"We at the NY Times are pleased to be working with F1GMedia as an ad agency for sports and diversity and look forward to the times ahead,” said Mark Szollar, The New York Times, Advertising Director-Recruitment, Diversity, & Sports Marketing.
Manhattan, NY (PRWEB) December 21, 2009
F1GMedia (http://www.f1gmedia.com), a full service media group, announced today that it has signed a multi-year business agreement that lists the firm as the “agency of record” for the globally renowned New York Times through their Sports and Diversity division. According to this agreement, the New York Times will book all advertisements that fall under the umbrella of “Sports and Diversity” through F1GMedia. This newly developed relationship with the New York Times speaks volumes in regard to the direction of this emerging media firm.
F1GMedia will seek and acquire advertisements and opportunities that will uphold the standards of the publication, while opening the doors to a more diverse advertising spectrum. "We at the NY Times are pleased to be working with F1GMedia as an ad agency for sports and diversity and look forward to the times ahead,” said Mark Szollar, The New York Times, Advertising Director-Recruitment, Diversity, & Sports Marketing.
The first project in line for the pair will land the rising Lingerie Football League (LFL) a substantial advertising presence within the pages of the New York Times. F1GMedia will work with the New York Times to develop a plan that best fits the LFL’s advertising and marketing needs, moving forward.
F1GMedia, a full service media firm based in New York City, is a fast growing company with nothing but success in its horizon. With the turn of the year F1GMedia will see new opportunities and ventures. The company has tactically set itself up for a remarkable 2010. With past and present clients like Macy’s, New York Fashion Week, Heineken, NYFashionConnect.com, Tanyka Renee (NY Majesty, Lingerie Football League), and now The New York Times on its roster, F1GMedia stays on the straight and narrow seeking out the best for its respective clients.