There goes the neighborhood.
We promise to keep the yard mowed and the noise down.
Read about all the members of this motley crew.
Ms. Brighton is an expert brainstormer, severely allergic to pets, and wary of the beach because of her propensity to burn. Clients love her good instincts and tendency to think big, as well as her ease with sizable campaigns.
Ms. Religa is a hand talker, an inventor of acronyms (IOA), and a phenomenal parallel parker (just ask her). Clients are wowed by her marketing cojones and campaign prowess. She, meanwhile, is impressed by decisiveness and sparkly things.
Ms. Sisley has a knack for words, a love of meeting new people, and abnormally small hands. Her clients turn to her for sharp writing, strong editing, and to-the-point strategic planning.
Ms. Weisbender finds joy in freshly laundered PJ pants, puns, and frequent hand washing. Clients look to her for original writing and take-no-prisoners editing, as she once likened seeing a misplaced comma to “ripping open a barely healed wound.”
Ms. Marintzer is a fanatical snow skier, a cutthroat volleyball player, and wicked-strong for her size. Growing up on the family farm, she used to ride pigs, as well as a goat by the name of Brownie.
Mr. Dryden is an Internet addict, a knife collector, and apt to scream like a girl in the presence of spiders. Clients applaud his web mastery and design smarts.
Ms. Hespe seeks comfort in slightly green bananas, the cool side of the pillow, and a fanatical devotion to Vin Diesel. Clients and coworkers marvel at her finesse with numbers, as well as her über-organization.
Mr. Dillon is a sleep-loving, Verizon-logo-hating, taco-craving web developer. Clients count on his coding skills and perfectionistic tendencies. He counts on old movies, punk music, and vanilla ice cream with Ovaltine sprinkled on top.
Ms. Burton-Argo is a gifted smeller, freaked out by Charlie Chaplin, and moved to tears by three scenes in Beauty and the Beast. Clients and peers commend her ability to translate ideas into words. She, meanwhile, takes pride in her 1998 fishing contest victory.
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