January 13, 2023

Good Samaritan Advanced Illness Care and Hospice Announces 5Points Creative as Agency of Record

Roanoke, VA – January 2023. 5Points Creative has been named Agency of Record for Good Samaritan Advanced Illness Care and Hospice, a non-profit, community-based hospice serving Southwest Virginia. 5Points Creative is trusted with marketing and advertising management services for the client.

"As we continue to grow, the team and I look forward to furthering our partnership with 5Points Creative," said Scotti Hartman, Vice President of Business Development at Good Samaritan Hospice. "5Points Creative produces excellent work, and we are excited to strengthen our marketing efforts with them."

The agency provides Good Samaritan Advanced Illness Care and Hospice with full-service marketing support including a new outreach campaign, website redesign and management, digital strategy, social media management, public relations, as well as creative direction and support.

"We have a long history of serving both health care and non-profits in the region," said Bruce C. Bryan, Founder and President of 5Points Creative. "While we always love the opportunity to work with new clients, this one is exceptionally gratifying to secure. It combines our expertise in the medical field, with our passion for serving non-profit organizations. Good Sam does so much good for so many, it will be a pleasure to deepen our relationship with them."

5Points Creative will build upon the agency’s previous work with Good Samaritan Advanced Illness Care and Hospice capital campaign.

"They played a key role in our capital campaign with brand direction and marketing material creation," Scotti said. "We value their expertise and are excited to continue collaborating with the agency."

5Points Creative is a full-service creative agency specializing in marketing, advertising, digital, branding, and communications. The firm has been in business since 2009 and currently works with clients in Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Maryland, North and South Carolina, and Virginia.

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