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Consumers expect more from the brands they love.

In today’s plugged-in marketplace, brands have the ability to connect with target audiences like never before; however, these audiences are more savvy and discerning with each passing moment. When it comes to communication, relevance is key. Brand messages must appeal both emotionally and logically to inspire purchasing decisions. This requires research, creativity and strategy — all Saxum trademarks. We create authentic and engaging campaigns that measure and build upon authority, affinity and action.

Recognizing that consumers expect more from the brands they love, Saxum helps your organization develop meaningful messages that create a connection. Our team of marketing and digital strategists, art directors, videographers and copywriters combine their extensive experience working with top regional and national brands to develop and execute game-changing marketing campaigns that not only entertain, but also resonate and inspire action.

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Team Members

Dan Martel
Senior Vice President, Chief Creative Officer
Amy Pyles
Vice President, Digital
Amy Blackburn
Account Director, Media and Brand Strategy
Chad Bianco
Senior Art Director
Ivan Caro
Melanie Christian
Senior Account Director and General Manager, Tulsa
Jenifer McAbee
Digital Project Manager
Aran Bruce
Senior Digital Strategist
Kate Cunningham
Senior Account Executive
Houda Elyazgi
Account Director & Social Good Practice Lead
Megan Jones
Senior Account Executive
Conrad Kersten
Account Coordinator
Lindsay Laird
Vice President, Business Development
Lisa Lloyd
Integrated Project Director
Jeff Lowe
Technical Director
Jessica Robbins
Associate Creative Director, User Experience
Debbie Schramm
C. Renzi Stone
Chairman and CEO
Anthony Triana
Media Relations Supervisor
Lindsay Vidrine
Senior Account Director & Health Practice Lead
Logan Walcher
Ashley Wilemon
Senior Vice President, Public Relations and Public Affairs
Lacy Wulfers
Account Supervisor
Lacey Boone
Account Coordinator
Nida Nizami
Social Media Coordinator

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