX: Soft foot steps of multiple people walking in unison past cubicles and conversations. Announcer: Booz Allen’s dedicated team of professionals nurture innovative ideas and take the time to understand your unique needs, so you can focus your time and energy on what’s most important to you — when it’s most important — and without exception. SFX: Door closes and cut to quiet. Announcer: Because when you’re with Booz Allen Hamilton, you’re in good company. Announcer: Booz Allen dot com slash progress.


Eastern Illinois University

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN BRANDING EVENT MARKETING ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHICS

State universities are increasingly affected by a lack of funding. Eastern Illinois University called upon alumnus and Falk Harrison creative director, Steve Hartman, to develop a brand platform for their first capital campaign. Along with a creative team of alumni, Falk Harrison collaborated with photographers, videographers, event planners and printers to build a campaign to meet EIU’s $50 million goal. The result is a branded campaign with a consistent message from initial invitation to a gala event on campus. From graphics, premiums and video produced for the event, to follow-up pieces including a case-statement brochure, school-specific mini-case brochures, a website and email newsletters, the campaign brought together many pieces under one branded look.

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Julie Nimmons Campaign Chairperson Class of 1977

600 Lincoln Avenue Charleston, Il 61920 217-581-0000 tel 217-581-0000 fax ExpectGreatness@eiu.edu

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“ I believe in EI&U.”

www.EasternIllinoisAndYou.com

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600 Lincoln Avenue Charleston, Il 61920 217-581-0000 tel 217-581-0000 fax ExpectGreatness@eiu.edu www.EasternIllinoisAndYou.com

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2008-2009 Barry M. Goldwater Scholar

This statue welcomes the students and faculty each day.

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Many students enter as freshmen or transfer students with only the vaguest idea of what they want their education to be. They may know that they want to be an athlete or participate in student government or join a fraternity or sorority. But through courses and interactions with faculty, their minds are opened, their world expanded, and they achieve at levels they had never anticipated. Dawanzelle Hopson came to EIU on a football scholarship. As a Mathematics and Computer Science major, Dawan soon realized that his Mathematics preparation was not sufficient. But he was committed to Mathematics and the Mathematics faculty were committed to him. He completed his degree and enjoyed a successful football career as a Panther, starting as a wide receiver in his senior year. Following graduation, Dawan made the roster of the Rockford Raptors in the Arena League. However, when an injury that prevented him from

realizing his dream of making the NFL Dawan was armed with the Mathematics qualifications he achieved at EIU. He was hired as a programmer/analyst with Coventry Health Care in St. Louis. He wrote, in an email shortly after getting this job, “I leave the game with no regrets. ... The Math Department professors played a huge part in me getting this job.... I am very grateful to you for sticking in there with me when I had my rough patches.” Dawan’s experience is not unique. EIU faculty members are committed to excellent teaching which yields high achievement by students in their classrooms. Through advanced study and training, the faculty are experts in the Sciences, Social Sciences, Nursing, Communication Disorders and Sciences and Mathematics and Computer Science. They enthusiastically convey knowledge and skills to their students through innovative teaching strategies and techniques.

During her first semester at EIU, Rebecca Grove wandered into a Chemistry lab and knew that she had found her new passion. She was encouraged to work in the lab of Dr. Kraig Wheeler where she began to study crystal growth of organic compounds and viewing their atoms through X-ray diffraction. Her success in the lab and classroom, led to her national selection as a 2008-2009 Barry M. Goldwater Scholar. Rebecca is one of only 321 students in the country to be honored by this premier undergraduate award in science, engineering and math. Dr. Wheeler, her mentor stated, “It is rare that a brand new person in the lab has a major impact in your field, but Rebecca certainly has done that. She has just been unbelievably successful.” Rebecca knows that her success is due in part to the opportunity to participate in a lab as a freshman and to benefit from the knowledge and expertise of her mentor. She will pursue a Ph.D. in Chemistry and plans to teach

and continue research at a university. It is easy to imagine her as a professor who will be welcoming freshmen into her lab some day! Faculty mentored student research experiences like Rebecca’s are a distinction of the College of Sciences at EIU. The research environments provide students with insights into their disciplines beyond what they can attain in the classroom, while working with faculty mentors gain scientific knowledge and research skills. While solving real world problems, they learn to work collaboratively with their mentors and other student researchers. Unsurprisingly, students report that their personal and professional growth is profound; they are more confident, they are more independent, and they believe that their experiences at EIU are enhanced by these opportunities to work and collaborate with their faculty research mentors. Angela Beard was a student in Communication Disorders and Sciences

