Chase, one of the nation’s leading banks for small businesses, today launched a new advertising campaign featuring three clients who use Chase Platinum Business and Chase Merchant Services to give them a competitive edge. The campaign debuted in Southern California at the first-ever Women’s Business Symposia presented by Chase, a series of exclusive networking event for women business owners. The first event features celebrity women entrepreneurs, including an interactive discussion with women whose business success stories have been featured at Chase.
The multi-media campaign includes print and radio advertising that will run in 10 markets across the United States, and a digital component with extended-length videos available nationwide. Sharing their business growth stories are:
Alison and Daniel Jamele, owners of MediaMation in Torrance, CA – a maker of interactive attraction technologies such as 4x motion used in theme parks and museums and leading supplier and manufacturer of 4D/5D motion EFX theaters.
Brian Hoffmann and Bobby Barr, owners of CE-DFW of Grapevine, TX – a provider of warehouse equipment, forklifts sales, service and rentals that specializes in expert service.Tom Grossman, owner of Blue Chip Farms in Wallkill, NY – which breeds and boards championship horses on 700 acres in the Hudson River Valley. “These three companies are great examples of the four million American small businesses Chase is so proud to serve,” said Donna Vieira, head of product and marketing for Chase Business Banking. “Working closely with our customers means we learn their priorities for running successful businesses and ensures that we can deliver services that fit their specific needs.” Chase Platinum Business and Chase Merchant Services provide these companies and thousands of others valuable tools to accelerate sales, including premium personalized service and:
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