TAMPA, FL—PeakBiety branding + advertising® has placed Amy Phillips in charge of the agency’s creative development efforts.
During the past three years, Amy has served as the agency’s Associate Creative Director and Senior Art Director—fulfilling an instrumental role in branding and design efforts for a variety of clients including Numara Software, Persystent Technologies, Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Florida Hospital Waterman and Tampa Electric among others.
“Amy’s style and experience have enhanced PeakBiety and the clients we serve,” Glen Peak, President of PeakBiety said. We’re very pleased that she has accepted this new role.”
A Wesleyan Univeristy honor’s graduate and student of the American Academy of Art, Amy has enjoyed a more than 20-year career in the field of advertising. She has created effective campaigns for such clients as IBM, Pier One and Schwepp’s. Her work has appeared in Print Magazine’s regional design annual and she has won numerous local and regional awards, including the Tampa Bay Advertising Federation’s Best of Show. She has also played an active role in the local advertising community, working with the Tampa Bay Advertising Federation, serving as an adjunct professor at the University of South Florida and sitting on the boards of both the Creative Club of Tampa Bay and Las Damas de Arte.
PeakBiety branding + advertising® services local, regional and national clients in a variety of business sectors. The agency focuses on adding value for its clients by improving customer perceptions. This commitment is summed up in the agency’s promise, “the power of perception®.”
PeakBiety is one of the few agencies in Tampa Bay to meet the strict requirements for membership in the prestigious American Association of Advertising Agencies (4As). For more information, call Glen Peak at PeakBiety branding + advertising, 813-227-8006, extension 114, e-mail email@example.com or visit peakbiety.com.
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