MGH Adds Three New Clients
BALTIMORE, April 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — MGH, an integrated marketing communications agency, today announced it has added three new clients to its growing roster: Old Bay, M-Edge and the National Consumers League.
Old Bay, the iconic seasoning synonymous with Maryland, has retained MGH to re-engage with local consumers through a variety of integrated marketing activities that may include local events and marketing tactics targeting Old Bay enthusiasts.
M-Edge, a leading design house of tablet, smartphone and e-reader accessories, has named MGH as agency-of-record to work on a variety of projects. MGH will focus on the creation of M-Edge brand assets including logo, tagline and retail package design, as well as provide services for a research study, search engine marketing and website redesign.
The National Consumers League selected MGH to lead local grassroots marketing efforts to promote the importance of medication adherence among patients and health care professionals in Baltimore, as part of its national public health campaign, Script Your Future. Baltimore is one of six target markets across the country that hosts local efforts to raise awareness of the importance of taking medication as prescribed.
“We’re excited to add Old Bay, M-Edge and the National Consumers League to our robust repertoire of clients in a wide variety of industries – as well as our growing list of Baltimore-based brands,” said Andy Malis, president of MGH. “These new additions showcase our agency’s ability to deploy integrated marketing activities to help clients achieve their goals.”
MGH is an integrated marketing and communications agency offering advertising, public relations, media planning/buying, creative design and production, interactive (design, development and marketing), market research, direct response, relationship marketing and social media marketing.
MGH maintains a diverse client base spanning multiple industries. Current clients include Marco’s Pizza, MASN, Utz, the National Aquarium, University of Maryland University College, Towson University, Nobel Learning Communities, Ocean City, Md., Department of Tourism, and Smyth Jewelers.
Based in Baltimore, MGH is one of Maryland’s largest agencies, with more than $70 million in annual billings. Visit http://mghus.com for more information on MGH and its services or connect with MGH via: Facebook at http://facebook.com/mghus ; Twitter at http://twitter.com/mghus ; or YouTube at http://youtube.com/mghtv .