It’s no secret that Brunet-García is passionate about public health and immensely proud of our work building brands that inspire meaningful change. This week, we are particularly honored to launch our latest campaign, focused on an issue that has been part of our portfolio for nearly 15 years. The issue is immunization, and the campaign is called The Power to Protect.
Denise M. Reagan
As Brunet-García expands its reputation for building brands that inspire meaningful change, the agency hired a solid business development strategist to spearhead its work with private sector and nonprofit clients: Lisa Goodrich, a longtime consultant with deep ties in the community.
After 14 years in San Marco and just over a year in Downtown, Brunet-García Advertising has relocated to its new permanent home on the second floor of the Black Sheep building in Five Points in Jacksonville, Florida.
Understanding the consequences of risky online behavior and taking a few precautions when necessary is the goal of Brunet-García’s new #BeCyberSmart campaign for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
This year has been one of growth and expansion for Brunet-García. Since January, the agency has added several new clients and nine new employees. Based on the agency’s growth last year, the Jacksonville Business Journal named Brunet-García one of the area’s fastest-growing companies of 2018.