D4 Creative Group
Offices: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
D4 Creative Group is a brand-sensitive direct
response agency founded in 1990. They produce
great direct mail, print, television, radio,
interactive design, logos and brand identity.
Their clients' success has been their success.
They're both strategic planners and direct
marketing experts. So you know that everything
they do is well thought out. They're extremely
responsive, but never reactive.
Dailey Marketing Group
Offices: Mission Viejo, California
Dailey Marketing Group a full-service advertising
agency—and have been since 1997. What do
they mean by "full-service?" Well, in the
Dailey dictionary, that's an agency specializing
in brilliant ideas—both strategic and creative—brought
to you by the best talent out there. They're
all about you. Ok, so maybe they're a little
bit about them too, but that's only because
they want to be the best. That way you won't
ever have a reason to switch agencies.
Daily & Associates
Offices: West Hollywood, California
Daily & Associates was founded in 1968 by
Peter Dailey and several ambitious young
people who believed that there was a role
for an international advertising agency.
Among the founders was a young creative
director who, 34 years later, is their current
chairman, Cliff Einstein. The agency has
had an unending history of growth, business
success and long client relationships.
Dancie Perugini Ware (DPWPR)
Offices: Houston, Texas
Dancie Perugini Ware is an independent firm
with more than 15 years experience in: leveraging
media and community relations; imprinting
creative brand messages; planning and producing
high-impact events; developing compelling
marketing communications; building strategic
marketing communications and troubleshooting
issues. Each member of DPWPR has extensive
experience creating and directing local,
regional and national promotional programs.
Daniels & Roberts
Offices: Boca Raton, Florida
Daniels & Roberts does advertising. But
they’re not an advertising agency. What
they really do is work that gets noticed,
makes cash registers ring, starts a conversation,
changes perceptions, moves the needle, adds
to the bottom line or creates a buzz. And
they can do it in any number of ways. Traditional
advertising, be it, print, broadcast, radio,
direct mail, or, newer media like web, digital
or social marketing. The bottom line is
whatever they do, the idea is king.