Designed By Kelly celebrates its third anniversary with an incredible price


Designed By Kelly celebrates its third anniversary with incredible prices!

Designed by Kelly, a small business focused on providing affordable web design, graphic design, branding and social media management services for small businesses and non-profit organizations, announced that it will offer prizes to celebrate its third anniversary.

Designed by Kelly began after a friend of Kelly’s, Bryant Lee, pastor of Higher Expectations Church and the Transformation Outreach Center, encouraged her to use her love and design skills to help others. His main goal with Designed by Kelly is to offer design and branding at an affordable price while building a connection with his customers. After three years, Kelly was able to grow her business from one woman into a team of five working to help grow Designed by Kelly even more.

The week of May 2 will kick off giveaway week, and will also be the opening of the Designed by Kelly online store and the first episode of Coffee Talks with Kelly, a podcast where the Designed by Kelly team shares their stories as well than others through their journeys in small business, nonprofits and design. As a thank you to Pastor Bryant Lee, our first customer, 10% of our store’s proceeds will go to the Transformation Outreach Center. There will also be a 10% discount the week of the birthday for any purchase made in our shop.

To celebrate and thank everyone for their support, Designed by Kelly will be giving away two website landing page designs – one for a non-profit organization and one for a small business and will also be giving away a free branding package. They will also be offering 5 days of freebies open to everyone which will consist of a free $20 gift card each day during their birthday week.

To register for the giveaway, May 2-9, go to www.designedbykelly. org/gift to participate. You can also visit them online to schedule a free consultation and receive more information about any of their services.


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