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Maryland News: Ocean City Agency Search Update; Abel Adds Three Clients; TBC Named Top Workplace; W Ventures Update
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Dateline: Washington, DC
Sunday, December 12, 2021


Ocean City Council members were given presentations from three ad agencies in a closed door session on how the agencies plan to market and attract people to the resort area, according to a report in OC Today.

Attending were representatives from ad agencies: Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based BVK, St. Petersburg, Florida-based Paradise Advertising and Marketing, and Marriner Marketing Communications out of Columbia, Maryland.

The three ad agencies – BVK, Paradise, and Marriner – presented “proprietary creatives and negotiable terms” to city officials, the paper reported. The council plans to have a full discussion about the presentations during its next work session on Dec. 14. As part of the FY 22 budget, city officials budgeted $5.5 million for advertising.

Baltimore’s Abel Communications has been selected to lead strategic communications programs by three new clients: Baltimore School for the Arts, OneDigital and Longeviti.

Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA), one of the top five public performing arts high schools in the country, has partnered with Abel to highlight its uniquely talented students and faculty as well as their role in the community. Abel will deliver a program focused on media relations and arts education leadership.

OneDigital, a leading health, wealth management and HR advisory firm, has selected Abel to lead a video content campaign showcasing the knowledge and insights of key executives to target audiences.

Longeviti, a medical technology manufacturer developing innovative solutions for complex brain surgery, has tapped Abel to raise awareness through media relations, thought leadership and communications strategy and planning.

“It’s an honor to be chosen by these three innovative and diverse organizations to help drive awareness and showcase their meaningful work,” said Abel Communications CEO Greg Abel. “New clients and projects drive the growth of every agency and we are incredibly appreciative of the opportunities provided by Baltimore School for the Arts, OneDigital, and Longeviti.

Baltimore’s TBC was named a top workplace by The Sun. “It’s pretty humbling to be named a #TopWorkplace by The Baltimore Sun thanks to our team telling the world that our culture values respect and authenticity, and that our work environment is supportive and welcoming,” TBC posted on Facebook. The Sun said, “In a year when Americans quit their jobs in record numbers, these organizations are giving employees ample reason to stay. The Baltimore Sun proudly presents Baltimore’s Top Workplaces, listing the region’s top companies based on confidential surveys of workers.” Listing 53 employees, TBC was recognized in the Small Employers category (35-149 employees).

Warschawski announced the addition of Jordan Prucnal as a graphic designer and Hannah Bloom as a junior graphic designer. W Ventures, its VC and accelerator company, announced its partnership with TechSlice, a software product development agency. W Ventures and TechSlice partnership includes co-hosting events and pitch competitions, providing mentorship to the Baltimore entrepreneurial startup ecosystem and its companies, supporting portfolio company client growth and goals, and more.

Photo: Greater Ocean City, Maryland Chamber of Commerce

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