Hafenbrack Receives Commendation From Ohio House
DAYTON, OH (February 20, 2007) - Hafenbrack Marketing received a commendation from the Ohio House of Representatives for its new office opening in Dayton.
In December, the company moved its headquarters, previously located in Miamisburg, to the recently renovated Kuhns Building in downtown Dayton. Located on the fourth and fifth floors, the agency joins other firms like the Aids Resource Center, the Better Business Bureau and Five Rivers Metro Parks with offices in the beautifully reconstructed 1892 building on the corner of Fourth and Main Streets.
"The move downtown was big for us," said Hafenbrack Founder and CEO Dave Hafenbrack. "We are excited to be part of the downtown revitalization. As a major force in the regional marketing environment, we felt it was important to locate our headquarters within the City of Dayton."
The commendation was sponsored by Representatives Ross W. McGregor and Clayton R. Luckie and congratulates the agency on the opening of its new location. Both representatives serve in the districts that Hafenbrack has offices - Dayton and Springfield.
From the commendation, "Recognition of this special event is a fitting tribute to Hafenbrack Marketing, for since its inception in the late 1970's, this fine company has earned the gratitude and appreciation of many satisfied clients.
"Over the years, Hafenbrack Marketing has enhanced the quality of life in our society, and it is truly deserving of high praise. We are certain that as this worthy enterprise maintains its dedication to service, it will continue to grow and prosper and will follow in the tradition of excellence that has become its hallmark."
The commendation is signed by Representatives McGregor, Luckie and Speaker of the House Jon Husted.