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October 7, 2012

Bramlett & Associates turns 10

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NORMAN —

In 2011 the business expanded to include sales and installation of audio, video and lighting equipment.

“This is a field I’ve been in for nearly 20 years,” Colby Bramlett said. “Now we’re merging that expertise with our design and video production capabilities so we can offer a more complete package for our customers. For example, not only can we make a great commercial or promotional video, but our client can display it in their business with professional equipment.”

While their work for local and regional businesses has been the bread and butter for Bramlett & Associates, the company remains passionate about supporting non-profits and ministries. Creating promotional videos and other advertising materials for such organizations as the United Way of Norman, The Cleveland County Family YMCA, Heartline, the Center for Children and Families, East Main Place, Mary Abbott Children’s House, the Sarkeys Foundation and Thunderbird Clubhouse is one way the group lives out its passion.

Further, Colby Bramlett serves on the board of Mary Abbott Children’s House, Krystyn Bramlett is concluding her second term on the East Main Place board and beginning a term with Norman Addiction Information and Counseling, and Christopher serves on the United Way of Norman board and on the Norman Economic Development Coalition board.

Krystyn Bramlett and Christopher serve as co-chairs of Oklahoma City’s Go Red For Women campaign and Christopher also serves on the Day of Caring Committee and on an United Way impact council. The company also participates annually in the Day of Caring.

“Norman has been so good to us, we want to do what we can to give back and make this the best community it can be,” Krystyn Bramlett said.

In addition to the owners, Bramlett & Associates employs a staff of four creative professionals. The company serves a wide range of clients in Norman, central Oklahoma and throughout the state and region.

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