case study

Gruene Historic District

The Company

Since 1974, the Gruene Historic District has striven to make the town of Gruene Texas a premiere tourist destination while maintaining its turn-of-the-century Texas Hill Country charm. Through wise investment and thoughtful renovation, Pat Molak and Mary Jane Nalley have turned a ghost town into a thriving cultural hot spot of fun and history.

Services Performed

Branding
Website
Creative
Production

THE PROBLEM

Since 1974, the Gruene Historic District has striven to make the town of Gruene Texas a premiere tourist destination while maintaining its turn-of-the-century Texas Hill Country charm. When it came time to marry this folksy tradition to the latest digital marketing initiatives, Gruene turned to AMMO for the job. Additionally, they needed total identity and marketing for a new event, “Come and Taste It”, which would be marketed to an expanded audience.

THE SOLUTION

The AMMO Group developed a slick and functional website which serves as the hub for the myriad shows and events happening seven days a week at historic Gruene Hall. “Come and Taste It” got the full branding treatment, with a unique logo that combined Texas history with the lightheartedness of a music festival.

Work Samples