who loved the

discipline and was intrigued by the diversity of career choices available in the field, but she was having difficulty understanding the theories of communication processes and applying those to communication disorders in patients. A faculty member encouraged Angela to complete a summer internship, shadowing a speech-language pathologist in a hospital. There she could observe patients with communication disorders and see how speech-language pathologists use theory in the treatment and management of those disorders. Angela gained confidence during the internship by asking questions of the supervisors and became more actively engaged in the clinical setting. Her understanding of disorders and theories made more sense when she observed a professional working with patients. She returned to campus with a heightened enthusiasm for the field of speech-language pathology, but also with more confidence in herself and her ability to understand and apply the information she encountered in her courses. Angela has

gone on to complete a Masters degree and is enjoying a career as a speech-language pathologist. As Angela learned, student success at EIU extends well beyond the campus walls. We know that our students’ academic preparation is enhanced by the authentic experiences such as internships and interactions with professionals in working world. An array of internship and outreach opportunities are available for students in every major and program of study. Science professors accompany COS students to K-12 schools where they engage those students in the marvels of sciences. Social science students intern with a variety of professionals such as judges and city planners and with social service agencies. RN to BS Nursing students complete clinical experiences in community health facilities.


Eastern Illinois University

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN GALA LAUNCH


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Parking: 301 2nd Street, Edwardsville, IL 62025 (Madison County Courthouse Parking Lot)

Registration: No late fees. Race-day registration closes 30 minutes before event. Preregister online at www.EdwardsvilleCriterium.com

Race Route: This is a flat and fast seven corner figure 8 course, 0.7 miles in length, with tight turns in the heart of downtown Edwardsville. See race route map below

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Helmets must be worn at all times while on the bike | Held Under USA Cycling Event Permit | Pre-register online

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Saturday night with food, music and drinks in Edwardsville’s City Park.

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Criterium Kick-Off at Edwardsville’s City Park Saturday, August 6, 2011, 5-10 p.m. Live Music from 5-10 p.m. Carb-Load dinner / Beer and Wine Sales Pre-Registration for the Criterium

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Enterprise Holdings, Inc.

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Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Enterprise Holding’s (EHI) business-to-business group came to Falk Harrison needing a creative solution to open the doors of EHI’s largest leads for corporate accounts. The solution came in a seven-part mailing, delivering seven key benefits of working with EHI. The overall theme of custom solutions in business car rentals was carried through utilizing a high-end, buildable toy car. The message and benefits were presented in personalized note cards. The six mailings arrived every two days, leading up to a personal meeting, where the seventh and final kit was delivered, along with a team of toy people to emphasize their personal approach.

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The Harris Products Group The Harris Products Group is heating up the competition with a game-changing air/gas torch tip – Inferno. Falk Harrison took responsibility for the challenge of producing a hot new look for the product launch. Not only did we turn up the heat on brand image in this segment, but created a campaign that changes the standard by which all products are launched at Harris.

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Following the launch of a new product from a formidable competitor and a subsequent shift in customer purchasing patterns, Harris needed to reinvigorate their marketing efforts and establish higher product stocking levels throughout their distributor network. Falk Harrison was engaged to develop the Harris regulator brand, and ultimately put more Harris regulators into the hands of end users. We began by initiating extensive interviews with stakeholders both inside and outside the company. The information gathered allowed us to craft the Harris regulator brand story, primary and secondary messaging platforms, visual tone and a plan for all campaign elements. Ultimately, we provided Harris representatives with the right mix of print, point-of-sale and online tools needed to drive customer conversations and convert sales.

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Helzberg Diamonds Helzberg Diamonds is a nationwide jewelry retailer. Falk Harrison showed their creative versatility by carrying a brand image consistently through public-affairs communication to consumer-product branding to businessto-business communication. From naming and packaging a perfect-cut loose diamond product to driving the message each year in their annual report, Falk Harrison’s creative execution shone flawlessly from every facet.

CORPORATE POSITIONING ANNUAL REPORTS PRODUCT NAMING/BRANDING


Lewis & Clark Community College

BRAND PLATFORM AND POSITIONING

Lewis & Clark Community College enrolled Falk Harrison to develop the brand positioning for the combined departments of Workforce Training and Community Learning & Continuing Education. The new department of Corporate and Community Learning works directly with corporations to train their staff, offers classes and programming for continued education, and provides camps and classes for children of all ages. Falk Harrison developed a organizational tagline and brand platform that was unique to the School, framed for different levels of communication, and structured for ease of use by the Lewis & Clark staff.

