More NewsEisnor Interactive Signs Two New Clients

Eisnor Interactive Signs Two New Clients

Eisnor Interactive Inc., an off-linepromotions and guerrilla marketing agency for online brands, signed auto sales site carOrder.com and Beer.com as clients.

Eisnor Interactive Inc., an off-line promotions and guerrilla marketing agency for online brands, signed auto sales site carOrder.com and Beer.com as clients.

Billings were not disclosed.

Eisnor Interactive said it will work with these companies to develop strategic media promotional campaigns that will reinforce their brands.

“Internet companies want an agency that will understand how to position their brand, attract customers with targeted campaigns and help them stand out from both the clutter and the competition,” said Kevin Starace, vice president, business development.

Eisnor Interactive clients include TheStreet.com, Staples.com, Reebok, Polaroid, Nick.com, Homeruns.com, CyberShop, MapQuest.com, Prodigy Internet, N2K, Pseudo Programs, Inc., BOL and GTE Internetworking, among others.

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