Seven Times a Winner

December 1, 2021

Another Best for LOOMIS

The Earth has seven seas. Rainbows have seven colors. There are seven days in a week. And, with The LOOMIS Agency’s appearance on the 2021 “Top 100 Places to Work” list published by The Dallas Morning News, the agency makes its seventh appearance on the coveted roll.

The announcement follows news earlier this year that the agency made the “Best Places to Work” list published by the Dallas Business Journal for a seventh time, as well.

“Company culture has never been more important for success and that drives our team’s shared commitment to making LOOMIS a great place to work.” — Julie Ondrusek, LOOMIS partner and Director of Client Services

Being a great place to work is the byproduct of a high performing culture. Driving business performance through company culture is something LOOMIS CEO Mike Sullivan and his co-host, Michael Tuggle, explore on their monthly podcast, “The Voice of the Underdog.

Ondrusek says that when team members are highly engaged and enjoying their environment, the benefits accrue not only to them but to all the agency’s stakeholders. More unity, better communication, boosted productivity, better retention, and happier clients are just some of the results.

Explore the topic of building great company culture further by reading, “The Voice of the Underdog: How Challenger Brands Create Distinction by Thinking Culture First.”

Founded in 1984, LOOMIS is an award-winning advertising agency specializing in identifying and leveraging strategic advantages for national and regional challenger brands with specific expertise in restaurants, retail, and franchising. Learn more at theloomisagency.com.

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