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Step One Creative Partners with Universal Metal Works

Oswego, NY – Universal Metal Works, LLC, formerly C&C Metal Fabrications, Inc., in Fulton, New York, has partnered with Step One Creative on a new corporate logo and various other marketing initiatives, according to Shane R. Stepien, president of the Oswego-based marketing communications firm.

Step One Creative will provide ongoing advertising, public relations, branding, and media planning initiatives for Universal Metal Works (UMW).  Step One Creative just recently finalized a new corporate logo for the metal fabrication company.

“We’re looking forward to this new partnership with Step One Creative,” said John Sharkey, IV, owner of UMW. “Their reputation and overall experience with brand development, marketing and public relations will help with our new direction as a company, and the market expansion we will be looking at with regard to our products and client base.”

Stepien expressed his enthusiasm in the new partnership stating, “We’re excited about the new marketing initiatives Universal Metal Works is implementing, and the direction by which their new ownership team is taking this new company.”

“We appreciate the opportunity to work with UMW, and believe the synergy between our two companies will subsequently lead to new client potential and growth for their business,” Stepien added.

Established in 1996, Step One Creative offers full-service advertising/PR agency capabilities and branding expertise to organizations and businesses with product and service offerings including: copywriting, advertising development/design, media planning/placement, marketing, public relations, research and brand design.

For additional information visit them online at www.steponecreative.com or call them at (315) 342-2554.

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