Innis Maggiore Adds Local Talent as New Business Develops
CANTON, Ohio (Sept. 18, 2012) -- Dick Maggiore, president and CEO of advertising and public relations agency Innis Maggiore, announced the agency's staff is growing to serve its expanding client base.
Kaylynn Arnold of Jackson Township and Justin Brown of North Canton have joined the staff of associates. Arnold is an art director and Brown is an account coordinator.
Arnold is a recent graduate of Columbus College of Art & Design where she studied advertising and graphic design. She previously worked at JWT Action (formerly Malone Advertising) in Akron and Big Red Rooster, a design firm in Columbus, where she designed for clients such as The Home Depot, Dick's Sporting Goods and Mars and Wrigley. She also served as freelance artist at Innis Maggiore before being hired.
Brown earned a bachelor's degree in business administration at Ohio State University. He graduated magna cum laude with a double major in marketing and logistics. He brings experience gained as a personal banker at U.S. Bank and as a research analyst at financial services company Jx4, Inc. in Canton.
"Innis Maggiore is pleased to have these two local talents join our team and help us better serve our clients," Maggiore said.
Innis Maggiore is the nation's leading advertising agency in the practice of positioning, building strong brand positions for companies in competitive markets. The advertising and public relations agency had 2011 capitalized billings of more than $20 million. Key clients include Alside, Aultman Health Foundation, Bank of America, Chesapeake Energy, GOJO Industries, Inc., inventors of PURELL®, Goodyear, GuideStone Financial Resources, Nickles Bakery, RTI International Metals and Republic Steel. Innis Maggiore is a member of the American Association of Advertising Agencies and the Public Relations Society of America. The company maintains a website at www.innismaggiore.com.
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