Regan Communications Group announced this week that it has acquired Grouper Marketing & Creative. Based in Yarmouth, Grouper Marketing & Creative has been providing marketing, advertising, design and branding services to businesses and non-profits across the Cape for twenty-five years.
Regan Communications Group is the largest privately held public relations firm in New England with offices in Boston, New York, Washington D.C., Cape Cod, Providence, New London and Florida. Grouper Marketing & Creative will retain its name and work in close partnership with Regan’s Cape Cod division – Pierce-Cotè Advertising in Osterville. Pierce-Cotè is a fully integrated marketing communications agency, whose clients include The Steamship Authority, Cape Cod Healthcare and The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. Grouper Marketing & Creative’s existing clients will benefit from their extensive suite of service offerings, which includes strategic marketing, advertising, design, media planning and placement, social media and public relations.
Grouper Marketing & Creative’s roster of clients includes the non-profit Children’s Cove, The Barnstable County Fairgrounds and The Regional Substance Abuse Council, among others. Rick Sawyer, President and Founder of Grouper Marketing & Creative, will provide consulting services throughout the transition.
“I have complete confidence in the talented team of professionals at Regan Communications and their track record of success,” said Sawyer. “I couldn’t think of a better home for my valued clients.”
“Rick has done a tremendous job of building his company and we’re thrilled to have Grouper Marketing & Creative as a new partner of Pierce-Cotè,” said Brad Schiff, President of Pierce-Cotè. “We look forward to working with his great roster of clients and providing expanded resources and services to them.”
Regan Communications Group is headquartered at 106 Union Wharf in Boston. Pierce Cotè Advertising is located at 683 Main Street in Osterville. Visit www.piercecote.com or www.regancomm.com for more information.