SANDERS\WINGO ADVERTISING, INC Company Profile
Sanders/Wingo provides multicultural advertising and public relations services through two Texas offices in El Paso and Austin. The agency's portfolio includes print, broadcast, and interactive work in fashion, healthcare, and energy industries. Founded in 1958 it targets the Hispanic and African American demographic with its creative work. Sanders/Wingo has worked with such clients as AT&T, the American Heart Association, and Shell. Sanders/Wingo has two Texas offices: El Paso and Austin. The agency was known as Sanders, Wingo, Galvin & Morton Advertising (SWG&M) until late 2005 when it changed its name.
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