It’s what you know. TAGLINE (AND BRAND FONT STANDARD)

Y’know? Spring 2010 Course Guide

Latin Dancing! Page X Keyboarding for Beginners Page X Rieslings of the World Page X Horseback Riding Page X Holiday Cookie Bouquets Page X Financial Fitness for Women Page X Winterizing Your Home Page X

Capturing Childhood in Pictures Page X Speaking for a Lasting Impression Page X

Knowledge is the new green.

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Miracle Recreation

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With over 85 years of experience, Miracle Recreation is one of the oldest and largest commercial playground manufacturers in the country and produces some of the highest quality products and customer satisfaction rates in the industry. Miracle’s parent company, PlayPower, asked Falk Harrison to help them rebrand Miracle, while preserving and celebrating a proud heritage of quality, innovation and value. After a thorough review of the existing brand, Falk Harrison proposed a completely new and extensive brand and identity system for all marketing and business communication vehicles. The new Miracle brand officially launched as The Face of Play on the flagship communication, the 2013 catalog. Falk Harrison continued to work with Miracle to extend the new brand to the product level as well, showcasing the innovative Mega Phyzics™ line at its debut at their national trade show in late 2012.

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Schutt Sports is the world’s leading manufacturer of football helmets and face guards. They share the players’ passion and excitement for the sport. It was important to express that energy in the redesign of packaging for the retail line. Falk Harrison developed a system of packaging for four helmet grades, plus more than 30 protective football accessories. The end goal of the redesign went beyond informing customers and encouraging purchase, to include motivating retailers to expand the in-store real estate for the line. Touchdown!

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

ALUMNI COMMUNICATION ORGANIZATIONAL ADVANCEMENT ANNUAL REPORT BRAND DEVELOPMENT

“e” is for enlivening a brand image, and that is what SIUE asked of Falk Harrison. Higher education continually demands more of its students, alumni and the private sector as funding sources become rarer and rarer. Falk Harrison assisted SIUE to compete successfully in the collegiate marketplace by elevating the brand image of a relatively young state institution, mirroring the standards of excellence expected of staff and students alike.

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Spartech Corporation

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Spartech is a leading producer of plastic products that serves customers across a global marketplace. They grew organically and through acquisition until it became time to reorganize and consolidate, leveraging internal expertise across their three main divisions. Falk Harrison was brought aboard to help communicate the changing face of Spartech, both internally and externally, as it transitioned to a provider of sustainable solutions, one focused on delighting the customer. Working with a brand new Spartech team – including a new CEO – Falk Harrison helped clarify the corporate brand, develop new, integrated messaging for employees, customers and the investment community, announce the launch of the Spartech Technology and Innovation Center, align product brands and develop a variety of marketing materials and business communication tools – including their annual and corporate sustainability reports.

Royalite® R59M-A & B PROCESSING CONDITIONS Introduction – Royalite R59M is a unique ABS/PVC product that meets many industry flammability standards. It is recognized under the component program of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., with an all color classification of 94 V-1 at 0.058" and 94 V-0 at 0.085". It combines very high impact strength with excellent ductility and moldability, and has excellent low temperature performance. Suggested Applications – Royalite R59M is recommended for molding applications where a PVC or ABS compound with a UL rating of V-0 or V-1 is applicable such as rapid transit vehicle interiors, business machines, computer housings, consumer electronics and other electronic equipment. Drying – Drying prior to processing is essential to ensure desired appearance and property performance. It is recommended that R59M be dried in a dehumidifying hopper dryer for 4 hours at 160°F before processing.

Royalite® R59M-A & B

Barrel Temperature – Barrel temperature should be set between 330-350°F depending on the wall thickness, gate size, runner size, injection speed, back pressure, screw speed and flow distance. Mold Temperature – The mold temperature should be set at 80-150°F depending on the wall thickness, injection speed and surface gloss requirements.

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Processing – Suggested start-up injection molding conditions are given below: Rear Zone

330-340°F (165-170°C)

Tensile Strength, yield. Type 1. 0.125" specimen 330-340°F (165-170°C)

Middle Zone

TEST METHOD UNITS

DATA – A

DATA – B

D-638

5,500

5,000

270,000

270,000

8,300

7,700

psi

Front Zone

Tensile Modulus, Type 1. 0.125" specimen 340-350°F (170-175°C)

D-638

psi

Nozzle

350°F (175°C) Flexural Strength, yield. Type 1. 0.125" specimen

D-790

psi

D-790

psi

300,000

300,000

Melt Temperature

Flexural Modulus, 0.125" specimen

Mold Temperature

365-395°F (185-200°C) 80-150°F (25-65°C)

