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About Us

Henry J. Clayman founded Clayman Marketing Communications, Inc., (known at the time as Clayman and Associates) in 1954. Larry Clayman joined the company in 1976 as media buyer and became President in 1986. Marjorie Clayman, the third generation of the family to work at the agency, joined the company in 2004 as media buyer and now holds the title of Vice President of Client Services.

Clayman Marketing Communications is  a full-service business-to-business agency. With roots strongly entrenched in print advertising, collateral development, and other “traditional” marketing tactics, Clayman has morphed with the ever changing marketing world. Clayman now includes among its growing list of services website development, Search Engine Optimization, social media marketing, and more.

Our integrated marketing approach, our ability to assist our clients in keeping track of what is going on in the constantly changing world of marketing, and our years of experience have helped us continue to enjoy success for almost 60 years.

Thank you for joining us here on our blog!

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3 comments on “About Us

  1. FYI – The White Paper download section is not working

  2. Hi there
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    I have a real audience that would be interested in your content and expertise.

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