California Advertising Company Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Spencer Lewis Advertising Company and Marketing firm recently celebrated their 20 years in business in the Inland Empire in California.

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. - Aug. 15, 2019 - PRLog -- Founded in 1999, California Advertising Company Spencer Lewis Marketing Group is celebrating their 20th Anniversary this year.

"We are grateful and happy to have served so many clients over the years." Explains Spencer Lewis President and CEO Shawn Glaspell. "We have also been fortunate enough to keep many of our clients for 10+ years, which is hard to do in such a competitive environment." Glaspell added.

The agency is located in Rancho Cucamonga and serves businesses throughout the Inland Empire and Southern California.

"I have to say, the time has gone by fast," says Glaspell "It seems like it was just the other day when we were just getting started."

Over the last 20 years, the agency has served clients from different industries and promoted different products. The agency has also enjoyed much recognition for their work and has won over 30+ awards from the American Advertising Federation.

"We have been using Spencer Lewis for over 10 years," says agency client Amanda Uhlein, President, Grosh Backdrops & Projections. "He has a very talented team of designers, is on time and respects our deadlines and budgets," added Uhlein. "We've gotten great results."

Owner Shawn Glaspell has a strong background and education in the Hospitality industry and credits his long term success with most of his clients due to that attitude of high level service and customer satisfaction.

"The most important thing to me," Glaspell says, "Is that I listen to clients, do what I say I'm going to do and make sure that they are completely satisfied with my products and services." Glaspell added, "Don't think of us as a vendor, think of us as a Partner."

Spencer Lewis is the design brains behind such clients as The San Bernardino County Employees' Retirement Association, Danik Hook adjustable anchor systems, Orange County Employees Retirement Association, Grosh custom backdrops and drapery in Hollywood and more.

About Spencer Lewis
Spencer Lewis is a boutique Advertising Company and Marketing Firm based in Rancho Cucamonga, Ca. specializing in graphic communications and digital marketing. For more information please visit: https://spencerlewis.com or call 909-945-5247.

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