D-256

ft-lb/in

13.0

6.5

Izod Impact, notched, -20°F, 0.125" specimen

D-256

ft-lb/in

2.5

1.6

Back Pressure

HDT, 66 psi, 0.250" specimen, annealed 50-100 psi

D-648

°F

207

Screw Speed

HDT, 66 psi, 0.250" specimen, unannealed 40-50 rpm

D-648

°F

180

Injection Speed

Slow to Moderate HDT, 264 psi, 0.250" specimen, annealed

D-648

°F

178

170

Cushion

HDT, 264 psi, 0.250" specimen, unannealed

D-648

°F

160

150

D-1525

°F

176

176

Izod Impact, notched, 73° F, 0.125" specimen

Injection Pressure

1300-1500 psi

Hold Pressure

50%-75% Injection Pressure

0.13"-0.25"

Clamp

Vicat Softening Temperature

2.5-3.0 ton/sq. in

200 172

Note: Melt Temperature not to exceed 410°F (210°C)

Relative Thermal Index (RTI), 0.085", all colors

Regrind Usage – Up to 25% regrind can be mixed with the virgin material. The regrind shouldUL746B be contamination free, dried thoroughly – Electric 85°C and should not be exposed to several cycles. – Withheat Impact UL746B 70°C – Without Impact UL746B 85°C Purging and Clean-up – After processing Royalite R59M, it is recommended that the machine be purged with a general purpose grade Relative Thermal (RTI). 0.096", all colors of ABS. If material is accidently overheated in theIndex barrel, both the screw and barrel may have to be cleaned. This may be done by – Electric purging the barrel with acrylic or ABS at very low temperatures. The "cold" acrylic or ABS will UL746B scour the barrel and remove any – With Impact UL746B degraded material. – Without Impact UL746B

Health and Safety Information – Decomposition of Royalite R59M may be caused by excessive residence time at elevated 1 Specific Gravity D-792 1.20 temperatures. Under these conditions, the material may discolor, char, or break down, emitting toxic or corrosive fumes. It is the -3 D-955 hazards, properin/in 3–5 0.125” specimen, 10 available information regarding responsibility of the processor toMold readShrinkage, and become familiar with the use, and handling before working with this product. Information is available in several forms, e.g., Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), physical property D-1238 min 1.8g/10 Melt Flow Rate, 200° C, 5.0Kg(G) data, processing conditions and design guidelines. Consult your Royalite representative for any further considerations .

THE SPARTECH TECHNOLOGY CENTER

85°C 65°C 80°C 1.201 3–5 5.0g/10

Introducing the Spartech Technology Center. NOW OPEN!

* This term and any corresponding data refer to typical performance in the specific tests indicated and should not be construed to imply this material’s behavior under actual fire conditions.

FLAMMABILITY RATINGS

UL our 94 web site at www.spartech.com. Listed UL 94V-0. 0.085", all colors For additional information, please contact Spartech Corporation at (888) 721-4242 or visit UL 94-5VA. 0.085", all colors

UL 94

UL 94V-0. 0.085", red, black, and white

UL 94

Listed

UL 94-5V-1-0 0.096", all colors

UL 94

Listed

UL 94-5VA. 0.081”, all colors

UL 94

Listed

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Our vision is to be the leading supplier of sustainable plastic solutions. Innovation is critical and this new facility enables us to leverage our material science expertise with our processing knowledge and creative design expertise – all under one roof. Bundling these skillsets creates critical mass, enabling Spartech to advance ideas to solutions faster for our customers.

Listed

Color Dependent

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Note: The data listed herein reflect typical molded specimen properties and are the latest available at the time of publication, and reliable to the best knowledge of Royalite. The properties are listed solely to give general guidance and are not to be construed as a warranty or representation for which Royalite assumes responsibility. Customers should undertake sufficient verification to confirm acceptability of the product for the specific application for which it is being purchased. No warranty of fitness for a particular purpose is made.

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Walk the halls of our new 90,000 square foot facility and see how we integrate our core cababilities to develop sustainable solutions for our customers. Take a Virtual Tour...

Our new 90,000 square foot facility enables us to bring together and leverage our core capabilities. Take a Virtual Tour...

State-of-the-art labs with full physical, analytical, weathering and burn testing capabilities.

A Full Complement of Skills and Capabilities The Technology Center has extrusion capabilities for heavy gauge sheet and rollstock, as well as thin gauge capabilities for consumer packaging applications. We can extrude AND thermoform sheet into end-user products. Additionally, the Center features state-of-the-art laboratories with full physical, analytical, weathering, and burn testing capabilities.

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Total Solutions Provider Lastly, the Technology Center is home to IQ PKG™ - Spartech’s integrated, in-house design group, focused on creating new formulations for innovative package design for brand owners and retailers. Learn More...

