This isn't about us, it's about our clients. It's about their products and brands. At the end of the day, we don't want people to see our work and think of us. We want them to think about our client.
Saint Louis, MO (Vocus) November 3, 2010
The Stealth agency is growing. Keeping with a steady increase in business, the full-service marketing and advertising agency will be moving into a dynamic new space located on the first floor of the Printer’s Lofts in downtown St. Louis in the Fall of this year.
‘This is really an exciting time for our agency,’ said Mindy Jeffries, President and CEO. ‘Our ability to find creative solutions for a broad base of clients and industries has really opened a lot of doors, giving us a great opportunity for expansion, both in space and staff.’
Stealth is a full service B2B and B2C advertising agency in St. Louis specializing in print, e-commerce web development, search engine optimization service, social media marketing strategy, internet marketing, strategic media planning and buying, print design, direct mail and radio and television advertising. The name symbolizes their dedication to creating work that reflects the client, above the agency.
‘Far too often agencies forget who, exactly, needs to be heard,’ said Robert Fleming, Creative Director. “This isn’t about us, it’s about our clients. It’s about their products and brands. At the end of the day, we don’t want people to see our work and think of us. We want them to think about our client.”
Stealth’s ability to build deep, intrinsic relationships with a variety of clients in an expansive range of industries has lead to a 30% increase in business in 2010. Their recent success with campaigns for Knology Cable coupled with new business growth has signaled a need to move forward into a larger, more capable space.
'We wanted a space that reflects our passion, our style and our ever-growing culture,' said Fleming. 'Not only does this new office allow us continued room for growth, but most importantly it provides a creative space that fosters truly creative thinking, strategy and solutions.'
The Printer’s Lofts consist of two buildings, both of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. The western building was formerly known as the Mary Muffet building and was constructed in 1917 and the eastern building, Stealth’s new home, was called the Blackwell-Wielandy building, constructed in 1907. The buildings originally housed many different printing companies and were home to two of the city's leading book and stationery firms. Today they are part of the rapidly growing urban landscape of downtown St. Louis.
'As always we are enthusiastic about the future and ready to take on new challenges for our clients,' said Jeffries. 'The new marketing horizon is exciting and Stealth is using that platform to deliver results.'
Stealth will be officially moving into their new home Monday, November 1st, 2010, and will hit the ground running with little to no down time during the move.
To learn more about Stealth Creative please call 314-480-3606 or visit their website at http://www.StealthCreative.com.