Ideaworks Marketing Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Office
For Immediate Release
Contact Patricia O’Brien, VP of Marketing Communications
Agency makes donation to Blue Chip Farm Animal Refuge
November 12, 2015; Wyoming, PA – The team at Ideaworks Marketing has a lot to smile about today, as they cut the decorative ribbon officially celebrating their relocation to a stylish Victorian home at the corner of 6th Street and Wyoming Avenue in Wyoming.
“We’ve dreamed about this for a long time,” says Peter Steve Jr., Owner and CEO of Ideaworks. “We’ve always shared space with another company. To have a place we can call our own that has the creative energy of our new location, is very exciting.”
Ideaworks rented office space in Plymouth for 17 years. Steve and Ideaworks’ president Donna Hansbury have been searching for a place that would be more centrally located in the valley for the convenience of clients, and have a creative vibe more conducive to an agency environment.
“When we first saw this building, we knew it was the right fit for us. It has everything we need to make it a comfortable place for us to work. The whole team was excited to get involved with the workspace layout as well as the décor,” says Hansbury.
Today’s ceremony brought many dignitaries to the event, including PA State Senator John Yudichak, Wyoming Mayor Bob Boyer, members of Wyoming Borough Council and representatives from the Greater Pittston Chamber of Commerce, of which Ideaworks is a member.
As part of the ribbon cutting ceremony and open house, Ideaworks selected a local charity, Blue Chip Farm Animal Refuge of Dallas, to receive a donation during the event. Representatives from Blue Chip, both human and of the four-legged variety, were in attendance.
“We love the work that the folks at Blue Chip do every day for animals who can no longer be cared for by their owners. Most of us have pets and we’re all animal lovers, so this was the perfect opportunity for us to give something to them for all they do for our four-legged friends,” says Judy Steve, Owner, Ideaworks Marketing.
Founded in 1998, Ideaworks Marketing is a diversified agency that focuses on helping clients succeed by solving their most pressing marketing challenges and growth objectives. Whether it’s assisting existing brands looking to garner competitive share, supporting manufacturers trying to penetrate new service sectors, or creating marketing plans for companies focused on overall growth, we help businesses achieve their goals through the strategic implementation of actionable ideas. To learn about how we can help your business, visit www.ideaworks.marketing.
Blue Chip Farm Animal Refuge is non-profit 501(c)(3) animal shelter where animals of all types can find a safe haven from what can be a very cruel world. It’s a place where no animal is too old or too unwanted to find a warm bed, good food and most of all, love.
Created and maintained for over 15 years by the personal efforts and resources of two wonderful women, BCF has quietly gone about its mission. A mission to provide a sanctuary where older, stray, abandoned, sick or abused animals can wait to be adopted or simply live out their lives in safety and peace. For more information on animals available for adoption, or how you can donate to Blue Chip, visit their website, www.bcfanimalrefuge.org.