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Compounding, extrusion and thermoforming capabilities.

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Contact your Spartech representative to schedule a personalized tour of the facility, or call 1-888-721-4242. Celebration C1: Customer Event

Special Report September 2010

Spartech

Forming a SuStainable Future

120 South Central avenue, Suite 1700 Clayton, missouri 63105-1705 Celebration C2: E m p l o y e e Ve r s i o n

Special Report September 2010

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manufacturing footprint and implementing an enterprise-wide Oracle system. This first phase of our strategy is close to completion; but we cannot yet declare victory. We must complete the execution of these initiatives, stabilize our operations and delight our customers. My previous experience in implementing change in a manufacturing environment will help us as we drive forward. On a personal level, I prefer a collaborative management style – working as a team to resolve issues and drive performance. There is little room for defensiveness and we can always learn from our experiences. I believe this works well in our One Spartech culture where everyone contributes to common goals. 2. Given your familiarity with the Company, what changes need to be made to help improve performance? I am most familiar with the Company from a Board members’ perspective. This allows me to come into the CEO role already knowing and believing in Spartech’s strategy – a strategy that is solid, paired with a balance sheet that is sound. Now, we need to focus on execution. Over the next 60 days, I will be listening and learning. I will keep you updated on what I learn and will provide multiple opportunities for you to provide input and feedback to me. I’m confident that focusing on execution will improve our performance. 3. What’s your overall view of the Company? Spartech has gone through extraordinary change over the past couple of years. We

Spartech

Forming a SuStainable Future

Meet Spartech’s New CEO Let me start off by saying that I am honored for the

FIVE QUESTIONS. FIVE ANSWErS. ONE STrATEGY.

have weathered the storm well, and now need to stabilize operations and capitalize on our opportunities. With our improved cost structure and solid cash flow, we should be able to serve customers better than ever. We have huge potential. Between the large resin suppliers and the original equipment manufacturers, there is an increasingly important role for problem solvers, solutions providers, and end-product value creators. The search for sustainable solutions by users of materials provides opportunities for Spartech. No one in our industry is better positioned to succeed in these roles than we are. With the knowledge and experience gained though our core businesses, we understand material science, processing, and design. Our ultimate success will come from pulling these elements together, delivering unique and value-added solutions for our customers, and executing flawlessly. This is an exciting transformation that we are involved in together, and I am really looking forward to the journey with you. 4. Can you summarize the major priorities for the Company in the near term? While there are many initiatives and activities that will take place, my priorities over the next 100 days fall into three main areas: • Stabilize our operations. Finalize the moves and transitions of customers from our plant consolidation activities and meet our key operating metrics with consistency.

opportunity toManage leadourour Company. While I am new as • Focus on sustainability. businesses and resources to execute on Spartech’s CEO, I am not new to Spartech. I have our performance initiatives, safety goals, technology advancements, growthMember for the last five years participated as organic a Board initiatives, people development, and andourknow the Company and the industry first hand. improve communities. • Grow as a solutions provider. Expand our role and become a leading solutions provider using our broad capabilities, Biography materials knowledge, and the creativity of our employees. • 32 years of experience with worldclass manufacturing These three areas will not onlycompanies help us in various sales, organize and focus our business actions inmanagement the near term, but and will executive help guideroles. our efforts in the long term, as well. • Last served as SVP of PPG’s Glass and Fiber Glass division, responsible for $2 5. How does the billion changeofinglobal CEO sales. impact •meEarned and my role as an degree from a chemistry employee?Duke University; MBA from Pace University. Your role does not change. What does started herofcareer change•is In an1979, increased level communiwith Monsanto as a and salesa rep. cation, greater transparency, clearly Worked in numerous positions focused effort. These will provide a stronculminating as Vice President of ger understanding of the Company and its Monsanto’s Acrilan. goals, clarify the importance of your role • Vice these President of Performance in supporting efforts, and increase Solutia before Ijoining the abilityFilms to doat your job better. pledgePPG 2003. and comprehensive to provideinconsistent communications to you, including • Joined the Spartech Boardregular in 2005, serving as Chairman updates on our progress and results. of Wethe Sustainability Committee and a want everyone to set targets for improvmember of of thethe Compensation and ing the performance Company and Committees. deliveringGovernance on our commitments – every

Spartech Technology Center 11650 Lakeside Crossing Court Maryland Heights, MO 63146

Celebration C3: G e n e r i c Ve r s i o n

Vicki Holt, President and CEO

As a Company, we have great employees, a strong product portfolio and significant opportunities for growth and expansion of our customer base. We also have a strong and clear strategy developed by the Leadership Team and the Board of Directors – this strategy remains in place. What changes is a renewed emphasis on the execution of our plan and a focus on our customers. My vision for Spartech encompasses completing the plant consolidations in process and then stabilizing our operations, focusing the core of our business around sustainability, and becoming a leading solutions provider for our customer base. You’ll hear me talk about these concepts often as we go forward – they are crucial to our success. Achieving this vision will take time, diligence and hard work on everyone’s part – beginning with me.

