LMO, based in Arlington, Va, has been selected to support three “challenger brands”, including Nutshell, Ann Arbor, Michigan, a customer relationship manager software designed with small businesses in mind; DuPont Fabros Technology, Inc. (DFT), Washington, D.C., which runs data centers; and Carleton V, New York, a luxury fabrics brand. LMO will be responsible for a variety of marketing communications activities for these clients, such as website design, advertising, content marketing, creative support, public relations and brand development.

Spoke, a boutique agency based in D.C., added Minneapolis-based designer and creative consultant Vincent Wanga as partner and creative director. Wanga and Spoke’s CEO Sam C. Bays originally collaborated as independent consultants for McBee Strategic, a D.C. lobbying and PR shop. The two reconnected after Bays launched Spoke in 2014 and asked Wanga to contribute his design expertise in a freelance capacity.

Borenstein Group promoted Dominick Terry, its digital designer, to the position of the agency’s digital creative director.


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