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WEST HAVEN, Nov. 20, 2018 — Mayor Nancy R. Rossi, center, cuts the ceremonial ribbon Tuesday, Nov. 20, with Pinpoint managing partners T.J. Andrews, third from left, and Steve Gentile, fourth from left, to mark the relocation of the marketing company’s headquarters to 45 Railroad Ave. in the city’s burgeoning transit-oriented development zoning district around the train station.
Joining the celebration are, from left, mayoral Executive Assistant Lou Esposito; state Reps. Charles J. Ferraro, R-West Haven, and Dorinda Borer, D-West Haven; City Clerk Deborah Collins; and city Planning and Development Commissioner Fred A. Messore.
Pinpoint was previously at 53 Hancock St., Stratford, and is now in a newly remodeled, 25,000-square-foot warehouse across the street from the Metro-North Railroad commuter station.
Gentile, who is also the company’s strategy director, said the move to West Haven triples the space Pinpoint had occupied and was critical to accommodate its rapid expansion in personnel, capabilities and production equipment.
The full-service marketing company, founded by Gentile in Milford 11 years ago, specializes in creative design, large-format printing, direct mail, imprinted promotional products and brand development.
Pinpoint has 20 full-time employees, with plans to expand its workforce by at least 40 percent in the next five years, and is a partner of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars.
Other clients include Live Nation, Comcast Corp., Yale University and iHeartMedia Inc.
Read the official Pinpoint News Release.
(City Photo/Michael P. Walsh)
Mayor Rossi stands next to corrugated plastic cutouts of nutcracker soldiers made by Pinpoint that will go on display during the holiday season at the Connecticut Post Mall in Milford. (City Photo/Michael P. Walsh)