Nationally recognized as one of the 2016 Best Places to Work by Advertising Age and Best Companies Group, and named among the Valley’s Most Admired Companies by Best Companies AZ, Phoenix-based LaneTerralever is one of the largest full-service marketing services agencies in the Southwest, with 135 employees and estimated capitalized billing of $175 million. The agency provides clients in every category with brand strategy, strategic planning, design, website development, user experience, content strategy, media strategy and buying, public relations, video production, acquisition and lead generation, social media and direct response advertising services. LaneTerralever accounts include the Arizona Cardinals, Valley Toyota Dealers, Cable ONE, Salt River Project, Advanced Recovery Systems, NKK Switches, Meritage Homes, Pala Casino Resort and Spa, OneAZ Credit Union (formerly Arizona State Credit Union), Phoenix Children’s Hospital, RA Sushi, Isagenix, Goodyear, Inspirato, TruGreen and the Phoenix Convention Center. For more information, visit LaneTerralever.com.
October 17, 2016, 4:42 pm
Phoenix-based agency acknowledges outstanding performance of key team members PHOENIX, Arizona – Three members of the management team at Phoenix-based full-service advertising and marketing agency LaneTerralever have earned promotions at the senior management level. Company president Chris Johnson and CEO Beau Lane announce that David Foster will now serve as chief operating officer, Jennifer Ennesser is now senior director of account services and Amy Raymer now fulfilling the role of director of planning. With nearly seven years in leadership roles at LaneTerralever, Foster has more than 20 years of experience in operations management and providing professional services from startups to Big Five companies. He has served in roles that have included large-scale business systems transformation at Premier Farnell, J.P. Morgan Chase and Wachovia. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder where he earned a B.S. degree in engineering physics. ...
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