ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Perich Advertising + Design, now in its 25th year developing audacious branding and design for local, regional and national brands, adds seven new employees to support account growth and expand digital offerings.
The new hires include senior media buyer Sandy Schewe of Plymouth, Mich., as well as web developers Tony Hernandez of Ann Arbor, Mich., and Sarah Frantz of Charlotte, Mich.
Schewe joins Perich as media supervisor after working for clients including Andretti Motor Sports, ADT and Coors Brewing and Molson. In her current position at Perich, Schewe is responsible for the strategic planning and purchasing media on behalf of a number of clients. She is a graduate of Michigan State University and currently resides in Plymouth, Mich. with her husband and two children.
Perich Advertising + Design also welcomes Tony Hernandez and Sarah Frantz, who will oversee and implement website development and maintenance. Previously, Hernandez was the sole web developer for saveoneverything.com and saveoncarandtrucks.com. Prior to joining Perich, Frantz was most recently a web developer with Northwest Media Productions in Washington.
Perich also welcomes media coordinator Natasha Keasey, and account coordinators Sarah Dolan, David Nesbitt and David Smendzuik to support the growing account work at Perich.
“We always like adding talented, smart people to the firm whose priority is helping our clients' businesses grow," said Ernie Perich, founder and creative director of Perich Advertising + Design. "These seven have the personality and skills we look for, and that fit in well, here at Perich."
About Perich Advertising + Design
From its humble beginnings in a renovated car dealership in downtown Ann Arbor, Mich., the firm, has been creating simple, striking and unexpected work for local clients like Walsh College, Bank of Ann Arbor and the Detroit Institute of Arts, as well as nationally recognized brands including GM Fleet, Carhartt, Lacoste, Whirlpool and more.
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