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Wildwood Marketeer Buys AlphaGraphics

This change for the print and marketing services company signifies a renewed focus on customer service and expanded capabilities, says new owner.

Mike Donnelly, of Donnelly Creative Partners, Inc., purchased marketing communications company AlphaGraphics of St. Louis, effective as of Tuesday. The Wildwood resident is a former Maritz Inc. executive.

Donnelly has 30-plus years of creative, print and marketing services. He is a multiple winner of both national Direct Marketing Association (DMA) and local St. Louis Chapter DMA Awards. He has experience in managing traditional direct mail and printed communications, as well as leveraging today’s digital technologies and new media opportunities, according to a news release about the purchase.

“I am excited to draw upon my expertise in integrated and interactive marketing services and to leverage the great capabilities and resources at AlphaGraphics,” stated Donnelly in the release.

“By designing and implementing strategic marketing solutions, we can help businesses and organizations increase their reach and experience greater return on investment for their marketing efforts.”

Donnelly said the change in ownership represents a renewed focus on providing quality customer service, and an expansion of the creative and marketing options now available to clients. "Even with these improvements, our customers can rest assured that the same AlphaGraphics team they rely on will still be here to support them."

For the past 16 years, Bob Sanderson owned AlphaGraphics. Sanderson stated in the release he has enjoyed being part of the community and working with many valued customers.

AlphaGraphics, Inc., plans, produces and manages business and marketing communications for businesses at nearly 300 owner-operated, locally-based business centers worldwide. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, the AlphaGraphics network, has operated for more than 40 years. 

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