Uncle Sassy Asked YOU to Vote and You Did!

Oaktree Products invited any and all to choose the next cover of the company’s product catalog scheduled for availability in January of 2013.  Three different catalog covers were created including a traditional cover with an oak tree, a whimsical cover with an artsy oak tree, and a third cover with acorn representing the beginning of life for an oak tree.  During the month of October, followers of this blog were able to select their favorite cover by voting via polldaddy.com.  The results from nearly 500 voters are in and stay tuned as we will soon unveil the cover chosen by our customers!  Thank you for your participation!

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A.U. Bankaitis, PhD is a clinical Audiologist with extensive clinical, research, and business experience within the hearing industry. Dr. Bankaitis created this blog to educate her colleagues on viable product solutions for their patients and/or clinical practice.
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22 Responses to Uncle Sassy Asked YOU to Vote and You Did!

  1. Kathy says:

    I vote for the tree.

  2. DMH says:

    I like the acorns as the picture is up close and personal and voted for them. The oak tree, while majestic is too far removed and somewhat ‘aloof’. I find it hard to connect to. Though I tend to like whimsy, I didn’t feel like it fit here.

  3. Gary Guilfoyle, Au.D. says:

    The tree is serene, but I voted for the acorns since they are an “oak trees products”. And since a tree has been used for past covers.

  4. debby GO says:

    Tree of Whimsy vs. acorns???? I love photos w/ close ups so went with acorns, eventually. Was hard to turn away from the tree of Whimsy, though….

    • aubankaitis says:

      we have some interesting comments about what people like and don’t like and it has been very, very eye opening for us on this end! Bottom line, we need to ASK OUR CUSTOMERS more of what they like versus don’t like. Thank you everyone for not only voting but providing feedback. this is great!

  5. aubankaitis says:

    great comments; this is why we NEED YOUR HELP! No one at work can agree either so it is up to our customers to decide!

  6. Dan White says:

    Acorns = products of an oak tree and represent “infinite potential.” What could be more fitting?

  7. Bobbi Amann says:

    Love the acorns, beginning of life

    • Judi says:

      Oak Tree – Acorns: The acorn is the seed that is planted and grows tall and strong. Although I love the tree, I vote for acorns

      • aubankaitis says:

        funny, many seem to LOVE the acorn but more are voting for traditional or whimsical tree at this point….polls open until Oct 31 so come one come all and help make the decision!

  8. Allan Franklin says:

    That’s tough. Acorns or Whimsical tree. Both are nice. I’m going with the acorns 🙂

  9. Robin says:

    Hello everyone, I voted and I love the whimsical tree as well, hope that one wins. Also thank for inviting us to participate….Be Blessed…

  10. Larry says:

    Wow, I vote for the underdog the #3 beautiful Oak Tree. Your company is Oak Tree, not Acorn Products. Your products are strong, stable, secure like an Oak Tree, NOT whimsical and flimsy or short lived like a butterfly!! All in fun but “think about it!”

  11. Shawna says:

    I really love the one that has the tree with all the butterflies but I went with the acorns… to me it looks better for the products…

  12. Sandra says:

    I’m a up close to nature type of person. Cover #3 is a sight I see often on our farm. The picture of the majestic oak is beautiful but I like the acorns. It says something about the personal down to earth service we get from your company.

    • aubankaitis says:

      Sandra, the more I have looked at three, the more I personally like it for the specific reasons you said…down to earth service. It is a really beautiful, simple yet elegant cover!

  13. Carolyn says:

    Very nice! I’m going to stuff the ballot box for this cover 🙂

  14. Carolyn says:

    I love that whimsical tree. Where is that artwork from?

    • aubankaitis says:

      If ound that tree via google images by searching for “whimsical tree” and looking through hundreds and hundreds of photos; this one spoke to me but it essentially came in black/white/brown so I asked the graphic artist who works with us to create a tree with coral overtones and to slap on the tiffany blue background. It is pretty!

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