"The bedrock of our success is our customer service. If it's important to the client, it's important to us."
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 18, 2015
Easton-based advertising agency, Cliff Ross, is pleased to announce the opening of their second office in Philadelphia, PA. In addition to serving their Lehigh Valley, Poconos and existing Philadelphia clients, they have now extended their services to a more wide-ranging spectrum of Philadelphia-based businesses.
The agency opened in 2010 and has continued to broaden their services ever since. As they continue to grow, they are offering more services and expanding their staff to accommodate while still providing exceptional service. Cliff says, “The bedrock of our success is our customer service. If it’s important to the client, it’s important to us.” Their Philadelphia office is a duplication of their Easton office, with the same in-house capabilities. These capabilities consist of traditional and web advertising, social media, custom printing, branding, graphic design and web design.
Having offices in both Easton and Philadelphia paves the way for promoting clients in the opposite cities. It also gives the staff a broader perspective and better insight to what is cutting edge in the world of design and advertising. This will allow them to better serve their clients and provide relevant, quality work. This expansion allows Cliff to reconnect with his network created through previous work experience in Philadelphia. Cliff looks forward, “With our new office opening, our clients will always have access to me or can stop by either office to talk to someone who truly cares about their business. Even with the additional office, we will still deliver quick, efficient and effective results.”
Cliff was the Art Director at Electric Factory Concerts while they were independent for over 5 years. He was responsible for the advertising and design for over 300 shows a year in the tristate area. In this role he worked with Larry Magid and Allen Spivak who booked shows for the TLA on South Street, Tower Theater and the Susquehanna Bank Center among others. Cliff then worked for the Collectibles Records label where he was responsible for CD package design followed by a position at Philadelphia Weekly. There, he handled the advertising design for most major businesses in Center City. He also worked for Atlantic Skyline, one of the world’s largest trade show exhibition designers where he learned the basis of large-format printing and designing trade show exhibits. All of this experience has enabled Cliff to hit the ground running upon returning to Philadelphia.
Cliff travels back and forth between Easton and Philadelphia, spending time at both offices and accommodating accordingly to be available for clients in both locations. The location of the Philadelphia office is easily accessible from 76 off of the Spring Garden exit and surrounded by inspiration in the idyllic Art Museum Area. Working in the Philadelphia office will be Bree, who is relocating from the Easton office and working in the areas of advertising and social media. Greg, who works on websites will also spend time in the Philadelphia office. Remaining in the Easton office is Megan, who is being promoted to lead designer and Emily who was hired as a production artist.
This change is just the beginning of a new chapter for Cliff Ross. The team is enthusiastic about serving a wider range of clients and working in a diverse atmosphere.