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Creative Direct Marketing Group (CDMG) opens new office

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Last week the California-based direct response advertising agency announces expansion by their new office in Nashville, Tennessee.  The Creative Direct Marketing Group (CDMG) is a full-service direct response and digital advertising agency with clients all over the world.

Caleb Huey, CDMG´s Business Development Coordinator will be behind the opening of the Nashville office.

The agency, owned by direct marketing legend Craig Huey, has been located in the Los Angeles area for more than 30 years. The Nashville office is headed up by Huey's son, Caleb Huey, who is also CDMG's Business Development Coordinator.

For more than 30 years, CDMG has helped businesses large and small grow and prosper with the use of scientifically proven and 100% accountable direct response advertising and marketing strategies. One of the agency's key specialties is marketing to the Accredited Investor and helping companies use the JOBS Act to raise capital.

CDMG will help business owners and hedge funds raise money via the JOBS Act.

The new office will help the company better service its existing East Coast client base and take advantage of new opportunities created by Congressional passage of the JOBS Act--also known as the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act.

The legislation is designed to help small business owners and hedge funds raise money from Accredited Investors more easily. Prior to the Act's passage, they had to contend with complicated regulations that made raising money nearly impossible.

CDMG, which specializes in investment marketing, will use its direct marketing expertise to help both business owners and hedge funds raise money via the JOBS Act.

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