Thursday, March 18, 2010

The Midas Center Welcomes New Team Members

The Midas Center, a full service communications agency located in downtown Plymouth is proud to officially announce three new members to the Midas team. New team members Michael Bergman, Brandy Coomer and Shannon Samuelson bring the perfect amount of creativity and technical expertise to help The Midas Center meet its main objective: to help organizations and businesses succeed in the marketplace.

With over 50 years of collective experience serving global corporations, professional service firms, government agencies, political campaigns and nonprofit organizations, this latest addition will position The Midas Center to better serve Michiana’s business leaders and ultimately foster growth for the community’s commerce.

In addition to helping current and future clients, this expansion also provides local employment opportunities. “One of the most rewarding parts of my career has been getting projects that provide jobs and empower other creative professionals,” remarks Andrea Cook, The Midas Center’s Founder and President.

Michael Bergman, account executive speaks on his new position, "I'm proud to join The Midas Center team, in a downtown building that bears my family name on its Michigan Street exterior," said Bergman. "My roots are in Plymouth, I'm finally 'home' and share Andrea's vision for a revitalized, green, downtown Plymouth and a business that supports economic development in Marshall County."

Recently relocated from Chicago, The Midas Center opened its doors at 100 W. Garro Street and since October has provided a variety of services for local clients including Culver United Methodist Church, Earthworks, Lake Maxinkuckee Envrionmental Council, HanggUp, Imaginary Art School, inSPIRATIVE art center, Marshall County Neighborhood Center, Recycle Depot and Sorian. From web sites, social media programs, visual identities and public relations, The Midas Center has provided a customized approach based on each client’s vision, need and budget.

In six short months The Midas Center has reached out to local business to offer free monthly workshops. This series of Brown Bag lunch workshops have included topics such as web site basics, social media and branding. Wednesday, April 28th will be the final free workshop and is a WILDCARD. The public is welcome to vote for the preferred topic to be presented by visiting The Midas Center on Facebook.


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