Cut Through the Confusion
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The onslaught of the new digital world has brought a myriad of choices for reaching your audiences, but it has caused confusion as well. To profit in this new world, your business needs to construct contemporary strategies integrating web-based, interactive and traditional media components.
That’s why companies come to us … and why they stay with us. We offer Central PA and the Mid-Atlantic Region more than three decades of brand-empowering, market share-acquiring experience. From web design and development, social networking, and search engine optimization and marketing, to traditional disciplines such as PR, TV, radio and print advertising, we can guide you through this ever-changing landscape.
Let us help you cut through the confusion and break through the clutter with a clean, consistent, compelling brand message that grows your business and maximizes the return on your investment.
Selected by the Hilton Harrisburg late last summer to provide branding and advertising strategy for two new on-site restaurants, CH&B and account leader Angela Wenner quickly realized that the Hilton’s management team consisted of seasoned hospitality professionals, deeply immersed in a major construction project while operating a luxury city hotel. They demanded a very high […]
In June of 2013, we embarked on a new relationship with Graham Architectural Products, the commercial and architectural grade window manufacturer that leading architects around the U.S. turn to when facing their most innovative design projects. It began with months in the trenches, months of doing the painstaking research, insight and discovery work necessary to […]
We don’t solicit testimonials. But we sure like receiving them. This one in particular made our day. It’s from Tim Davis, a manufacturer’s rep in Cincinnati who spent the day with CH&B staff designer/photographer Ken Bruggeman touring various Queen City locations that featured historic window replications by Graham Architectural Products. In an email to Jim […]