This year started off with a bang and it’s been full steam ahead for Aronfield Agency ever since!

The past few months has been a whirlwind of activity, both at our office and with our clients.

Many thanks to Mark Lamborne of Executive Ink, who will be introducing our company to business owners at their upcoming Sharp Shooters event and explaining what we have to offer to West Virginia. You can also see our featured press release in their Spring issue. Be sure to check out our advertisement in the Spring issue of South Hills Living Magazine.

Joel, John, and I had an awesome time getting the first sneak peak at the menu for Restaurant Week at their First Taste event at Yoga Power. It’s great to see events like this gaining popularity and momentum in Charleston.

Joel and I also attended the West Virginia Advertising Awards at Mardi Gras Casino and plan to enter our own submission for next year’s event.

In February, Joel and I went to the Berry Hills Country Club for FeastivAll. We joined Mark Hammack, editor of South Hills Living Magazine, along with photographers Kendra and Dustin Harper, Martha Jackson of BodyWorks Massage, and many more, and ate absolutely delicious food, paired with local wine and beer.

After trying each course, participants voted, using either a purple or red poker chip, to determine whether the beer or wine presented went better with the course. All in all, the event was fantastic. There were performances by local music artists, a silent auction, and a great collection of professionals of Charleston. We will definitely be in attendance at next year’s event!

This month, we celebrate the launch of several new websites for Sabatino’s Sandwich Kitchen, Rio Grande, and Dove’s Outlet Village, thanks to our talented web developers. Check out Dove’s Outlet’s new online store and, in the coming month, Sabatino’s will add online ordering to their site.

Sabatino’s Charleston and Huntington locations also have new digital menus! Featuring multiple 72″ TVs suspended from the ceiling, as well as professional photos of their menu items, we’re proud to be able to help this company expand.

Rio Grande also has brand new menus, designed and printed by Aronfield Agency.

Be sure to swing by their Beckley location and check them out!

Our clients Madison and Lia of Moore Reality worked hard finishing up their Moore News segment, and now we’re working on their new branding, “Be Kind, Be Real, Be You“.

It’s great to see millennials doing their part to better the world and encourage body positivity, acceptance, and the belief that the best thing you can do is be yourself.

WTSQ’s Spring Fundraiser has been a huge success so far, and we’ve been happy to provide promotional graphics for the event. Our aim is to give everyone and every business in this area the opportunity to have access to the best marketing resources and it’s been an honor to begin to provide that service for WTSQ.

The West Virginia Dance Company came by our office and did a photo shoot to advertise their upcoming tour, as well. With loud, upbeat music, multiple sets around the office, and a myriad of dancers and performers all throughout the office, it reminded me why we love working with this group so much!

Big shout-out to Kelli and Donald for the wonderful work they do for the arts in West Virginia.

Our staff has grown, once again! With the coming of summer, we’ve started our intern program, and welcome Miranda Woody and Harley Wince to the company.

Miranda will be writing for Spotlight West Virginia and Harley, who is also a volunteer at WTSQ, Charleston’s local non-profit radio station, will be working with us in photography and graphic design.

We have a bit of exciting news brewing… Aronfield Agency will be producing a web series called Taste! West Virginia. Taste! will highlight the State’s best restaurants, foodie events, and have a featured cooking segment. We will be bringing in several local figures to host the show, including Jim Strawn.

The show is scheduled to air in late May.