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Emphasizing the “Greater Good”

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Coral Gables

#14 Small Company

The award-winning VSBrooks ADVERTISING, a Coral Gables-based integrated marketing firm, was founded by Diana Brooks and Vivian Santos in 1996. Serving both the general and multi-cultural markets, the firm offers advertising, strategic planning, brand identity, consumer insights/analytics, creative services, media planning/buying, interactive/digital/social media, public relations, broadcast services through its in-house interactive agency Inspira D3 (formerly Inspira Films), event planning, healthcare advertising, and B2B communications.

For 18 years, VSBrooks has been committed to hiring competent professionals of all ethnicities, ages and gender, offering exceptional opportunities for development.

VSBrooks' goal is not only to grow, but also to be a responsible corporate entity, doing its share to create an equal society where all members can benefit from the rewards of running a profitable, solid business. The firm places great emphasis on the "greater good," providing in-kind services to Feeding South Florida, the largest food bank in the state.

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