BALTIMORE – June 29, 2017 – Warschawski, a full-service advertising, marketing, digital, public relations, branding, web design, creative and crisis communications agency, announced today that David Rico has been promoted to Developer. In this new role, David will design, build and maintain client websites, landing pages, databases, apps and e-mail campaigns, along with taking on new digital projects and ad campaigns.
David joined Warschawski in 2016 as a Junior Web Developer. During his time with the Agency, David has assisted in developing websites, digital ad campaigns and other digital projects for many of the agency’s clients, including: Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK), GRIDLION, Heritage Training & Shooting Center, Alex Cooper Auctioneers, Global Telecom Brokers, FIAA, the Law Offices of Evan K. Thalenberg and Biologics Consulting.
“David brings an entrepreneurial spirit to everything he does – constantly pushing the envelope and seeking new solutions. He is curious by nature and enjoys challenging himself to stay ahead of the curve,” said Shana Harris, COO of Warschawski. “David has been a wonderful addition to the Agency and we look forward to his continued growth.”
When out of the office, David enjoys hiking, reading, and trying new foods.
ABOUT WARSCHAWSKI (www.warschawski.com):
Warschawski is dedicated to providing clients with the highest quality of branding, marketing, PR, advertising, interactive and creative design services. Warschawski has won the top recognition of being named “U.S. Small Agency of the Year” for three years in a row. For ten consecutive years, it also has been ranked as one of the top 30 “Best Agencies to Work For” in the U.S. In 2010, Warschawski was named “U.S. Small Agency of the Year” and the “Best Small Agency to Work For” in the U.S. The company, whose clients include Fortune 500 and Inc. 500 companies, has won more than 200 awards for its marketing communications work over the last 15 years. Warschawski was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Baltimore, MD.