Haven Creative Celebrates with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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With clients, family and friends gathered on the second floor of 400 E South Main Street, Mayor Stephen Maher welcomed Haven Creative as the newest business to Waxhaw’s bustling downtown.  Haven’s top maven, Jeni Bukolt, received congratulations and good wishes from the Waxhaw Business Association, Union County Chamber of Commerce and local businesses who have tapped Haven’s talent for marketing and communications needs.

It was a natural to move the burgeoning business to downtown Waxhaw, Bukolt explained. “What started in my home, my little haven, has now naturally moved to the community where we can best serve our clients,” Bukolt said during the recent Grand Opening.

Bukolt and her team are the creative powerhouse behind local design efforts, including the Town of Waxhaw’s newsletter, website and logo, Waxhaw Entrepreneur’s logo, the Waxhaw Volunteer Fire Department’s video, as well as the soon-to-open 4th Corner Coffee Roasters, formerly known as Sospeso.

“We started working with Haven Creative two years ago when we rebranded Sospeso,” owner Janet Baker says. “Jeni understood who we were as a brand, and she took us from a small company to a professional brand.” As Baker now readies to open the new coffee-desert bakery down the road from Haven’s new offices, she turned to Bukolt once again for a new logo design and look. “Anytime I have a question about how something might fit our brand, or if we want to do something new, I’m on the phone with Jeni. She helps articulate how something may or may not fit into our brand.”

Bill Higgs, book author of Mustang: The Story, also knew who to turn to when it was time to launch his book. Haven worked on the book’s design, video trailer and marketing collateral and serves as the book’s public relations arm. “Now we’re working on another business book with Haven, at the same time I’m working with Jeni on my speaking engagements,” he says. “They are a fantastic partner.”

Bukolt’s community ties run deep, and she has supported various community events since relocating to Waxhaw from California in 2012.  Haven Creative supports the Millbridge Marvins, Cuthbertson High School football, and Waxhaw Farmer’s Market Farm to Table event, to name a few. “I could not have been here today, in our new office space, without the support of the wonderful people in this community,” Bukolt said during the Grand Opening. “We are looking forward to continuing to help local businesses and events grow.”

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Anna Prokos
As an author of more than 50 children's books, Anna Prokos enjoys crafting stories that engage, entertain and educate readers of all ages. She loves to coach aspiring authors, speak about writing and publishing, and edit manuscripts to help others get published. Originally from NJ, she and her family lovingly now call Waxhaw home.

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