Hagerstown Woman Owned Small Business Expands Into Downtown, Aims to Further Boost Commerce and Keep Success Local

Worx Graphic Design will open its new doors in the recently renovated Mulberry Lofts Building opening June 19. One of many projects taking place during executions of the Washington County Capital Improvement Plan and The Community’s City Center Plan, Worx Graphic Design (Worx) is moving their office to a larger, newly renovated workspace downtown to celebrate their “10-year Worxiversary.”

Hagerstown, MD, June 16, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Nationally recognized, locally loyal Worx has been a part of Leadership Washington County, is a regular on the HotList in Hagerstown Magazine, and is always proud to be featured in the Herald-Mail. The move comes after a decade of continuous success in developing strategic branding and marketing plans for small businesses. The “Worx Girls,” a team comprising the multiple-time national, regional, and local industry award winning agency, are ecstatic to be able to do for themselves what Worx has added to its offerings – Workspace Branding.

“We've been fortunate to experience tremendous growth over the last 10 years leading to us outgrowing our current space and affording us the opportunity to do for ourselves what we're really excited to now be offering our clients - Workspace Branding,” said Laura Wallace, Worx Creative Director/Owner. “A brand is an experience – one that we help your office provide to each of its visitors beginning the moment they arrive,” she added.

Mulberry Lofts was selected as their new space in part for its prime downtown location, and for its history as added value, but mostly because the Worx team decided as a whole that, “This is our town and we want to be successful [here] at home where we can share the benefits with our community,” stated Amber Buhrman, Worx Art Director. When asked why they chose Hagerstown as their community, “Hagerstown has everything a bigger city has – from being diverse and progressive to having great restaurants and entertainment – while still offering the comfort of being a small town where everyone cares about each other,” Sam Jones, Worx Senior Graphic Designer responded.

“Yes! Hagerstown has such a great sense of community. As we’re moving in people are introducing themselves and welcoming us to the neighborhood. We’re already starting to develop great relationships and have enjoyed every step of the building design process with Aaron Peteranecz, the developer behind the renovations of the Mulberry Lofts,” said Buhrman.

“Moving to this location gives us the ability to provide an enhanced client experience, puts us front-and-center for others in need of our services, and gets us closer to community service projects such as Girls, Inc., Unified Community Connections, and Get Empowered, which we’ve loved working on,” said Courtney Richer, Worx Creative Assistant.

To commemorate their 10-year Worxiversary, the Worx Girls will be hosting a celebration on Friday, June 23. The event is invitation-only with a named guest list. Members of the media are invited to join them from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. for an inside look at the new space and festivities.

About Worx Graphic Design
Founded in 2007, Worx Graphic Design (www.worxgd.com) is a full-service, strategic branding agency based in Hagerstown, Maryland that helps small businesses with branding, marketing and design.
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Laura Wallace