Phoenix, AZ-based FutureOne Inc. completed its acquisition of Ubiquity Design LLC, dba Rocket Science Creative, in an all-stock deal.
Rocket Science Creative is a full service graphic design agency specializing in advertising and promotion design, collateral advertising design, display design, publication design and Web design. Financial specifics were not disclosed.
“Rocket Science Creative is another strategic addition to our Internet based communications company,” Kendall Northern, FutureOne’s president and CEO, said. This acquisition will allow us to offer more products and services to a much broader range of Internet and commercial customers. They will broaden our ability to offer effective e-commerce solutions for businesses.
“Rocket Science Creative will also provide their experience and expertise in the development of NeighborComm, our networked residential and commercial communities.”
Tucker Woodbury of Rocket Science Creative said: “We are pleased to be a part of the FutureOne family and add our expertise in web and e-commerce site development. This and our experience with print advertising and collateral materials design, further enhances FutureOne’s ability to provide a complete technology solution for business.”
Rocket Science clients include Leading Edge Technologies/Prolink Inc., HappyDogToys.com, Adtech Inc.’s Arizona.com Inc., Cox Communications, Air Show Spectacular, Evening Star Productions: Concert & Special Events Promoter, Alice Cooper’s restaurant, Cooperstown, and Dial Group among others.
FutureOne provides Internet access, Web site design, hosting and Web-based marketing and advertising solutions.
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