David Greenberg Communications sees exciting changes and additions

unnamedWe want to share with you some exciting changes and additions taking place at David Greenberg Communications, starting with new clients. The varied and interesting clients always make every day different for us.

A few months back we added Farm Bureau Insurance Agent Casey Hahn. Casey is the epitome of integrity, and you can read his insights at the blog site we created for him: https:// caseyhahninsurance.wordpress.com or on his Facebook page. Like his page to get updates about his blogs.

We are also working on a website redesign for Elder Options. This is a great organization offering  support, advice, counseling and other resources for families coping with the challenges around the issues of aging. The current site is http://www.agingresources.org/, and of course we will let you know when the new site is launched.

Our newest client, added just this week is The Best Restoration — http://thebestrestoration.com. Jorge Villalobos and his staff do a great job when it comes to water damage, mold remediation and much more. We are very excited to be asked to come in and take over all of their marketing needs. We will start with a website redesign and setting up a good social-media program, and then take a look at all the advertising and marketing.

In house we have added a new web programmer. Anton Drake comes to us with great experience, and we are enthusiastic about the fresh ideas he will bring. Some months ago we added Christina Cozart as a creative designer. You can see some of her work already in our clients’ print ads. More recently Sarah White has also joined us as a creative designer. She is responsible for the new website for the Bagel Bakery — http://www.bagelbakerygainesville.com.

Finally, we are saddened to announce that our long-time colleague, Art Ianuzzi, will be stepping away from the company. We merged with Art’s digital marketing company two years ago, and as a result, we provide far better service to our clients. But family obligations forced him to move to Sebring last year, making his continued involvement more challenging. We will miss his presence.






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