Las Vegas, NV – CIM Marketing Partners is celebrating 21 years of business with the official opening of its office located at 10801 W. Charleston Blvd, just adjacent to Downtown Summerlin. The move was effective Aug. 7, 2017.
The unique 3,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art office space features open design workstations, private offices, a digital conference room and modern collaborative spaces with distinctive architecture and progressive design elements. The office space is located in the LEED certified City National Bank Building.
During the first week of celebration, CIM employees took an “Ocean’s Eleven” style group photo in front of its brightly colored entrance to showcase the firm’s new look, modern feel and team spirit. “The new space features a smartly configured floor plan designed to promote worker productivity in a collaborative environment, which also revitalizes the firm’s culture, image and digital technology future focus,” said Darcy Neighbors, CIM Marketing Partners’ Founder/CEO.
Since its founding in 1996, CIM Marketing Partners has grown significantly and employs a team of 12 with proven experience and capabilities in brand strategy, digital marketing, creative design, pubic relations and social media management.
CIM Marketing Partners offers a full range of brand management services on a local and national level for more than 35 clients including prominent law firms, professional services companies and health care providers. The firm is recognized for its innovative, results-based Strategic Marketing Summit® and comprehensive business development initiatives. Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, CIM serves organizations of all sizes in a variety of industries and professions and is well regarded for its focus on law firm marketing.
Notably, the firm has collected between $200,000 and $350,000 in philanthropic donations each year for the last 17 years through its nonprofit organization, DJ’s for PJ’s, a Southern Nevada cause designed to provide new pajamas and caring comfort to children in crisis. To date, the nonprofit has collected and donated more than 92,000 pairs of new pajamas to area programs that serve at risk children and youth.