By Carly Damman Associate, ImPRessions Account
ImPRessions is happy to announce a new client, Friendly Paws Pet Supplies and Grooming. The Athens County Humane Society account will absorb Friendly Paws as an additional client. Brittany Lambert will be the account executive for both accounts. The current members of the Athens County Humane Society account will now work with their account and with Friendly Paws.
Athens native and owner of Friendly Paws, Shelley Lieberman, was so happy with the firm’s work on the Humane Society last year, she approached ImPRessions about working with her business this year. With a big increase in members, ImPRessions is excited to add new clients and expand their reach throughout the Athens community and beyond.
The firm is excited about Friendly Paws as a new addition, showing clients are pleased with ImPRessions work. CEO of ImPRessions, Devin Hughes, expresses his excitement about the new addition saying, “My favorite part of the job is hearing testimonials from clients about how pleased they are with our work, so I was thrilled to hear that Shelley was impressed to the point of wanting to do extra business with us.”
Friendly Paws offers grooming six days a week, is an eco-friendly business, sells locally made products for pets and a percentage of their profits each year benefit local rescues. One of those local rescues is the Athens Humane Society, which helps the two organizations work well together.
The Athens County Humane Society account is helping to plan the Humane Society’s Centennial Celebration. The celebration will be held Oct. 9th from 7 to 9 p.m. and will include desserts, drinks and animal lovers. Tickets can be purchased at many local stores including Friendly Paws. The Athens Humane Society account will also be hosting a rescued pet calendar contest. Participants can find more information at the Friendly Paws Pet Supplies and Grooming or Athens County Humane Society Facebook page.
Account Executive, Brittany Lambert, is still working on getting the Friendly Paws account up and running. The Athens County Humane Society account will host a Halloween event at the store and will begin planning for the event soon.
“The fact that Shelley was happy enough with our work with Athens County Humane Society that she would approach us for a second account is a testament to the quality of our members and campaigns,” Hughes said. ImPRessions is proud to add a new client to their firm and is looking forward to finding more new clients to accommodate the increased membership this year.