Raise a glass to 2016!

Raise a glass to 2016!

Wow! What a year 2016 has been!

We’ve had two fantastic new additions to our team. We’ve moved to larger, swankier offices. We got down and dirty at the Wolf Run. We’ve started working with a host of wonderful new clients.

Oh and in the meantime, we’ve been just a little bit busy creating news, arranging interviews, attending events, designing infographics, filming videos, creating social media campaigns and generally had a fantastic time helping our automotive clients grow their businesses. 2016 has certainly been our busiest year to date, but equally, one of the most satisfying and rewarding.

BBC Midlands Today filming at our client Silverstone Auctions' Salon Privé sale

As we approach the end of the year, but before we close our laptop lids and take a well-earned break, I’d just like to pass on a couple of words of thanks.

Firstly, a huge ‘thanks’ goes out to my amazing team. I’m incredibly proud of their unfaltering commitment, professionalism, energy and enthusiasm. It really is a pleasure to work alongside these guys. The team has achieved some amazing results this year and I hope that you all have a fantastic and well-deserved break.

Secondly, I’d like to thank all of our clients for your continued support throughout 2016. We’re only too aware that there are other agencies who you could turn to, but the fact that you trust us, month after month, to look after, protect and grow your business means the world to us, and we thank you for your ongoing faith in our abilities.

With 2017 nearly upon us, we’ll shortly be closing our door and turning our phones to silent for a few days. After a little bit of partying, some time relaxing, a few presents and the odd glass or two, I’m sure that we’ll be back in January, revitalised with even more vigour than ever before hoping to make 2017 ours, and your best year yet.

So all that’s left for me to say is ‘thanks’ again and I’d like to wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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