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Texas toy company employs Dixon Schwabl

Rochester Business Journal
February 19, 2014

Dixon Schwabl Inc. will provide public relations and media services for Stickman Stew LLC, a toy company, based out of Rockport, Texas.

Stickman Stew plans to launch its first toy at the 2014 Annual American International Toy Fair.

“We are ecstatic to be partnering with the team at Dixon Schwabl,” said Jane Guinn, CEO of Stickman Stew, in a statement. “When we inquired about working with their agency, it seemed a perfect fit, as their culture and values coincide directly with ours. It’s easy to represent a product that strives to better the community and those around us.”

The Fairport-based firm will help Stickman Stew’s brand be supported through social media and public relations to give the new product line a successful market introduction.

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