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Beacon Advertising Is Being Bought by Imagination

Beacon Advertising Is Being Bought by Imagination

Imaginuity® announced the acquisition of Beacon Advertising, a deal that includes Evan Meeks, co-founder of Beacon, becoming Executive Director of Client Partnerships at Imaginuity. Already one of the largest independent marketing services providers in the Southwest, the combined operation will do business under the Imaginuity brand.

Beacon Advertising was founded in 2015, and serves clients across the restaurant, retail, and B2B space, building brands with creative solutions in broadcast, digital, social, print, POP, and packaging. The Beacon team and its leadership will further strengthen Imaginuity’s business and their support of over 3,300 client locations across North America.

“This acquisition is accretive to our integrated service offering by adding more marketing talent and multi-location clients to our growing agency,” said Taylor Calise, CEO of Imaginuity. “We’re especially excited to welcome Evan and his extensive brand management and media agency experience to our executive team.”

Imaginuity provides integrated marketing services complemented by its proprietary AdScience® customer data platform that collects and analyzes data along the customer journey.

“Blending our team into Imaginuity means we can provide our clients broader marketing services along their customer journey from traditional media to online media, all the way to conversion on any device,” added Meeks.

The combined operations will employ nearly 120 team members and will report 2022 capitalized billings of approximately $200 million. Imaginuity is headquartered in downtown Dallas.


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