Over the next two months, I will be meeting with employees and customers. Listening to employees and building employee is critical to our success. on the customer relationships is critically important – these conversations will provide additional insight in how we can achieve our vision for Spartech, and I’ll share these discussions with you. We’re all in this together.

Your thoughts, ideas and opinions matter greatly to me. If there is anything you would like to discuss, I’m listening and available. As a start, I’d like to share some of Continue the conversation with me... email: askVicki@Spartech.com or fax: 314.889.8317 the questions I have received over my first couple of weeks, and my initial responses. I look forward to continuing the conversation and building the future of Spartech with you,

FIVE QUESTIONS. FIVE ANSWErS. ONE STrATEGY. 1. Can you share more about your background and how it will serve you as CEO of Spartech? My undergraduate degree is in chemistry and I have an MBA in finance. For the past 32 years, I have been in and around basic materials and manufacturing companies – including selling products to Spartech. I understand the industry and the significant changes that Spartech has undertaken. For me, the challenges facing Spartech have some parallels to what I saw upon joining the PPG Fiber Glass business in 2003. We executed a complete supply chain transformation to make the Fiber Glass business regionally competitive against imports into the US and the EU. Success required detailed execution in our manufacturing plants with a keen eye on servicing our customers. We used disciplined progress tracking with performance metrics and complete visibility. It took a lot of effort with everyone working as a team and learning along the way. Today, Spartech operates in an intense and highly competitive market. We must have a low cost model in order to serve our customers successfully. We embarked on a path to become “One Spartech” by leveraging our size, consolidating our

Vicki Holt, President and CEO

Continue Continue the the conversation conversation with with me... me... email: email: ask.vicki@spartech.com askVicki@Spartech.com or fax: 314.889.8317 314.721.1447

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RETAIL BRANDING AND MESSAGING SIGNAGE AND WAYFINDING ADVERTISING PACKAGING WEBSITE SOCIAL MEDIA

The Market at Busch’s Grove entered the St. Louis area as an upscale grocer focusing on locally sourced, fresh, and all-natural groceries and gourmet take-out located in an historic location. Falk Harrison defined the brand and carried the image through a completely integrated retail experience.

9160 Clayton Road 314.398.9729 www.buschsgrove.com

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UniGroup, Inc.

BRAND LAUNCH ADVERTISING ANNUAL REPORT

UniGroup, Inc., parent company of United Van Lines and Mayflower, is launching UniGroup Worldwide Logistics. Falk Harrison developed an ad campaign aimed at businesses to introduce the company and its global third-party logistics services. The headline – We’ll show you the way – and red lines, indicating multimodal transportation, unite a dynamic campaign of two-page spreads. We also helped them apply the look and feel of the ads to their new website.

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Managing a supply chain is complex. And your business is unique. Let UniGroup Worldwide Logistics design a solution tailored to your needs. We’ll show you the way to a more efficient logistics solution.

Managing a supply chain is complex. And your business is unique. Let UniGroup Worldwide Logistics design a solution tailored to your needs. We’ll show you the way to a more efficient logistics solution.

Managing a supply chain is complex. And your business is unique. Let UniGroup Worldwide Logistics design a solution tailored to your needs. We’ll show you the way to a more efficient logistics solution.

UniGroup Worldwide Logistics is a new name, but the foundation of the company is well-established. It is built on the heritage of United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit, trusted providers of reliable specialized transportation and logistics services for more than 50 years. Based on a network of 1,300 service centers in 146 countries, we are a single source for customized supply chain solutions.

UniGroup Worldwide Logistics is a new name, but the foundation of the company is well-established. It is built on the heritage of United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit, trusted providers of reliable specialized transportation and logistics services for more than 50 years. Based on a network of 1,300 service centers in 146 countries, we are a single source for customized supply chain solutions.

UniGroup Worldwide Logistics is a new name, but the foundation of the company is well-established. It is built on the heritage of United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit, trusted providers of reliable specialized transportation and logistics services for more than 50 years. Based on a network of 1,300 service centers in 146 countries, we are a single source for customized supply chain solutions.

Whether your supply chain is domestic or international, UniGroup Worldwide Logistics manages a global network of resources to show you the way to seamless, dependable and efficient solutions.

