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Nick Seay recognized in Fredericksburg’s Free Lance-Star for Reagan coins

Originally published in the Free Lance-Star on 9/22/2011

Football teams to flip Seay’s Reagan coins
Local man designs Ronald Reagan commemorative coin

BY BILL FREEHLING

A Ronald Reagan commemorative coin that will be flipped before football games across the nation this weekend has Fredericksburg ties.

Washington-based Beveridge Seay Inc., whose president is Fredericksburg resident Nick Seay, designed and produced the Reagan coin to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 40th U.S. president’s birth on Feb. 6, 1911. More >

Beveridge Seay website adopts new technologies

The Web is constantly evolving as new browsers and new technologies mature and gain adoption in the marketplace. And as the Web evolves, the Beveridge Seay website is evolving too. More >

Centennial commemorative coin to honor President Ronald Reagan

To celebrate President Ronald Reagan’s 100th birthday, Beveridge Seay was asked by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library to design a commemorative coin to honor the 40th President of the United States. Coins will be used as game-toss coins for the 2011-12 football season in 14,000 High Schools; 120 NCAA Division I, II, III teams; and 32 NFL football teams. View the Reagan Centennial Coins >

What makes a good logo a good logo? A non-designer’s guide

Designers have been putting their clients into a terribly unfair position for far too long by asking them to determine the merits of a logo for their organization without educating them on proper evaluative measures. What’s worse is these same designers will express great frustration when said clients make “unreasonable” requests such as: “We’re a bike company. Why isn’t our logo a bike?” and “My wife hates the color green. Can we use blue instead?” More >

State-of-the-art animal healthcare facility opens in southern Jersey

The Tri-State Animal Emergency Center recently opened its doors in southern New Jersey, serving pet owners and referring veterinary hospitals with a state-of-the-art animal healthcare facility and cutting edge diagnostic and treatment capabilities. The Center is open 24-hours per day, every day of the year, supporting the greater Philadelphia area, Southern New Jersey and Delaware. More >