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Sunday, July 24, 2005

 SAN DIEGO, CA August, 2003 � In a down economy where businesses are slashing marketing budgets and advertising agencies are hard-pressed to keep existing clients, much less find new ones, one start-up advertising agency in San Diego is actually growing. Within six months of opening for business in January 2003, Epiphany Marketing brought on an additional marketing writer and moved to a larger office in the Golden Triangle area.

"To say I'm thrilled about where we are today is an understatement," said Ron Marcus, founder and principal of Epiphany Marketing. "I feel extremely fortunate for all the opportunities we've received in the past six months. We certainly hope to continue the momentum and to deliver the highest-value marketing services we can to our clients."

Epiphany Marketing serves a growing and diverse clientele, including Mission Federal Credit Union, KPBS public television and radio, Eye Care of La Jolla and non-profits like Photocharity, United Jewish Federation and Youth Tennis San Diego.

About Epiphany Marketing
Epiphany Marketing is a San Diego-based full-service advertising agency. The firm assists companies with strategic planning and tactical execution of entire marketing communications programs, from top-line branding and positioning strategies, to creative development of advertising, literature, and public relations.

Underlying Epiphany Marketing's strategy is its philosophy of building a personal connection between customers and the products, services and causes being promoted. The company was founded in 2003 by Ron Marcus, a 14-year marketing veteran, and serves a mix of profit-driven and not-for-profit organizations.

For more information about Epiphany Marketing contact Ron Marcus or Lisa Epstein at (858) 458-5842, or visit www.epiphanymarketing.net. ;   





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