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June 11, 2013
VantagePoint Hires Interactive Designer
Clemson grad brings exciting new capabilities to award-winning agency
Greenville, S.C. — VantagePoint Marketing, named by BtoB Magazine as one of the top 150 business-to-business agencies in the U.S., has hired Thomas Brush as an interactive designer/developer.
Brush, who earned a degree in graphic communications from Clemson University, has significant experience in interactive and motion development. He was named Entrepreneur of the Year at Clemson for his interactive applications and has won Best Audio and Best Indie Game awards over the past three years from the Game Developer Conference, South by Southwest® and Mochimedia, respectively. At VantagePoint, Brush will use his expertise in interactive development tools and languages to design websites and online learning modules and create games, promotions, and other digital interactive applications for the agency’s foodservice, transportation, packaging, and medical clients.
“Thomas is a perfect example of the kind of talent we like to hire,” says VantagePoint CEO Craig O’Neal. “He’s bright, creative, incredibly talented and a genuinely nice person who gives clients a hundred and ten percent. We feel blessed to have him as part of our team.”
For more information, visit www.vantagep.com.
VantagePoint Marketing is a nationally recognized business-to-business marketing agency with a primary focus on foodservice clients and headquartered in Greenville, S.C. We are ranked nationally on BtoB Magazine’s Top Agencies list, have been honored as Agency of the Year for seven of the past eight years by the Business Marketing Association of the Carolinas, and are sixth on the 2014 list of small/midsized Best Places to Work in South Carolina. Founded in 1993, we take an integrated approach in offering our clients expertise in marketing, advertising, branding, digital and public relations. For more information, visit the company website or Facebook page or follow us on Twitter