We’re Used to Managing Media,
Not Being Featured in It…

Earlier in May, the Richmond Times-Dispatch was kind enough to tell the Lewis Media Partners story, a business feature that synched up nicely with our 20-year anniversary. For the next few days, our phones rang. A lot. Our email inboxes overflowed. And when we were out and about in RVA, you reached out.

We can’t thank all of you enough — not just for the kindness you extended, but for everything you did to help us get here. The support of our clients, partners, friends and family over the past two decades is a huge reason why Lewis Media Partners is where we are today.

We also have a message for our friends at the Times-Dispatch, including President and Publisher Tom Silvestri and our terrific sales reps, Doris Ann Kane and Daniel Criner: Newspapers aren’t dead. Far from it, in fact. They’re alive and kicking.

Of course, as a media agency wheeling and dealing in both print and traditional media, we already knew this simply wasn’t the case. Print plays a critical role in an effective integrated media strategy. And now our own story can serve as a great case study to illustrate that not only are folks reading the paper, they’re acting on it, too.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Media buyer Aurelia Lewis helps companies make smart advertising investments

By TAMMIE SMITH, Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 6, 2018

Twenty years ago, seeking a more balanced work and family life mix, Aurelia Lewis left a job as an associate media director at The Martin Agency to work freelance as a media placement strategist, planner and buyer…

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Posted on May 23, 2018 in Media, Media Planning

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