There’s No Substitute For Experience
Aim Advertising was founded in 1992 by Mark and Mary Anne Fleisher. Mark’s background includes working as a freelance musician, on-air radio announcer, recording engineer, radio advertising salesperson, sales manager, and owner and GM of a radio station. Mary Anne had worked in music instrument sales, managed of two music stores and sold radio advertising.
Since 1992 Aim Advertising has produce thousands of print and radio ads and hundreds of video productions. The company has won many awards including an international award for the best radio spot from the International Amusements and Attractions Association, an ADDY for the best jingle from the American Advertising Federation in New York, and many more national and regional awards.
We have place millions of dollars in radio, newspaper, TV, and billboard advertising for our clients and have run hundreds of ad campaigns across almost every advertising platform. Today we are placing hundreds of thousands of dollars in online advertising for our clients.
We have always innovated to deliver superior product and service for our clients. To save our clients money and time, our company was the first agency in Pennsylvania to deliver full color PDF files to the newspapers over the Internet. In 1997 we were one of the first companies in the country to move audio files over the Internet using mp3 for radio production and spot delivery. Today, we continue to innovate, finding more powerful and impactful ways to advertise like digital signage in high traffic tourist venues and in banks.
As the world changes, so does Aim. We are always looking for ways to deliver world class marketing to businesses who previously would not have been able to afford it. In 2015 we helped our staff find new positions with larger companies and began outsourcing to save our clients money Today Mary Anne and I personally work directly with all of our clients. When there is something our clients need that we cannot provide in-house, we outsource to some of the best people in the world as easily as if they were in the room next door.