Condron & Cosgrove Now Condron Media

Condron & Cosgrove Now Condron Media

Condron & Cosgrove, a Scranton-based quarter century old advertising and public relations firm is now Condron Media.  The rebrand of the award-winning ad agency reflects the firm’s enhanced focus on social media and digital marketing to complement its traditional client media services.

Philip Condron, the founder and CEO of Condron Media explained, “We have evolved with our industry over more than two decades.  Condron Media better describes our firm’s abilities and client services in today’s digital environment.”

The rebrand coincides with the addition of two talented digital marketers to the firm’s team: Colin Devroe as Senior VP, and Tucker Hottes, Senior Developer.

Mr. Devroe previously coordinated digital marketing for various startups and emerging firms conducting national and international business. Mr. Hottes was previously the lead web developer for Times-Shamrock Communications. “These experienced, innovative digital marketers have brought expanded, cutting edge digital and social media capabilities to our clients,” Condron added.

“This company has a stellar reputation for connecting companies to customers,” Mr. Devroe stated. “With our robust social media approach and digital successes we employ the latest measurable marketing tools for our customers.”

Mr. Hottes added, “Website development and digital marketing are keystones of successful outreach campaigns. Condron Media is well staffed and equipped to coordinate national and international marketing for our clients.”

Condron Media is a veteran-owned full service advertising and public relations agency serving regional, national and international clients in a wide variety of disciplines including education, healthcare, legal, natural resources, franchising, startups and emerging companies.  The firm has won numerous awards and recognitions including the “Small Business of The Year” and “Best Practices in Marketing and Communications” from the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce, and was a finalist in the first “Governor’s Impact Awards” statewide competition.