–Lacey Stryker, Joe Bawol, and Tim Dix Join the Agency–
Baltimore, Md. (July 29)—Planit, a Baltimore-based marketing and communications agency, today announced the addition of three new members to the team, Lacey Stryker and Joe Bawol as Account Executives and Tim Dix as Senior Web Developer. Stryker and Bawol will concentrate on the daily operations and account services for clients such as G.B.M.C., New Horizons, Signs by Tomorrow, and Luck Companies. Dix will transform creative ideas into fully functional web solutions and further expand Planit’s digital capabilities.
“We’re seeing a turnaround in the economic climate, and our clients are looking to us to bring solutions to leverage this turnaround,” said Matt Doud, president and co-founder of Planit. “Lacey, Tim, and Joe bring great experience to an already-solid team supporting some of the most innovative, strategic, and integrated campaigns out there. We are successful in doing this time and time again due to our ability to foster a creative, idea-driven atmosphere while attracting and retaining the best talent.”
Before joining Planit, Lacey Stryker was a marketing and events consultant with a focus on engineering communication solutions through multi-channel campaigns for her clients. Prior to consulting, Lacey was the advertising manager for luxury jewelry brand John Hardy where she oversaw integrated advertising efforts to elevate brand recognition.
Bawol, a 10-year veteran in the industry, started his career at GKV and then continued on to SNS Marketing. Joe has extensive experience with healthcare and education marketing, as well as B2B and financial experience, bringing key experience to the table as Planit continues to work with clients in these industries.
Tim Dix joins Planit after two years as a senior web developer at Merrick Towle Communications for clients such as Bozzuto, Kettler, and Foulger-Pratt. Dix led the department in all digital endeavors including: websites, interactive tours, touch-screen kiosks, web applications, interactive ads, and videos.