Paul Orlando rejoins the FrontRunner Team
Following a leave of absence, Paul Orlando is back at FrontRunner in a full-time capacity.
Paul had been with FrontRunner for nearly 7 years when he took some time away to assist his wife, who just so happens to also be a creative designer, in the creation of Orlando Creative Studios. Paul brings extensive experience to the table having worked as the creative director at MKJ for over 14 years before partnering with Doug Clery in 1999 to form the agency, Adfinity.
“We have missed Paul and his amazing talent,” says FrontRunner Founder and CEO Kevin Montroy. “His lifetime of experience in the funeral market makes him a unique and highly qualified partner with funeral service. Although we stayed close and continued to do a few freelance projects together, unprecedented growth at FrontRunner in recent months made it necessary to make Paul an offer he couldn’t refuse.”
Paul will work closely with our in-house creative team for high end logo creation, ads, custom website work and FrontRunner marketing. For clients requiring larger marketing needs, FrontRunner will bring in our partner teams at Adfinity and Weigel Strategic Marketing.
FrontRunner is fortunate to have such a world-class marketing team focused on helping the funeral profession.
Contact FrontRunner Professional today to learn how our award winning team can help you excel in today’s market. Call 1-866-748-3625 or visit us online at www.FrontRunner360.com
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