FARMINGTON, Conn. — The Farmington Economic Development Commission has recognized Maier True Communication for its more than 45 years in advertising including 35 years as a member of the Farmington business community. Maier is the longest operating advertising agency in Connecticut under original ownership.
The January 20th proclamation recognized Maier for the agency’s outstanding marketing communications work for major clients in the electrical and high-tech industries including Fortune 500 companies. The proclamation also congratulated Maier for its positive contributions to the Town of Farmington such as its support of development efforts for the Farmington Library and Barney Library.
“Maier has made a real difference not only in its own industry with nationally acclaimed work but also locally by its strong support of Farmington businesses and cultural institutions,” said Rose Ponte, EDC director. “The proof of Maier’s business and community leadership is its incredible longevity of over 45 years helping clients and causes achieve their goals.”
The EDC proclamation was presented to agency President Bill Maier and I. Todd Russell, Maier EVP and chief marketing officer, by Brian FX Connolly, EDC vice-chair and director of client services at Maier. The ceremony was held during the EDC’s first Business Breakfast of 2016 with more than 170 community leaders in attendance.
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