Huntingburg resident opens design, marketing businessApril 20, 2016
From Local Sources
HUNTINGBURG — A Huntingburg woman is transforming her part-time passion into a full-time business.
Crystal Buehler announced the launch of her new business, Buehler Designs, LLC, today.
The new business offers a wide array of services, including graphic design, social media management and web development.
“I’ve been doing graphic design as a hobby for the past 6 years in the community, but have decided to take it up a notch and launch it as a full-time business. I’m looking forward to supporting the marketing efforts of southern Indiana businesses,” Buehler said in a press release about the new business.
Crystal and her husband, Andy, live in Huntingburg with their three children. She graduated from Ball State University and currently serves as a Destination Huntingburg board member.
Buehler says she has worked with many local clients, and that she looks forward to expanding her base of both businesses and individuals for all needs and occasions.
Her website, www.BuehlerDesigns.com contains information about available services including website and logo design as well as print and social media needs.
For additional information, contact Buehler Designs, LLC at 812-827-8428. The business is also on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/BuehlerDesigns.
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