Chamberlain Marketing Group in Taylor Acquires Clawson’s Traffic


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Taylor's Chamberlain Marketing Group has acquired Clawson's Traffic. Pictured above are Jerry Mulligan, vice president of sales for CMG (left); Jeremy Sutton, founder of Traffic (center), and Jerry Chamberlain, founder and CEO of CMG.

Photo courtesy of Chamberlain Marketing Group

Chamberlain Marketing Group (CMG), a promotional marketing and corporate branded merchandise company in Taylor, Wednesday announced it has acquired Traffic, a web design and digital marketing agency in Clawson. Details of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Traffic clients include Steelcase, Meritor, Boxed Water, Greektown Casino, Baker College, Federal-Mogul, JD Power, and Pet Supplies Plus.

“Chamberlain Marketing Group is committed to investing in companies and technologies that make our clients successful,” says Jerry Chamberlain, founder and CEO of CMG. “As part of our ongoing efforts to innovate and continue to provide the best technology in the industry, we have taken our digital marketing and e-store development program to a whole new level. The addition of Traffic to CMG provides our clients with the most cutting-edge technology in the business.”

Traffic was founded six years ago. The company specializes in functional and high-performance SEO, website design, mobile programming, and enhanced user experiences.

“Our team at Traffic expects to transform the consumer experience across all touch points, fuel the revenue growth of our clients, and build customer loyalty,” says Jeremy Sutton, founder of Traffic. “We understand the various challenges associated with designing and managing a digital marketing strategy for both large and small businesses. Both CMG and Traffic have a common set of values focused on performance and delivering measurable results that will bring success to our clients. With the same viewpoint, talented teams, and interest in the customer branding industry, Traffic and CMG are a great match.”

Combined, CMG and Traffic will employ more than 150 people and will operate both independently and together, as needed. CMG’s offices will stay in Taylor, while Traffic will stay in its space in Clawson.

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