LITTE ROCK, Ark. (Jan. 26, 2018): Established in 1993 by Gary W. Lay, GWL Advertising, Inc. has been successfully helping clients, while still quietly flying under the radar within the advertising industry for 25 years.
Throughout those 25 years, GWL Advertising has curated a reputable image, both local and throughout the country, by building a team mixed with the perfect balance of creative and media-minded individuals.
Gary Lay began his business with only one client, Steve Landers. Together, both their businesses have grown beyond expectations, and their working relationship is still strong 25 years later. GWL Advertising has grown into a full-service agency that specializes in all forms of advertising and creative marketing with 31 employees and more than 50 clients throughout 10 different states.
Out of GWL Advertising came See Spot Run Productions, a full-service in-house production company that handles HD video, animation, shooting, editing, and more, founded by Gary Lay in 2005.
In February of 2017, See Spot Run Productions acquired Audio Recording Corporation of Arkansas (ARCA), and can now provide current and future clientele with the most advanced audio capabilities.
Also formed in 2017, GWL Digital is GWL Advertising’s latest venture into the ever-changing landscape of the advertising world. GWL worked in the digital field for quite some time but felt purchasing Mass Enthusiasm would give them the people and expertise to complete their digital repertoire, making GWL Advertising a true one-stop shop for all things advertising.
Gary Lay says, “It is with great pride that we can offer clients a facility for media and creative strategy all the way to the execution of radio and television commercials to fully developed digital campaigns; every aspect carefully tailored to the clients’ goals, all the while measuring results. Crazy. Good. Results.”
While GWL Advertising has primarily worked within the automotive industry, they are looking forward to using all their resources to not only expand into different fields, but also leave an everlasting mark on the advertising industry.