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To bring out our clients' brightest colors. We believe in doing what we LOVE and working with people that value what we do.

Genesis Marketing takes your colors and brightens them. We have the ability to analyze your color palette and showcase your brightest colors.

We adapt to your colors and inspire consumers to fall in love with your brightest colors.

Things We Do


We send your colors jumping off the page.

Professional, result-driven projects are what you can expect from Genesis Marketing. We design logos, brochures, catalogs, business cards and other printed collateral for your company. If you're looking for experienced, professional, affordable designs, please call us today!

(509) 777-1120

We want to hear what your visions are as well as share our visions and collaborate until we create the best name for your brand. We do not just work for you; we work with you to help you achieve your goals.
The BEST print ads make you look twice. Genesis Marketing will make sure your print ads pass the 2 second test. Your potential customers need to know what your offer is, and how to get it within 2 seconds.
Here are a few guidelines Genesis Marketing follows when creating your print ads.

How do you create a print ad that’s convincing and triggers action? Here are nine rules for designing effective print ads based on the analysis of tens of thousands of ads.1

1. Don’t say too much. Limit to one key message.
If your ad is too busy, your potential customers will glance at it rather read it, and you will lose sales. Does your ad have a lot of empty space? Your answer should be “yes.”
2. Provide potential customers with all the necessary information.
Bullet-point lists give detailed info in an easy-to-read fashion.
3. Go big or go home. In print advertising, size is important.
A larger ad draws the eye and generates more calls. It also allows you to include all the important information without appearing cluttered.
4. Make the title fairly big and set it off nicely.
The text should be clear, simple and short. Ideally, emphasize the benefits to the customer.

Refer to the quality of the service and give customers the impression that they will be taken care of.
5. Select an image that reinforces the title’s message.
Potential customers must be able to identify with the image.
6. Target the main problem that you will solve for your customers.
But be careful – the message must be positive. If you help your customers overcome difficult situations, highlight the solution, not the problem. People react negatively to problems, and unconsciously, many might associate this reaction with your business – something you definitely want to avoid.
7. Include an external reference as a seal of quality, if possible.
A prize won or membership in a professional association will reassure your potential customers.
8. Lower psychological barriers that prevent your customers from taking the next step.
9. Make it easy for potential customers to contact you.
Include your company’s name, telephone number and email, website and physical addresses in a way that’s easy to understand at first glance.

We are obsessively committed to growing our customers' business. Our strength is to customize our services to perfectly match your needs. We pride ourselves on being “Freaky Flexible” with our core values directly connected to our obsession to be our BEST for our clients.

Meet the Genesis Marketing Team

Genesis Marketing is a full-service marketing agency that offers a range of customized marketing plans and strategies that bring out the best colors of our clients. We have assembled a talented team of creative curators, diligent event planners, word smiths, analytical gurus, number nerds, & organizational freaks that are dedicated to working on big challenges in honest collaboration with our clients. We are a group of crazy like-minded individuals that love to play hard, but work even harder.   [Apply for an Internship]

Mary Kae Repp

Chief Color Coordinator
Owner of Genesis Marketing -- Bringing Peoples Dreams to Life in the Most Colorful Way Possible



Supreme Color Clarifier
General Administrative Duties, Social Media and Co-Op Claims


Paxton McKinney

Media Placement Strategist
Strategist that optimizes media placement whether traditional or online.


Robb Davis

Website Virtuoso
Web & Graphic Design, Search Engine Optimization, Database Management, Analytics


John Rawley

Curator of Creativity
Our Go-To Guy for All Things Creative


Angie Macedo

Social Media Maven
Online Marketing, Visual Design, Social Media Management


Cailyn Connelly

Technical Writing Aficionado
Our Go-To "Proofer" & Social Media Superhero

Genesis Marketing believes in the science of happiness. We work hard every day to be at our “BEST” through working on being “Heliotropic”.

What is being Heliotropic?
(As defined from Mary Kae’s friend Dr. Harry Cohen)
  • Be REAL
  • Be KIND
  • Follow through on commitments
  • Be Compassionate
  • Make people feel GREAT
  • Be at your BEST and put people at their BEST
We believe that in acting this way we bring out our best performance, creativity, and our best health.

Recently, a critical mass of research has provided what might be the most basic and irrefutable argument in favor of happiness: Happiness and good health go hand-in-hand. Indeed, scientific studies have been finding that happiness can make our hearts healthier, our immune systems stronger, and our lives longer. Several of the studies cited below suggest that happiness causes better health; others suggest only that the two are correlated—perhaps good health causes happiness but not the other way around. Happiness and health may indeed be a virtuous circle, but researchers are still trying to untangle their relationship.

We like to think our weekly color emails make people happier...this is our desire and wish for all who receive them.

Happiness is researched to do these six things for your life:

Remaining Positive, Relaxed, and Mindful
    1. Happiness protects your heart
    2. Happiness strengthens your immune system
    3. Happiness combats stress
    4. Happy people have fewer aches and pains
    5. Happiness combats disease and disability
    6. Happiness lengthens our lives

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September 24th, 2018 // by John Rawley

If you've received my late night emails before then you may know that I'm a night owl. Or, at least I was. 
Recently, I've been trying to make a better effort with maintaining a nightly routine, and with the awesome results I'm experiencing, I was inspired to share this with you. 
I a few years ago I was able to stay up late almost every night with really no noticeable effects the following day. However, over the last year or so, this has changed. On nights that I stay up late, especially consecutive nights, I really notice a difference in my general mood, productivity, and the overall day the next day. 
Now, being a busybody, it's often hard to let myself fall asleep as early as I want. But in addition to hitting the sack on time, I've found several additional ways to build a nightly routine that helps me get to bed on time, have a better quality sleep, and therefore have a better, more productive day in the morning.  Following, are some tips, but I encourage you to find what works best for you!
Unpacking from Work
Instead of getting home and throwing my keys, phone, backpack, wallet etc. all over the house, I try to put everything away in the same place day after day, in one location so that it's easy to just grab my stuff and go the next morning. 
Not eating right before Bed 
Bumping up the time I eat dinner has helped me kick-off my evening routine. You can relax better and earlier with a full belly and the kitchen cleaned up, knowing you still have some time to relax before going to bed. 
Dimming the Lights
Recently I've purchased those new smart lightbulbs for my house, which allow me to set a timer to have them start to slowly dim. This helps my body get ready for sleep at the same time nightly. If you don't have smart light bulbs, you can just turn down the lights when you're ready. 
 Avoid the Screens 
This one is hard for me because I love tv, being on my laptop and using my phone after dinner.
But I find this one really helps. Try to avoid binging on entertainment when you're about to go to bed. It really helps me relax.
I hope that some of these tips help you get the most out of your nightly routine. 
Some of these tips were inspired by a video I watched a while back which is linked below. But, I encourage you to find the routine that works for you!

This week's color email courtesy of:

John Rawley
Curator of Creativity // Genesis Marketing

Genesis Marketing / (509) 777-1120 / Spokane, WA

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