Monday, April 30, 2012

Unitech Training Academy Unveils New Website

 For Immediate Release
Media Contact:
Julie Calzone
337.235.2924 ext. 18
Unitech Training Academy Contact:
Samantha Cole
Unitech Training Academy Unveils New Website
(Lafayette, La.) – Unitech Training Academy has recently unveiled a new website designed by Calzone, a Louisiana-based full-service advertising, marketing, and public relations firm.
The new website offers an appealing color palette and information layout for effortless navigation. In the header is a search field, where site visitors can easily find what they’re looking for. Also in the header are calls to action: schedule a visit, apply now, and request info. These calls to action are available in the left sidebar throughout the site, and make finding out more information an easy next step for any visitor. Links to social media are prevalent so visitors can connect with the school in places other than the website.
Success stories with photos bring the campus and its training to life as a rotating set of images ask the visitor, “Are you ready for the training you deserve?” Unitech Training Academy was founded to provide hard-working individuals the skills and training they need to nurture productive careers. A growing list of campuses is available at the bottom of the homepage; contacting a certain campus is made simple. Newsletter sign up keeps those interested updated about events, new programs, new campuses, current student and graduate success stories and much more.
Social media integration brings the Unitech Training Academy website to the public through YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. Further, the Unitech Training Academy Facebook page provides a separate tab for each campus that mirrors the site’s design. Each tab provides contact information and a newsletter sign up specifically for each campus, which makes targeting messages to different publics much more streamlined, efficient and practical.
“We wanted our website to reflect the professionalism we practice here at Unitech Training Academy,” says Samantha Cole, Director of Marketing at Unitech Training Academy. “Our school trains students to be professional and effective in their careers and we think that comes across in the new design from Calzone. It’s clean, simple, and easy to navigate. Our website is the starting point for most of our students and we think the design creates the correct impression of scholarship that our students are seeking.”
About Unitech Training Academy
Beginning with one program in 1997, the Certified Nursing Assistant program, the school now offers many other programs such as Dental Assisting, Diagnostic Ultrasound Sonography, Medical Assistant, Computer Information Systems, EKG/Phlebotomy Technician, Physical Therapy Technician, Pharmacy Technician Preparedness, Administrative Medical Assistant and Massage Therapy. With campuses in Lake Charles, Lafayette, Houma, Alexandria, West Monroe and Metairie, Unitech strives to meet the needs and demands of the community and surrounding parishes. The school believes that the training  it does directly and appropriately reflects from its students' performance, attitude and capability of their work. Unitech Training Academy also realizes the overwhelming need in the community for professionally trained persons. It is Unitech Training Academy's philosophy to provide the community with a choice of desirable, productive, and well-trained individuals.
For more information, contact Samantha Cole at the Unitech Training Academy Office in Lafayette by calling 337-988-4042 or

Thursday, April 26, 2012


SoundTown is an innovative approach in philanthropic giving by D.R. Horton Builders, Sugarmill Pond, Dunn's Designs and McDonald's of Acadiana.  This fundraising concert event will raise funds and awareness for ABC's & Do-Re-ME!, an early childhood literacy program that the ASO will pilot at Trumann Montessori Fall 2012.  ABC's & Do-Re-ME! will provide a music program that supports early childhood literacy and kindergarten preparedness to close to 500 four year olds in Acadiana.  This is a first of its kind in Acadiana and in the nation.

Acadiana Symphony Orchestra and Conservatory of Music along with sponsors D.R. Horton Builders, Sugarmill Pond, Dunn's Designs and McDonald's of Acadiana present SoundTown, a FREE concert performance and family fun day on Sunday, May 6, 2012, 2-6 pm! Featuring Roddie Romero, and Chubby Carrier in foot stomping tunes with moving performances by the Conservatory Chorus, members from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Acadiana music program and other Conservatory students. Concert attendees can enjoy free trolley rides to view D.R. Horton homes, kids can enjoy fun jumps and explore musical activities provided by the ASO staff.
When: Sunday, May 6, 2012, 2 pm - 6 pm

Where: Youngsville, LA - Sugarmill Pond


Wednesday, April 25, 2012

New Identity

Every now and again companies revamp their identities. Sometimes it is just new packaging; Coke changes their packaging fairly often for different campaigns, i.e. the winter polar bears. Other times, an identity change happens  to the logo itself. Here at Calzone, we not only expand our clients' markets, we also update the brands we promote. The Stables at Le Bocage now has a new logo: a cocky rooster (pun intended) with a traditional and sophisticated color scheme. Their new logo is cleaner and more modern than the old and it captures the class and pride of The Stables at Le Bocage.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Thursday, April 5, 2012


Thank you both so much for your attention to our event. I do believe we have
all that we need. We always have so much going on in our offices with the
conservatory and symphony, so it's such a great help to me to have some
beautiful work just handed to us! I can't thank you enough! We appreciate
you guys SO MUCH!!!!

Lana Carver
Marketing Director
Acadiana Symphony Orchestra