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The Best of Both Worlds … Rural Roots and an Urban Setting

By Dave Neuger on September 15, 2014

Thank goodness there is plenty of wood in our new North Loop space in downtown Minneapolis. Neuger Communications Group just opened its second office, located in the TractorWorks Building (800 Washington Avenue North). It’s a fine old building resplendent with undulating floors, high ceilings and wooden beams that are truly awe-inspiring. I invite you to stop by to see us. We’ll explain why 2014 has been a banner year for Neuger Communications Group to date. (Knock on wood.)

Our sales have reached a record high. We’ve completed an acquisition that has resulted in a broader and deeper bench, especially in the areas of traditional media relations and social media expertise. We’ve opened the office in downtown Minneapolis to better serve our ever-widening client base. Northfield, Minnesota, remains our headquarters and the majority of our support team is housed there, but our team leaders work out of both offices and our media experts are based in the Twin Cities, the 15th largest media market in the U.S.

Why two offices? First and foremost, because our clients have asked for it. We pride ourselves on being ultra-responsive to our clients’ needs. With offices in Northfield and Minneapolis, we offer the best of both worlds … the horsepower of being the largest communications firm based in southern Minnesota matched with the convenience of providing integrated services through a natural urban hub for the rest of the nation.

We aim to be the fastest growing and most effective communications firm in the region. I’m extraordinarily proud of our team of professionals, I’m proud of our values and I’m proud of our track record for helping our clients achieve sterling results. Give us a call to learn how we can put our expertise to work for you today.

About Dave

Founder of Neuger Communications Group, Dave Neuger has a 30-year history of success in the communications field, emphasizing targeted communications strategies in areas such as corporate communications, media relations, issues management, crisis communications and marketing communications. He models an intense commitment to professional counsel and exemplary client service – and is also well known for keeping his desktop jar of M&Ms full for colleagues and visitors to enjoy. Read More »

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