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Breakaway Marketing

March 08, 2016 15:09 ET

Breakaway Marketing Gears Up for an Explosive Year

PITTSBURGH, PA--(Marketwired - Mar 8, 2016) - Breakaway Marketing is gearing up for their most productive year to date. After coming off of two huge years of growth, the organization is set for a projected 'hat trick,' expanding into more territories and reaching new heights of profitability for their clients.

In 2014, Director of Operations Bryan Goetz began facilitating expansions. The first expansion occurred in the summer of 2014. All American football player, Bob Rovnanik took Detroit, Michigan by storm. Nearly a year later, in order to accommodate the growing demand for Account Representatives, Bryan and Bob assisted Tim Suchodolski in further Detroit expansion. Only a few months later, a third surge in expansion into Sioux Falls, South Dakota took place. Breakaway Marketing, continuing the trend, recently promoted an Assistant Director who acquired new clients in Detroit and has plans to further productivity in the area.

The idea behind Breakaway Marketing, as Bryan explains, came from his love for everything sports related, including hockey and his home team, the Pittsburgh Penguins. "The individuals that see the most success in this business come from sports and military backgrounds. These types of people are disciplined and eager to earn success through hard work and perseverance," says Bryan. "Athletes think differently. Between the teamwork and our competitive environment, we wanted to embody a corporate identity that spoke to those types of people. Individuals that thrive in that atmosphere are always welcome to grow with us."

"Other than the competitive environment, the opportunity for endless growth is what attracts individuals to our organization," he went on to say. "We are focused on developing individuals from an entry level position into leadership roles within the organization. The values that athletes hold go hand in hand with our company values. You must lead from the front and set an example for the rest of the team, you must be an expert at your position, and you must be willing to work hard to achieve greatness."

Breakaway Marketing is projected to end the year with over 14 locations nation wide. As these projections become reality, Bryan hopes to clinch the Manager of the Year award from his clients during an annual trip to the Dominican Republic in October. Bryan says, "The only way to achieve our goals and exceed expectations is to keep our skates sharp and our eyes on the puck. If we sharpen our focus and keep our goals in mind, there isn't another company out there that can beat Breakaway Marketing."

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