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KEMP Advertising Named Agency of Record for Cumby

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KEMP Advertising + Marketing announced the addition of Cumby Family Funeral Service to their client list.
Cumby chose KEMP because of their knowledge of the local market and 55 years of experience. KEMP will develop a strategic marketing plan for Cumby that will include television, outdoor and print as well as SEO, PPC, re-marketing and digital banner ad placement. Managing Director, Andrew Cumby, said he is “looking forward to getting fresh new ideas and the high quality marketing work that KEMP has a reputation for.”

Cumby currently has two locations in the Triad – High Point and Archdale. “KEMP is one of the few local agencies that have knowledge and experience in both traditional and digital marketing”, said Cumby. Both companies are long-time staples of the High Point business community. Cumby was founded in 1948 by Wade H. Cumby and KEMP Advertising was started by Ed Kemp in 1961. “We take pride in representing high quality, reputable firms and Cumby certainly fits that mold. I have long admired their work…they are a step above the rest,” said Jon Kemp, President of KEMP Advertising. Development work for new concepts and creative is underway and the results will begin to roll out in the near future.

About KEMP Advertising & Marketing www.kempAd.com

KEMP Advertising & Marketing is headquartered in High Point, NC. Their expertise lies in strategic planning, market analysis and brand positioning. They employ both digital marketing and traditional advertising to achieve established goals. Kemp Advertising & Marketing has received local, regional and national awards for its work with clients in the fields of Healthcare, Telecommunications, Non-profits, Home Furnishings, Retail and Manufacturing.

About Cumby Family Funeral Service www.cumbyfuneral.com

Cumby Family Funeral Service is a full service, family operated funeral and cremation company founded in 1948. With locations in High Point and Archdale, North Carolina, Cumby has served generations of families
throughout the Triad with compassion, dignity and respect.

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