MGH Hires Two New Employees

The agency added to its interactive and creative departments with the new hires.

BALTIMORE (Dec. 19, 2018) – MGH, a full-service marketing communications agency, today announced it has addedtwo new employees, Andrew Winfield and Reese Cassard, to its ranks. 

Winfield has re-joined MGH as a senior web developer. During his first stint with the company, which lasted nearly a decade, he served in multiple roles, including as a member of MGH’s social media marketing department — the first in the mid-Atlantic area — before becoming a part of the agency’s interactive team. Prior to rejoining MGH, he spent three years at Baltimore agency Planit. In his new role, he  will work with the account teams for Lorien Health, Ocean City, Md., Department of Tourism and Round Table Pizza. 

MGH also announced it has added Cassard, a copywriter, to its creative department. Cassard previously served in a similar position at Mariner Marketing. There, he wrote for a variety of clients in the foodservice and hospitality industries, including Campbell’s Foodservice and Perdue Chicken. He brings three years of advertising and copywriting experience to MGH. 

“We’re so pleased to have talented and positive individuals like Andrew and Reese at MGH,” CEO Andy Malis said of the hires. “These additions are both well-timed. With several projects in the pipeline for 2019, they’ll both make immediate impacts on the agency.” 

About MGHBased in Baltimore, MGH is an integrated marketing andcommunications agency offering advertising, public relations, mediaplanning/buying, creative design and production, interactive (design, strategy,development and marketing), market research, direct response, relationshipmarketing and social media marketing.

MGH maintains a diverse client base spanning multiple industries. Currentclients include Hendrick Automotive Group, Books-A-Million, Brandt InformationServices, Paul Fredrick, Round Table Pizza, Great American Cookies, Hot Dog ona Stick, Marble Slab Creamery, Pretzelmaker, Ocean City, Md., Department ofTourism, Nobel Learning Communities, Inc., and Mannington.

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