Whether your supply chain is domestic or international, UniGroup Worldwide Logistics manages a global network of resources to show you the way to seamless, dependable and efficient solutions.

Whether you are moving cargo domestically or managing an entire supply chain, UniGroup Worldwide Logistics manages a global network of resources to show you the way to seamless, dependable and efficient solutions.

For more information, call (877) 545-8080 or visit us at ugwwlogistics.com

For more information, call (877) 545-8080 or visit us at ugwwlogistics.com

For more information, call (877) 545-8080 or visit us at ugwwlogistics.com

UniGroup Worldwide Logistics, LLC

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FEATUREFEATURE STORY STORY BY TWITTER’S BY TWITTER’S @JACK DORSEY @JACK DORSEY

FEATURE STORY STORY FEATURE BY TWITTER’S BY TWITTER’S @JACK@JACK DORSEYDORSEY

Webster University School of Business and Technology

SCHOOL MAGAZINE STUDENT PROGRAM BRANDING

Webster University School of Business and Technology (SBT) came to Falk Harrison to amplify their international reach through their annual magazine, “Notabene.” The 2010 theme was developed to highlight SBT’s involveFEATURE STORY FEATURE STORY FEATURE STORY FEATURE STORY ment with the ever-changing social media communication channel and its effect on business and technology. BY TWITTER’S BY TWITTER’S BY TWITTER’S Also shown, is the SBT’s International Internship program that pairs students with international companies BY TWITTER’S for a study/work abroad experience. @JACK DORSEY @JACK DORSEY @JACK DORSEY @JACK DORSEY

SBT ALUMNI SUCCESS TO SUCCESS TO SIGNIFICANCE SIGNIFICANCE SPEAKERS SERIES SPEAKERS SERIES

BOOK REVIEWS GLOBAL MBA SBT ALUMNIMBA BOOK REVIEWS GLOBAL MBAGLOBAL MBA SBT ALUMNI BOOK REVIEWS GLOBAL SBT ALUMNI BOOK REVIEWS SUCCESS TO SUCCESS TO PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM SIGNIFICANCE SIGNIFICANCEPROGRAM SPEAKERS SERIES SPEAKERS SERIES

BOOK REVIEWS MBASBTGLOBAL SBT ALUMNI BOOKGLOBAL REVIEWS ALUMNIMBA BOOK REVIEWS GLOBAL MBA BOOKSUCCESS REVIEWS GLOBAL MBA SUCCESS TO SUCCESS TOSBT ALUMNI MISSION WEBSTER SBT TO FACULTY MISSION WEBSTER SBT STUDENTS FACULTY MISSION WEBSTER SBTFACULTY STUDENTS FACULTY MISSION WEBSTER STUDENTS SBT STUDENTS SUCCESS TO SBT ALUMNI PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM BY THE BY THE BY THE BY THE SIGNIFICANCE SIGNIFICANCE SIGNIFICANCE SIGNIFICANCE NUMBERS NUMBERS NUMBERS NUMBERS SPEAKERS SERIES SPEAKERS SPEAKERS SERIES SPEAKERS SERIES SERIES FEATURE STORY BY TWITTER’S @JACK DORSEY

SUCCESS TO SIGNIFICANCE SPEAKERS SERIES

@WebsterU_Biz with @Jack: Twitter, the part-blog part e-mail social networking site, took off in 2009. Tweets bore witness to the swearing-in of Barack Obama as the first African-American U.S. president, they described outer space directly from astronauts in orbit and documented a revolution from the streets of Tehran. Twitter also made at MBA Webster University (@WebsterU) when creator and co-founder Jack Dorsey (@Jack) BOOK REVIEWSnews GLOBAL PROGRAM said “yes” to our tweet to speak on campus.

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SBT ALUMNI

Jack And what that inspires is approachability. It makes organizations, it makes systems, and it makes humans more human.

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FACULTYFACULTYFACULTY MISSION WEBSTER SBTFACULTY WEBSTER SBT STUDENTS STUDENTS WEBSTER SBT MISSION MISSIONMISSION WEBSTER SBT STUDENTS BY THE BY THE BY THE BY THE NUMBERS NUMBERS NUMBERS NUMBERS

STUDENTS FACULTY

NOTA B E N E 2 010

MISSION

dbsaia “Immediacy + transparency + approachability = human connection.” WEBSTER SBT BY THE NUMBERS

Lorifeldman “They’re showing live #jackatwebster tweets up on the screen. A hush falls over the audience as thumbs get shy.”

