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Agrimarketing : January February 2008
A century of storytellers 1907-2007 Pictured from left to right: Marla Hall-Fay, Joel Clifton, Kathy Murphy, Cindy Hemingway, Chris Hanson, Joe Rosenberg, Connor T Flynn Jr., Jim Spoerl, Mike Annear, Chris Abrahamson, Tom Flynn, Bellana Putz, Mindy Inthalangsy. Lessing-Flynn was the first agency in Iowa to adopt desktop publishing in the early 1980s. Since then, the agency has invested heavily in computer technology -- and has become a local champion of the Mac. The Fourth Generation Today, Roy Flynn's great grandson Tom Flynn is the fourth generation to lead the agency. Paul Lessing probably wouldn't even recognize the agency -- or the industry. Digital printing ... satellite t.v ... the internet ... blogging ... podcasting ... satellite radio ... have all changed the way clients talk to people. But despite all the changes in media and technology, the basic idea of "telling a story" which Paul Lessing championed 100 years ago is still the way Lessing-Flynn starts developing a marketing plan for its clients. Lessing-Flynn Celebrates a Century of Storytelling / 1907-2007 4 Des Moines Mayor Frank Cownie addressing the audience Lessing Flynn's historical timeline display. Joe Rosenberg mingling in the crowd. Connor T. Flynn Jr. greeting guests as they arrive. The ballroom at the Des Moines Golf and Country Club for Lessing Flynn's 100th anniversary celebration was filled near capacity.
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