WilliamsRandall Turns 25

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WilliamsRandall Marketing Communications, Terre Haute, IN, has completed 25 years in business.


Charlie and Donna Williams founded the shop in 1979 as Williams Co. Five years later, New Zealand native Gerry Randall joined the agency, which in 1993 was renamed WilliamsRandall Marketing Communications. Two years later, the firm's Indianapolis office opened, initially to offer Web site development services and now the full complement of services.


The agency employs 40 people across the two offices. Its revenue, while undisclosed, is said to be split evenly between traditional marketing services and technology-based solutions.


Clients include The 500 Festival, ExactTarget, NCAA, Weaver Popcorn, Clabber Girl, Time-O-Matic, Glas-Col, Johnson Memorial Hospital and the Methodist Sports Medicine Center. Also on the roster are Downey Insurance, Rose-Hulman Ventures, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, The Skillman Corp., Irwin Mortgage, Terre Haute Convention and Visitors Bureau and The Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Association.


The agency can claim several achievements, including its partnership with an Internet service provider in 1995 to introduce online access in Terre Haute to further the development of Web-based businesses.


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