140

WebsterU_Biz The result was more than 1400 tweets making the #jackatwebster discussion one of the top 10 trending topics on #Twitter. cosmosgirl “Who ever said #STL wasn’t tech savvy was wrong! Awesome job @ WebsterU #jackatwebster is now trending (via @scorchagency, via @sbolen)

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Webster U_Biz @Jack himself tweeted about his day 37 times to his 1.3 million followers

Benjamin_Akande #Twitter has successfully created a new equation that states 1+1 equals countless possibilities. 1+1 is equal to 3, to 300, to 3 million! WebsterU_Biz It is equal to the power of the written word in 140 characters. Succinct and concise #Twitter has become universal in sharing ideas. So on Sept. 18 @WebsterU_Biz honored @Jack Dorsey, creator of #Twitter, as @WebsterU ‘s 2009 Person of The Year at one-of-a-kind TweetUp.

WebsterU_Biz @Jack also broke the news that his hometown of #STL would play a part in his next company being announced soon.

They learned how the #entrepreneur took his passion for innovation, and in 2006 built #Twitter in two weeks. Now users help rebuild it. “We learned a lot from #Twitter. A lot of what you see today is from the users; the @, the word #tweet and #retweet came from our users

“This work has inspired and distilled three concepts that I have dedicated my life to: immediacy, transparency and approachability. If you have immediacy you can inspire transparency because people become ‘of the moment’ and every word they write is valuable.”

FACULTY

MISSION

WEBSTER SBT BY THE NUMBERS

The #STLCards ended up winning as did the world by getting a glimpse inside #Twitter through the man who made it happen Jack Thanks you WEBSTER! You are AWESOME!

Twitter registered more than 1400 tweets about @Jack’s visit to Webster, making our special #JackatWebster hashtag about the event Twitter’s No. 6 trending topic for the day. To read all the tweets, including @Jack’s from that day, go to www.webster.edu/notabene2010.

GLOBAL MBA PROGRAM

SBT by the Numbers: STUDENTS

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SUCCESS TO SIGNIFICANCE SPEAKERS SERIES

SBT ALUMNI

BOOK REVIEWS

GLOBAL MBA PROGRAM

110,000

School of Business & Technology alumni worldwide

26

Undergraduate and graduate degrees offered

123

Number of countries represented by the student body

13,572

School of Business & Technology students worldwide

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early summer 2011 application deadline: November 19, 2010 Final summer 2011 application deadline: January 21, 2011 For information and application information: Stephanie Kessler, Assistant Director 314-246-5979 | skessler12@webster.edu | www.webster.edu/ibie

MayorSlay Whereas @Jack founded @Twitter Whereas that’s a big deal Whereas Jack is ours Therefore I, @MayorSlay call 9/18/09 Jack Twitter Day in #STL. WebsterU_Biz The #STLCards then honored this notable innovator by putting @Jack on the mound for the first pitch of the #CardsCubs baseball game.

FEATURE STORY BY TWITTER’S @JACK DORSEY

BOOK REVIEWS

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Following his address @WebsterU and a luncheon with @Websterpres Beth Stroble, @Jack received the Keys to The City of #STL.

So we became really good listeners to how people were using this system and really good editors to reflect what they wanted,” @Jack said.

SBT ALUMNI

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True to his tease, the new mobile payment service #Square announced in December is now being used by businesses in #STL.

Hundreds on @WebsterU ‘s #STL home campus, thousands online and millions via #Twitter took in @Jack’s story.

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WebsterU_Biz The “Tweet Me in St. Louis” Tweetup included a giant screen where @Jack saw live #tweet comments and questions from all over the world.

On 9/18/09 @Jack was named our Person of the Year, received the Keys to The City of #STL & threw out the first pitch at the Cards/Cubs game

FEATURE STORY BY TWITTER’S @JACK DORSEY

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STUDENTS

What’s happening?

The School of Business & Technology

Are you ready to change your world?

Number of SBT students and alumni currently serving as generals, majors, and admirals in the U.S. military

International Business Internship Exchange in Partnership with the State of Missouri

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Use your QR code reader app on your smartphone to access more information about the IBIE program online.


Webster University According to the school’s administration, Webster University had not published an annual report or university report for many years. With Webster’s centennial fast approaching in 2015, the school engaged Falk Harrison to produce a printed and online university report that presented their unique offering: a global education with local connections, nearly unparalleled diversity, and a bold transformational experience for everyone involved. Falk Harrison designed a big and bold, high-production-value book, with gate-folds and French-Fold pages on environmentally friendly paper. The Web version is designed using Parallax Scrolling for ease of use, and for a layering of the image-rich content.

ANNUAL REPORT PARALLAX ONLINE ANNUAL REPORT

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