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MasonBaronet’s Year-End Highlights

December 18, 2017

MasonBaronet, a Dallas advertising firm specializing in branding, began work this year with a variety of clients in a breadth of industries, from manufacturing and construction to professional services and healthcare. New accounts from 2017 include ThermoServ/Prolon, Wesley Wayne Interiors, Materials Marketing, AmSpa, Fullenweider Wilhite, Prevenna and Liquid Environmental Solutions.

 

“This year, we had the privilege of working with some of the finest businesses in Dallas and beyond,” said Holly Mason, president and owner, MasonBaronet. “I am proud of the creative produced by my team for all our clients and look forward to continuing this work into 2018.”

 

With a specialization in branding, the firm completed a significant rebrand of Bishop Dunne, a college preparatory school providing exemplary education for grades 6 through 12. Other notable completions include the redesign of the NAPE website, as well as brand work with DentalOne Partners, Burress Law, and long standing clients such as Lehigh Hanson, Calabrese Budner and Southern Methodist University.

 

MasonBaronet began the year with a new office space, relocating to the Arts District in downtown Dallas. The firm also added to its team, welcoming Kristin Baxter as creative director and Dustin Deville as account manager. Both bring unique insight and experience, further contributing to the success of MasonBaronet.

 

“Bringing in new talent is essential to building a strong organization and our most recent additions are excellent fits for both our company and the companies we serve,” said Mason.

 

As president and owner, Mason’s expertise was featured in Entrepreneur, Business 2 Community and Crain’s. She also served as a judge in SMU’s Big Idea Business Plan Competition, and spoke at a Dallas Roundtable Group, the DEC and Mary Kay Women’s Entrepreneurship Summit.

 

“Watching our ideas come to fruition is one of the most fulfilling aspects of working in design. As we move towards 2018, we hope to continue this legacy of creating smart solutions for those we work with,” said Mason.


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