Jackson Spalding Adds Eight New Clients
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Jackson Spalding Adds Eight New Clients

Jackson Spalding has added eight new clients in the real estate, healthcare, financial services and public affairs sectors.

Paul Holmes

ATLANTA—Jackson Spalding has added eight new clients in the real estate, healthcare, financial services and public affairs sectors. 

The firm has been tapped by Aquasis, a water desalination company, for a comprehensive brand identity, web site design, public relations and public affairs campaign. Chesapeake Development, an Atlanta-area homebuilder, and Custom Builders, Atlanta, a division of a national custom builders co-op, have turned to Jackson Spalding for graphic design and public relations assistance. 

The firm’s Athens office, meanwhile, has been hired by Oak Grove for graphic design, advertising and marketing counsel and by Health Plan Select for web site design and implementation. And two Atlanta-based financial services companies—VRH Partners, an investment banking firm, and Atlantic Capital Bank, which will serve emerging growth companies and mid-size investors—have also tapped Jackson Spalding for naming, branding and corporate launch services.

In addition, Jackson Spalding has won a competitive bid for a collaborative effort between several nonprofits to promote a toll-free foreclosure prevention hotline throughout the Atlanta area.  The 888-995-HOPE public awareness project, starts in January.

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