Warschawski PR to Communicate Louder Than Words

Warschawski PR


Warschawski, an award-winning Baltimore PR agency, announced that it will acquire the Boston-based marketing communications agency Louder Than Words (LTW) effective November 1, 2010. The financial details of the deal have not been disclosed, but the company wins back a prestigious PR professional, who served as VP of Warschawski in the late 1990s.

Rich Polt is currently the president of LTW, and he will bring back to Warschawski more than sixteen years of marketing communications and business leadership experience. As a result of the deal, he will have to relocate from Boston to Baltimore to join Warschawski’s Baltimore office as a Senior Vice President.

Warschawski will operate an office in Bostom, where they leave in charge LTW’s current vice president, Tricia McKenna. Tricia will continue to oversee and manage LTW accounts and ensure a successful transition for all clients to Warschawski.

“Adding Rich to our senior management team in Baltimore and having Tricia head up our Boston presence helps to further deepen our already strong senior management team and positions us nicely for continued growth and success. We look forward to working with our new clients and delivering thrilling results for them,” said David Warschawski, founder and CEO of Warschawski.

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