78MADISON EXPANDS CREATIVE TEAM

ORLANDO, FL (March 2018) – 78Madison has expanded its creative team with the addition of Izaak Hale as Senior Art Director. The announcement was made by Joe Bouch, President and CEO of the full-service marketing, advertising, internet marketing, public relations and social media agency. Headquartered in Central Florida (Orlando/Altamonte Springs), the agency handles a multitude of clients across the U.S.

Hale comes to 78Madison from That! Company, an internet marketing agency based in Leesburg, Florida, where he served for the past nine years as Graphic/Web Designer. His specialties include front-end web design, creative print and e-marketing campaigns, and illustration. Prior to his position with That! Company, he served in the United States Air Force for five years, where he was a Fuels Journeyman in the Petroleum, Oils & Lubricants division at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design from Boise State University.

“We are so proud to have Izaak on our 78Madison team,” said Bouch. “He is such a talented and skilled Art Director, with tremendous experience, who is a wonderful addition to address the high demand for our agency’s creative services. In Izaak we found the perfect person to work with Creative Director Cheryl Amirzadeh in serving our many valued clients.”

78Madison is a 35-year-old marketing agency that provides such services as advertising, website design, media planning and placement, internet marketing, graphic design, direct marketing, database development, public relations and promotions. The agency is a fully-integrated communications company with a variety of clients in such fields as hospitality, economic development, real estate, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, non-profit, education, and technology. For more information, visit 78Madison.com or call (407) 788-7070.

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