Having a larger statewide presence is part of our strategic growth plan, because Las Vegas and Reno are attracting both technology and tourism businesses, which are two of our core vertical industry focuses.
RENO, Nev. November 17, 2017
Noble Studios, an independent digital marketing agency, is proud to announce the addition of industry veteran B.C. LeDoux as Chief Creative Officer, expanding the company’s services to include brand strategy and creative solutions.
“B.C. is innovative and passionate,” said Noble Studios CEO Jarrod Lopiccolo. “Our digital marketing efforts require effective storytelling and after an extensive search we have found the person that we want to lead those efforts. This obsession with the intersection of marketing art/science is what will allow us to create relevant solutions for our clients and help them be memorable in a saturated digital-first marketplace.”
In addition to growing Noble Studios’ award-winning User Experience practice through new service offerings, LeDoux, will act as the managing director for Noble’s Las Vegas office. LeDoux arrives from The Glenn Group and Wide Awake where he acted as President and worked on clients such as MGM Resorts, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Atlantis Bahamas, EMPLOYERS, Carnival Cruise Lines, Mandalay Bay, Wynn Las Vegas, and Capriotti’s Sandwich Shops.
In his new role he will oversee creative work for Noble accounts such as the Islands of Tahiti, Ashford University, Autodesk, the Hartford, Santa Monica Travel and Tourism, Visit Reno-Tahoe, Newport Beach, Yosemite-Mariposa County, Tahoe South and the Niantic Group.
“Nevada is our home and an emerging state, with booming cities in the north and south,” said Lopiccolo. “Having a larger statewide presence is part of our strategic growth plan, because Las Vegas and Reno are attracting both technology and tourism businesses, which are two of our core vertical industry focuses.”
LeDoux will officially join Noble Studios on January 1.
“I’ve admired the way the Noble Studios team has grown national clients over the years,” said LeDoux. “I am excited to join a very talented group of marketing experts. I think our combined strengths and experiences are going to create a really unique, dynamic agency of the future.”
About B.C. LeDoux
LeDoux, has almost two decades of experience leading creative teams and developing creative solutions at prominent Nevada-based agencies. He has led teams that have won numerous local, regional and national marketing and advertising awards, including National Addy Awards, a Platinum Adrian Award from the HSMAI and “Most Innovative Campaign” 2015 from the Las Vegas Interactive Marketing Association. LeDoux was named Top 40 Under 40 in Las Vegas in 2011, is a graduate of Leadership Las Vegas 2012, was named Reno Ad Person of the Year in 2013, served on the TAAN Worldwide Board of Governors from 2015 to 2017 and is currently a member of YPO International.
About Noble Studios
Noble Studios is a digital marketing agency specializing in web, mobile and social media. Since 2003, the company has completed work for international brands such as Autodesk, Enphase Energy, Easton, Google, Yosemite/Mariposa County, Newport Beach & Co., Santa Monica Travel and Tourism, University of California, and more. For five years, Inc. magazine has recognized Noble Studios in its annual Inc. 500|5000 list of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. In 2014, Noble Studios was recognized as Nevada’s Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Noble Studios also is an approved Google Analytics Certified Partner (GACP) and Premier Google Partner. Follow Noble Studios on Facebook, Twitter, Think Tank Blog, LinkedIn and Instagram.
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