MORRIS COUNTY — Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Board Member Frank Cahill presents a membership plaque to Dawn Donohue, Adams Direct and Media Services. Joining in the festivities were Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Hanover Committee Chair Barbara Freda and Dr. Pat Selimo, Chairman Ambassadors committee.
The year was 1965 – a First Class stamp cost 5 cents, and Lyndon B. Johnson was President. The world was still just dreaming about space flight, but in East Hanover, Allan and Lillian Adams already had a vision and a goal: To establish the best direct mail service, and become the premier marketing solutions provider in their field. Through years of hard work and dedication, both the vision and the goal became a reality!
Starting in a 2,400 square foot facility, the company continuously expanded and in 1998 moved into their brand new 35,000 square foot state-of the-art building with over 60 employees. None of this growth would have happened had the Adams’ not held tight to the highest of standards in marketing solutions for their clients.
Today the company uses cutting edge technologies, best-in-class equipment, and boasts a staff of committed marketing specialists who believe “good” is not enough and “better” is always possible. Offerings have expanded to include integrated Cross Media Marketing solutions that maximize Return on Investment (ROI). Management now includes son, Keith W. Adams, and son-in-law, William A. James III, who continue to keep the vision and dream of Lillian and Allan alive and well.
Adams is the choice for all your Cross Media Marketing Solutions, Variable Data Printing, Digital Printing, and Mailing needs.
Adams Direct and Media Services is located at 39 Farinella Drive, East Hanover and can be reached by calling (973) 887-3409. You can also click here for their website.
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