Redline Company, a multi-award winning marketing and advertising agency based in Marbella, celebrates being chosen to provide a design for the CIT Marbella gala dinner - two years consecutively. All participants in the making of this event will be thanked during a gala dinner attended by local dignitaries including the Mayoress of Marbella, to be held on the 30th of November 2012. This year Redline celebrates 8 years as a professional marketing agency working for businesses based on the Costa del Sol, throughout mainland Spain and also in the UK. The company is an active member of CIT; Andalucía's largest and most important networking association created in 1989 to promote tourism, trade and environmental conservation in the region. Today there are over 500 members including the Marbella Tourist Board. The Marbella Town Hall is also close association with CIT Marbella. CIT were looking to collaborate with talented graphic designers and Redline were selected amongst entries submitted by talented graphic designers from around the region. The exacting brief specified that the design should convey the importance of CIT and its network of members. Redline's honeycomb-style design conveys the message both graphically and through an inspirational slogan stating "union makes us stronger". Redline provides the full range of traditional marketing services, from planning a campaign, logo design, corporate branding, website design, graphic design, copywriting and press liaison - plus the latest online marketing techniques such as QR codes, mobile websites, apps, Google Analytics and of course social media. [caption id="attachment_1016" align="aligncenter" width="200"] Lulu Berretta and Line Lyster with María Ángeles Muñoz the Mayor of Marbella[/caption] Line Lyster, co-founder of Redline, says "We're thrilled that Redline has once again been chosen to collaborate in the design - two years in a row. Redline is a committed member of the CIT and recognises that valuable contribution the association makes not only to local business but the well-being of the entire region."