Cranford Co. Moves Up on Main Street Creative Corridor

Arkansas’s most award-winning advertising agency has moved to new, larger offices on Little Rock’s Main Street Creative Corridor.  “As we’ve grown over the last four years, it became imperative that we have more room for our team members and creative productions,” said Cranford Co. partner Ross Cranford. “We’re dedicated to downtown redevelopment and are excited that the perfect new location for us just happened to be practically next door. Our mission has always been to bring Madison Avenue quality advertising to Main Street.”

The agency has relocated from the corner of Sixth and Main to an 8,240-square foot space three doors down in the former M.M. Cohn Building at 512 Main Street. The new offices were designed by the celebrated Marlon Blackwell Architects, who have won multiple international awards for the design of the Creative Corridor. Included in the new space is a 3,329-square foot acoustically optimized space that will be used for video production and special events.

“This is an incredible, versatile space that can be endlessly transformed for different uses as the advertising industry continues to evolve,” said Chief Creative Officer Jay Cranford. “Some of the top needs our clients demand now are videos for social media. We even work directly with the major social media platforms to produce videos and animation that are seen around the world.”

Cranford Co. recently won the vast majority of awards at the Arkansas chapter of the American Advertising Awards, and collected the third-highest number of awards in the 10th District encompassing Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. “We believe in the power of creativity to change the conversation and create success for clients of all sizes,” said Jay Cranford. “This new, larger space gives us a much greater canvas to work with.”

Filming interview with George Newbern, star of “Scandal” and Renee Shapiro in the new studio space.

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