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Business Observer Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012 10 years ago

Voltier Digital moves to Tampa

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Locally based BlueGlass Interactive acquired the digital marketing firm.

TAMPA -- BlueGlass Interactive, a marketing agency focused on design for the Web, acquired Voltier Digital this week. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Voliter's team will move from its current Delray Beach location to BlueGlass' headquarters in Tampa, reversing the trend that had seen multiple Tampa tech firms get bought by competitors located elsewhere in the country.

“The acquisition of Voltier Digital signifies our faith in the importance of highly original content as a fuel for delivering results,” says Chris Winfield, managing partner and chief marketing officer at BlueGlass. In a blog post announcing the deal, Winfield includes highlights from Voltier's digital portfolio, including work done for eBay, CEO.com, and Fanhattan.

BlueGlass' announcement lists six members of the Voltier team who will be joining the new, larger company: Nick and Brandi Santillo, Dan and Chris Tynski, Julie Mangold, and Britt Klontz.

BlueGlass was created in 2010, the result of a merger between four separate agencies: 10e20, Search and Social, Infinitenine and Brent Csutoras Inc. At the time of the merger, the New York Times estimated BlueGlass' billings at $10 million, with roughly 40 employees.

Greg Boser is president at BlueGlass, and Richard Zwicky is chairman of the firm's board.

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