Montgomery Advertising, the largest ad agency in Montgomery County, announced on Thursday that it will run a new ad program that will showcase local bands, along with local businesses.
The Montgomery Advertising campaign, titled Montgomery’s New Brand of Bands, will debut in the coming weeks and will feature local bands from around the state.
“We’re excited to have the Montgomery Advertising team join forces with the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce to bring the local community to the forefront of the Montgomery Brand,” said Jeff Davis, chief marketing officer for the agency.
The ads will feature music, local businesses, and a variety of local businesses in the areas of Montgomery, Montgomery County and Montgomery County.
“Our goal is to provide a broad range of local brands with a compelling and creative look at our community,” Davis added.
“As our community continues to change, we need to keep up with it, and we need our brands to be able to support that change.
We want to show that local businesses are here to stay and support our local communities.
We have a lot of great local businesses that are helping Montgomery grow, and that’s why we’re excited about the new Montgomery Advertising program.”
The new ad will feature a wide range of businesses in Montgomery, including an African American business that sells hot dogs and pizza, a chain of bakeries, a clothing company that sells t-shirts, a grocery store that sells beer, a jewelry store that is selling jewelry and a funeral home that is offering a full service funeral home.
“Montgomery is one of the fastest-growing cities in America,” said Mike Tackett, the executive director of the Chamber of Comm.
and the executive chairman of the National Chamber of County Businesses.
“There are more than 40 businesses that operate in Montgomery today.
And this new advertising campaign will bring that number up to more than 100 businesses.”
Montgomery is the fifth largest metro area in the country.
The Chamber of Businesses is a national organization of local business leaders, representing nearly 150,000 businesses across the nation.
The chamber’s national headquarters are in Washington, D.C. Tackitt is also the chairman of Montgomery’s Chamber of Commissioners.
The group was established to ensure a strong voice for Montgomery County’s business community and promote Montgomery’s leadership position in the economic development and tourism sectors.
“The Montgomery Advertising brand is part of the story of the community and its diverse businesses,” Tacketts said.
“They represent the Montgomery community and Montgomery.
We’ve created a broad and inclusive, engaging brand that can reach the public and local businesses.”
The Montgomery Brand of Business includes the following key features: Montgomery is known for its large, vibrant and diverse community.
The area is home to many talented individuals and businesses.
Many Montgomery residents have gone on to have successful careers in their chosen fields.
The County’s economy has grown more than 300 percent in the past four years, making it the fastest growing region in the United States.
Montgomery’s economic future is bright and thriving.
Businesses are growing across the county and attracting more and more customers.
Montgomery has a vibrant nightlife scene and a thriving arts scene.
Many local businesses have become national and international icons.
Montgomery is a dynamic and dynamic city with a strong and diverse economy.
This campaign will provide a great showcase for the many new businesses that have opened in Montgomery in recent years.
“This campaign has been a great fit for our agency, which is a partner of Montgomery County,” Davis said.
The campaign will also be available to purchase on the Montgomery Chamber of Commissioner’s website.
The ad campaign is set to launch in the next few weeks and runs through March 1, 2020.
Montgomery was selected by the Montgomery Commission to host the 2017 National Business Development Council’s National Business Leadership Conference.
The commission will host the conference for the first time in 2019.
This event will be held at the historic Maryland Stadium in College Park, Maryland, with over 1,200 delegates from across the country, as well as delegates from all 50 states.