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Uploaded on Feb 3, 2016
Scott: Hey Tim, thanks for getting on this call with us. We know Alex and the Creative Complex appreciate this. Can you start out by telling us a little about yourself?
Tim Cox: I am the lead pastor of Miami Valley Church just outside of Dayton. Our church is twenty years old and we've decided to rebrand and form a new vision for where we would like to go. We met Alex and his team at a conference in Orlando, and we thought they could help us do that. This was nearly two and a half years ago, and Alex was a sponsor for the vision and branding of a church.
Scott: What intrigued you about him to reach out and rebrand your church?
Tim: His heart. His compassion and vision, and his respect for God's plan for our church. His expertise in this field is amazing, and he also shared with me some things that God is doing in his life, and even his personal story is quite amazing. He was kind of rebranding himself at the time.
Scott: What projects did Alex help you with specifically as you were rebranding your church?
Tim: Alex helped us to identify who we were, and this allowed us to develop a new name, a new logo, a new web page, business cards, letterheads, and more. His team sat down with us and helped us find out exactly what we wanted to do, and then they told us how we could accomplish the task.
Scott: What's the best part of working with Creative Complex?
Tim: As a pastor, it's hard to trust anyone else with God's vision that he has given you, but Alex and his team took the extra effort to translate my vision into something that they could do. They did a lot of hard work to understand who we were and what we were trying to do.
Scott: Could you share a specific story where Alex went above and beyond your expectations?
Tim: We were pretty new to the process and I'm sure we caused his team some frustrations along the way. Alex would call me personally to make sure he had our vision right. I would spill my heart to him and he would listen, and I think that's a pretty extraordinary ability these days. He also travelled all the way from Miami to come and see what our church was like from a first-hand perspective. I don't think many other people would ever have made that effort.
Scott: If you were talking to someone who was on the fence about hiring Alex for a re-brand, what would you tell them?
Tim: I'd tell them that we didn't just speak with Alex throughout the process, but everyone was more than willing to listen. I can't overstate how important it was that Alex took the extra time to understand our vision and what we were trying to accomplish.