WebbMason Debuts on Tampa Bay Business Journal List of 25 Largest Commercial Printers

Regional Clients Include Bloomin’ Brands, PODS Enterprises, Raymond James and World of Beer

 

TAMPA, Fla. – December 9, 2013 – WebbMason  an integrated marketing solutions and services company with offices in Largo, Fla. and headquarters in suburban Baltimore, debuted on the Tampa Bay Business Journal List of 25 Largest Commercial Printers in the Tampa area. More than 90 companies were surveyed for the annual feature that ranks commercial printers by number of full-time employees working in Tampa area offices. WebbMason clients in the Tampa are include Bloomin’ Brands, one of the world’s largest casual dining companies, PODS Enterprises, Inc., Raymond James, and World of Beer, an operator of 50 beer-centric taverns in 14 states. WebbMason has 1,200 clients in healthcare, hospitality, financial services, manufacturing, technology and other major industries.

WebbMason was founded as a commercial printing company in 1989. The company’s Largo office opened in 2006 and serves clients throughout Florida. Mark Smith, Vice President of Sales, is the executive in charge of operations in Florida. “Ranking among the top 25 employers in the Tampa commercial printing community is an important milestone and honor for WebbMason. The distinction means that we are attracting and retaining clients at level sufficient to employ the talent needed to keep that client base satisfied and growing,” said Smith.

Smith also pointed to WebbMason’s broad range of services as a primary reason for the company’s success. “In addition to the core printing business, WebbMason provides a full range of multichannel offline and digital marketing services, including copywriting, graphic design, brand identity, web design and development, search engine marketing/search engine optimization (SEM/SEO), email marketing, social media management, promotional items, and tradeshow provisioning and support.”
Technology innovations are an important differentiator for WebbMason. The company develops and sells marketing supply chain
and management software. In September 2013, WebbMason introduced MarketingBench™ 2.0, a marketing automation solution for the creation, sourcing, deployment and measurement of integrated marketing programs.  MarketingBench 2.0 fills a void in first-generation marketing automation products: the ability to centrally manage and source print collateral, promotional items and event support in addition to digital marketing.

About WebbMason
Founded in 1989, WebbMason is one of the fastest-growing integrated marketing solutions and services providers in the United States. The company helps marketers and operations professionals manage brand consistency, streamline processes and save money through a combination of industry expertise, technology innovation, and superior customer service. Solutions include distributed marketing management (WM MarketingBench™), on-demand document printing (WM DocBuilder), online workflow management (WM Connect) and WebbMason Interactive, which provides website development, pURL design, search, email marketing, social media and data analytics. WebbMason has 20 sales offices and eight warehousing, distribution and fulfillment locations throughout the US. Learn more at www.webbmason.com.

Social media tags: @WebbMason, #printers, #commercialprinting, #TBBJnewsroom, #MarketingBench, #marketingautomation, #marketing, #multichannelmarketing, #digitalmarketing 

Contact:

Erin Winchester, Marketing Manager
410-785-1111 ext. 1237
ewinchester@webbmason.com

Chas Kielt, On Demand Marketing
chas@kieltondemand.com
617-833-3649

 

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