Sertinos Café has a plethora of items on their menu. Everything from espresso, imported teas and lemonade to grilled paninis and smoothies. And with such variety on the menu comes just as much variety in their business. Sertinos Café has expanded to their food truck that pops up around Southeast Texas, and now they’ve expanded to Sertinos Coffee kiosks inside of H-E-B grocery stores in Texas. When you walk through the entrance of the Texas grocery giant, you’ll smell the swirling, soothing aroma of lattes and gourmet coffees – the exclusive coffee served hot, fresh and customized to your liking.
The H-E-B store in Houston at Barker-Cypress has seen much success in a short amount of time, and now the H-E-B location on Dowlen Rd. in Beaumont is unveiled to a delicious applause. This weekend - Saturday at 6 AM - the espresso machines were in full swing to kick off a new beginning in Beaumont and a new way to shop for groceries. A wonderful marriage of Sertinos and H-E-B will surely give shoppers a more flavorful way to shop, and just in time for the holidays. We’ve had the pleasure of working up signage, posters, ads and other work for the launch. Something else that is new with Sertinos are the holiday promotions. Sertinos has not promoted much by way of holiday drinks and seasonal flair, but we’ve enjoyed changing that this year. With a few ads on facebook and printed posters for in-store promotion, Sertinos is now letting the customers know that there is more to holiday flavors than just sprinkling cinnamon and all spice on your frappe.
Look for more to come with Sertinos this year and check out a gourmet coffee as you shop for your holiday goodies at H-E-B. Americom is proud of the new work and rest assured we’re keeping our pallets busy as we go from Americano to Caramel Latté to Dark Roast Coffee to Mocha to…
Our creative team at Americom Marketing has designed some really fun projects this year, but this latest one may be the biggest yet. We are pleased to share some photos of our wall design for the Ben Rogers Regional Visitors Center.