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Nye & Associates Smarter Marketing
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We are a full-service marketing, advertising and public relations agency focused on Smarter Marketing
We are a full-service marketing, advertising and public relations agency focused on Smarter Marketing

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2012 marks 35 years in business for Nye & Associates! We are thrilled to celebrate this success, and we feel fortunate and very blessed to be in a position to make this claim. This is a time to reflect on our past successes and to focus on new beginnings.

We have a lot of things in store for 2012 and beyond, including expansion of our interactive division and new technology tools that will help our clients continue to grow. We’re grateful for the relationships our agency has had and continues to have with local, regional and national clients. To each of you we say, thank you. To those of you who don’t know us, we invite you to give us a call at 316-263-5878 to schedule an appointment. We’d like to get to know you!
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Who isn't loving Pinterest right now? Here's how 11 brands are doing it right.

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It’s good to be home. SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) was very exciting, and action-packed but WOW is it a lot to take in over a few days! There were more than 100,000 people who attended SEMA in Las Vegas and more than 2,000 exhibitors, ranging from car audio to performance products to automotive aftermarket accessories. There were B2B companies and consumer-direct companies, and many who were both! We had two clients exhibiting this year, both are international manufacturers/distributors of automotive accessory products to help protect your vehicle. We also made some new friends. The good news is our clients are up in terms of annual revenue compared to this time last year. And more good news - many marketing directors and company owners admitted their sales revenue was either up, or flat. Most companies were not down. Not to say there weren’t a few. Overall, the auto industry is seeing a comeback that has been working its way up the ladder the past couple years. This is a good thing. For all of us. It means jobs and a more stable economy. While SEMA offered new concept vehicles, celebrity appearances and some of the coolest vehicles in the world - the best part for me was hangin’ with our clients and watching them succeed!!

- Lee Clark, VP Business Development
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