The first Hopkins Raspberry Festival was held in 1935. Since then, it has become a Twin Cities institution. The raspberry fields are long gone, but each year over 100,000 festival-goers come to celebrate anyway. Platt Hollow Road designs a new theme each year to help promote this popular Minnesota summer event–and celebrate its history through a variety of marketing materials including posters, advertisements and the ever-popular ‘button book.’

Hopkins

Raspberry

Festival

Promotional Posters and

Marketing Materials

The first Hopkins Raspberry Festival was held in 1935. Since then, it has become a Twin Cities institution. The raspberry fields are long gone, but each year over 100,000 festival-goers come to celebrate anyway. Platt Hollow Road designs a new theme each year to help promote this popular Minnesota summer event–and celebrate its history through a variety of marketing materials including posters, advertisements and the ever-popular ‘button book.’