South End Resident Wins Grammy

A South End resident won a coveted award last night at the 55th Grammy Awards. 

Fritz Klaetke, a resident of the Franklin/Blackstone Square neighborhood in the South End, won a grammy for his role as art director for Woody At 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection, which one the award for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package, according to the Blackstone/Franklin Square neighborhood association blog. 

“So honored–thank you very much,” he tweeted on Sunday night from his company’s Twitter account, @VDialogue.

Klaetke leads Visual Dialogue, which designs branding, websites, and publications which combine smarts & style for leading businesses and organizations. 

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