NatCom Picks Up Another HUD Project

ATLANTA NatCom Marketing said it has been tapped to develop a print advertising campaign for the federal government’s department of Housing and Urban Development.

According to the Miami shop, it will design brochures, trade booth illustrations and print ads in English and Spanish for HUD’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization in Washington, D.C. The campaign is set to launch in consumer and small business trade publications in the first quarter of 2004.

NatCom said it has worked with HUD for nearly three years. The agency launched OSDBU’s “Small Business Blueprint” campaign in 2001. The OSDBU develops small business contracting opportunities for HUD. The “Blueprint” series was created to find new ways to communicate contracting opportunities to the small business community.

“HUD is a very important client of NatCom,” said Bob Rodriguez, agency president. “We are excited to continue to do diversity-centric projects for them.”