Mock LeBlanc Brown (MLB Creative), an award winning, women-owned advertising agency in Winter Park and in the Caribbean, announced it will celebrate its ten year anniversary by bringing all company employees to a company-wide celebration in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. MLB Creative founders, Beth Mock LeBlanc and Terri Brown, believe this trip, scheduled for November, is well a deserved celebration and bonus for the record business growth experienced by MLB during 2007.
“This milestone arrives at a pivotal time for MLB Creative”, said Beth Mock Leblanc, Chief Creative Officer and partner, “We have proven to be the leading advertising agency in St. Thomas and have strategically positioned ourselves to be a powerhouse in the Central Florida marketplace as well.”
MLB Creative is one of the country’s few women-owned and operated advertising agencies. Founded in 1997, partners Terri Brown and Beth Mock LeBlanc opened their first office in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Banco Popular became the agency’s first client ten years ago and continues that relationship today. MLB Creative maintains a commitment to creating award winning marketing campaigns that exceed client’s expectations. “We have set a high standards of performance for our work and for service to our clients. Because of this, many of our clients have been with us for years”, said Terri Brown, Chief Operating Officer and partner. Other long time clients include McDonalds, Cardow Jewelers, and Schneider Regional Hospital. In 2000, MLB Creative expanded into the Sunshine State, opening their second office in Winter Park, Florida. According to Brown, the stateside office continues to expand its client base, with Meritage Homes being its most recent addition.
MLB Creative (MLBCreative.com) continues its trend of rapid growth. The company recently named John Lane Vice President and Account Director for its Winter Park office. This is the first of more additions to ramp up the senior level teams in both the Orlando and Caribbean offices.