MGH, based in Owings Mills, announced that it has has been selected by Levenger, a Florida-based retailer of professional accessories, to handle the company’s digital marketing efforts. The agency will manage all search engine marketing campaigns and Facebook advertising to raise brand awareness, and drive new customers and sales for Levenger’s e-commerce business.
“We’re excited to work with an established retail brand like Levenger to help grow its e-commerce presence through strategic digital marketing,” said Andy Malis, chief executive officer of MGH. “Our digital marketing and social media teams are adept at creating and executing campaigns that produce real business results for our clients, and we look forward to working with them to expand awareness for the brand and increase its customer base.”
Established in 1987 and headquartered in Delray Beach, Fla., Levenger is a leading retailer of tools for today’s professional—including pens, portfolios, leather goods, custom notebooks, home and office furnishings and travel accessories.
MGH also announced that it was the only Baltimore agency to receive a Gold ADDY at the District II level, where it competed against agencies from New York to Washington, D.C. The ADDYs were received for outdoor boards the agency created and a food truck it designed for its “Excite Your Seafood” campaign on behalf of OLD BAY. MGH was the only Baltimore agency to receive a Gold ADDY at the District II competition. This marks the third year in a row that MGH has been recognized at the District II level. The award-winning work will move on to the national competition, where MGH has won an ADDY the past two years.
Warschawski, a full service branding, marketing, public relations, advertising, and digital agency headquartered in Mount Washington, announced that it has been selected by GridLion, an energy and water management company, to create its strategic brand positioning, logo and website. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Warschawski also announced that it has been retained by Nu Look Home Design to “clarify the company’s strategic positioning” and develop a new brand strategy. Warschawski won the business as part of a competitive national bid. Terms of that agreement were not disclosed.
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