898 Marketing Adds Jaclyn DiDomenico as Lead Creative Designer

898 Marketing Adds Jaclyn DiDomenico as Lead Creative Designer

(MAY 28, 2019) Canfield, OH – Jaclyn DiDomenico will act as the lead on all creative and graphic design elements supporting 898 Marketing’s growing list of clients. She will collaborate directly with them on all of their design needs including logos, ads, digital and social elements, rebranding initiatives, and more, while managing the growing graphics team at the Canfield-based agency.

DiDomenico interned at Aultman Hospital in Canton, Ohio and was hired full time upon her graduation from Walsh University. At Aultman Hospital, her responsibilities included designing marketing materials, collaborating with the creative team and assisting in the facilitation of large-scale events from conception to completion of props and settings.

“After being based in Canton for school and work over the past five years, I’m happy to be back in the Mahoning Valley helping local businesses achieve their goals,” said DiDomenico. “It’s also exciting to be a part of the growth of 898 Marketing as we’re expanding not only our team, but also the clients we serve.”

“Many individuals feel young, talented people from the area have to leave to find success. Jaclyn brings a diverse skillset and an array of talent back to the area to join our growing company,” 898 Marketing President, Jeff Ryznar said. “Her creative insight, positive energy and enthusiasm are a great fit for our team as our agency continues to evolve to meet our clients’ needs and make a positive impact in the growth of our community.”

About 898 Marketing
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