Welcome to RED, Inc. Communications.
RED, Inc. Communications (RED, Inc.) is a women-owned small business (WOSB) and economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB). We provide business support services, complete media consulting, strategic planning, branding, web publishing and development, graphic design, and technical publications support services to clients in both the government and private sectors. The company was formed in 1993 and has grown to provide award-winning creative and communications services nationwide. For samples of past and current RED, Inc. projects, go to our portfolio section, and when you're ready for assistance with your communications or publication needs, we hope you'll contact us.
Linda Keele - Owner/Manager
RED, Inc. Wins New Contracts
RED, Inc. was recently awarded two new contracts for Graphic Design and Production Services (Visual Information Support). Over the next five years, the compnay will provide graphic design, web design and development, video production, and photography services in support of operations at
- Columbus Air Force Base Mississippi
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory Colorado
RED, Inc. alse received a contract with the Joint Fire Science Program and National Interagency Fire Center to prepare a report commemorating the 20th year of the Joint Fire Science Program. The report is a retrospective report summarizing results and impacts of the fire sceince research from 1998 throug 2017. RED, Inc. is providing writing, editing, layout and design, printing and distribution of the final report.
"Perfect. This is excellent. I appreciate you patience with me. Sometime it takes some time to get the "rock" rendered. "
"Kudos from the GMLC communicators conference call:
We want to give a huge shoutout to those of you who helped the P.I.s with their posters. There was nice consistency and it was a very successful poster session. Huge thanks to those who helped pull those together. They will be posted to DOE and GMLC websites. Communications support really showed because it made the information more digestible."