We have a lot to say. Admittedly, some of it probably shouldn’t be said in public, so we’ll keep it to the stuff that matters. Don’t expect us to only spew words or facts. We’ll tell you what we think, and more importantly, why it matters to you.

Nov 15, 2012

Dan Diveley Does It All

Geile/Leon G/L Culture, General

Born in St. Louis and raised in Jefferson County, “Double D” grew up with a passion for music, which led to his degree in music business from Fontbonne University. Although he enjoys spending time playing the piano at church, working in his garage and hunting, around Geile/Leon, he is known as the client matchmaker.

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Nov 08, 2012

No thanks. Not interested.

Dan Diveley G/L Approach, G/L Culture, Planning

What is the value of these four little words? I was asked to write a blog about something I know, or some point of view…anything that might educate, spark discussion or demonstrate G/L’s culture. Well, with my 25 years of experience on the front-end of ad agency business development, I thought I’d write about something that meets all these criteria: …

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Nov 07, 2012

Making It Mean Something For 23 Years

Tim Leon Branding, G/L Approach, Strategy

This past Saturday, November 3, marked 23 years in business for Geile/Leon Marketing Communications. We celebrated with employees on Friday with a lunch and a presentation from our management team titled, Make It Mean Something. 

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Oct 26, 2012

With Time, Comes Greater Knowledge

Geile/Leon G/L Culture, General

What could possibly be better for agency life than experience? How about a dynamic, outgoing personality to go with it? Geile/Leon Marketing Communications’ longtime account service leader, Miranda Warren, just so happens to have it all. And now, the time has finally come to get to know the driving force that has been pushing our G/Lers forward and keeping them …

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Oct 26, 2012

Social E-Commerce: The Wave of the Future or The Ultimate Cop-out?

Geile/Leon Digital

We’ve come a long way in a short time since the “birth” of the Internet. House hunters can view satellite images of hopeful homesteads while on the go, long lost friendships can reconnect with a single tap from their phone, and almost all of anyone’s shopping needs can be satisfied without even stepping into an actual store. So, it only …

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