Clearbridge Media Consulting, a marketing and branding agency located in Millville, has formed an alliance with Wingspan Advertising, a 15-year old advertising agency in Washington Township, to create ClearBridge Branding Agency.
Kevin Pustizzi, president of the newly formed ClearBridge Branding Agency, said “This alliance brings together 30 years of creating strong brands for top corporations and businesses that have proven to increase sales and market shares.” He added, “ClearBridge has and will continue to bring imaginative solutions that shape public perception and, most importantly, build lasting bonds between organizations and their customers or constituents.”
Former Wingspan Advertising owner, Dave Parkin, a veteran creative director and senior advertising executive will now serve as ClearBridge Branding Agency’s Creative Director.
Under the agreement, the new branding agency will be located in Millville where a staff of 11 supports the company’s creative and other professional services including logo and identity packages as well as collateral materials, digital and out of home messaging, advertisements and social media and website strategy and communications.
Parkin said, “Clearbridge Branding Agency – is a united effort offering businesses and organizations exceptional brand creativity and demonstrated growth strategies.” Parkin added, “We’re relentless about making sure all the branding and marketing components we create, cohesively match the distinct brand personalities of our clients.”
The creative team at ClearBridge Branding Agency will be led by Parkin who worked for Winning Strategies Advertising in Mount Laurel before launching Wingspan Advertising in 2002. Previously, he worked on large regional accounts including Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, The New Jersey Anti-Smoking Campaign, PATCO, New Jersey Transit, New York Waterway, and several others.
Parkin also played professional football with the Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles before starting his career in advertising.