Supplier's Corner

That’s Nice Celebrates 10th Anniversary

October 31, 2005

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, That’s Nice, a full-service agency providing marketing communications, published a brochure promoting its services. “Perspective” reflects the latest evolution of the company’s services and expansions into several new markets. The 78-page brochure covers the history of the company and the growth of their services. Main sections include a detailed look at the company’s markets, client case studies that highlight nine individual solutions to varying marketing objectives, lists of the trade shows visited and publications covered in each market. The brochure closes with a list of full service offerings and contact information for That’s Nice. More info: (212) 779-4144; Website: www.thatsnice.com.
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