SMADC Announces Request for Proposal for Creative Services Provider; 05-JUNE Deadline


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The Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission (SMADC), a division of the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland is requesting proposals for a creative services provider to enhance the SMADC brand and programs for farmers and consumers.

SMADC is seeking a creative services partner with a proven track record of creative excellence in graphic design and the ability to execute a corporate suite of creative services projects that includes design and maintenance for existing SMADC websites, corporate promotional items, informational literature, and SMADC’s communications and social media platforms. Corporate design continuity, and delivering a consistent and engaging image, is a priority across all SMADC’s communication platforms and outreach projects.

The provider’s overall objective will be to maintain and enhance an awareness for SMADC branding and programs among farmers, consumers and agricultural related organizations. The ideal client-provider relationship should be collaborative; leveraging the respective strategic and tactical strengths and resources of the provider and SMADC. The Creative Services Agreement shall be for one year commencing July 1, 2020.

Proposals must be submitted electronically by 4:00 p.m. EST on June 5, 2020. Samples of work may be submitted to the SMADC offices by 4:00 p.m. EST on June 5, 2020, at 15045 Burnt Store Road, P.O. Box 745, Hughesville, MD 20637.

To download the RFP visit 'News and Events' on the SMADC website at For questions, please contact Cia Morey at, or call (240) 525-8850, Ext. 322.



The Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission (SMADC), a division of the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, is committed to: a) a market-driven and sustainable farming future as Maryland transitions away from tobacco. b) a Maryland where farmland preservation, and environmental stewardship positively impact the quality of our air and water and c) cultivating awareness among consumers and leaders of the vital role our farms play in a balanced community, safe, nutritious food and a cleaner and healthier environment. To learn more about additional programs and resources, contact SMADC, P. O. Box 745, Hughesville, MD 20637; phone: 240-528-8850, fax: 301-274-1924; email ; or visit