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Carmel Roques — President and CEO, Keswick

“The team’s dedication to our success is evident in the attention they give to our work. We feel as if they spend our money wisely and strategically, negotiating favorable rates and running our messages in the highest viewing areas for our work.”

Joseph Harrison — Sr Program Manager, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

“Clapp 360 Communications has exceeded our expectations and consistently impressed us with their ability to perform on our behalf. They have pitched stories on our school and have developed relationships with reporters on our behalf with great enthusiasm, all while cultivating a strong reputation for Jemicy.”

Ben Shifrin — Headmaster, Jemicy School

“We hired Clapp 360 Communications when we were in need of an agency shake-up to help us breathe new life into our brand. We are happy with our partnership and the focus, professionalism, and great ideas they have brought to our account."

Nicole Haslip — Marketing and Communications Manager, Saft

“Their attention to detail, [ability to create] the storyline, and excellence at event coordination make us a content repeat client.  We look forward to continuing our partnership.”

Timothy Elliott — Co-Founder, Elliott Sidewalk Communities

“Clapp 360 Communications exceeds my expectations for researching viable marketing options, negotiating favorable media rates and for planning effective campaigns. Everyone seems to want to go the extra mile to help our school succeed."

Casey Joyce — Annual Fund Manager, The Maryland School for the Blind
Jemicy School

Increasing Brand Awareness and Enrollment at Jemicy

Jemicy needed to maintain its stellar reputation when a competing school opened in the same region, and as other schools expanded their offerings for children with learning differences.
Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police

Crisis Management for Baltimore City Police After Unrest

The Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police needed to improve law enforcement’s public image during and after the Freddie Gray case and the resulting unrest in the city, combined with a growing national distrust of police.
Walden University

Driving More Leads with New Creative and Direct Mail

Walden hosts more than 500 events each year to enroll prospective students who’ve shown interest in Walden (so-called warm leads) but haven’t committed. Attendance and registration for events was down, events felt predictable and marketing collateral wasn’t strong.
Large Veterans Service Organization

Better Fundraising Outcomes for Veteran Service Organizations

The American Legion Department of Pennsylvania depends entirely on active membership, participation and volunteerism, but marketing materials were unattractive and inconsistent and showed poor performance. The Legion had no system to manage or store inventory and showed a below average return on investment (ROI) for its marketing materials.
Len the Plumber

Using Data Driven Marketing to Drive Lead Conversions

Len the Plumber needs a constant flow of leads to keep growing its business, but other marketing service providers were not able to meet its needs.
Johns Hopkins University

Managing JHU's CME Program

The CME office worked with multiple vendors with no one overseeing the big picture of its marketing efforts. It experienced inconsistency in the quality and pricing of marketing products and its deliverables were often late.