352 Media Group Expands Services to Include Media Buying and Advertising

352 Media Group is no longer just about websites.

The web development and digital marketing agency is expanding their service offerings to include branding, media strategy, media buying, and broadcast production.

“Web marketing is only one piece of the puzzle,” said Peter Van Rysdam, Chief Marketing Officer at 352 Media Group. “By offering branding, media buying and even traditional forms of advertising, we’re able to truly offer our clients a complete marketing solution.”

To lead this new venture, the company has brought on Damion Wasylow and Melissa Morris, formally of Group Five + Associates. Combined, they have more than 23 years of experience in media buying and branding.

“352 Media Group has amazing in-house talent,” Wasylow said. “The team is passionate about producing outstanding work and that translates to results. By joining 352, our combined client base will now benefit even more.”

About Damion Wasylow

Damion Wasylow has worked in advertising and marketing for 18 years. He began his career as a graphic designer with the Tampa Bay Times (formally St. Petersburg Times) in 1994. He joined the full-service advertising agency, Group Five + Associates, as a designer and copywriter in 1999.

Through the course of 13 years with the agency, Damion expanded his abilities to include media buying, creative direction and account management.  He spearheaded award-winning campaigns for dozens of clients including the Florida Department of Health, Cox Communications and Healthcare Corporation of America.

About Melissa Morris

Melissa Morris moved to Gainesville, Florida 10 years ago where she graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Advertising. She began her advertising career at a yellow pages company where she sold print and online campaigns in three different markets.

She then moved to Group Five + Associates to focus on account management and media buying. There, Melissa handled projects and media placement for clients like Cox Communications, the Alachua County Office of Waste Alternatives and the Florida Department of Health.

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