Deltex Elite Marketing First Quarter Expansion

United States – 04-03-2019 ( — Deltex Elite Marketing has been a well-established marketing firm for the past eight years. Of those eight years, the five past have been spent in in the Miami, FL area. CEO Tony Diaz has built a power house representing Fortune 100 Companies in the home entertainment and wireless communications industries. Due to their continual success in the area, it is no surprise that Deltex Elite Marketing is beginning 2019 with an expansion into Tulsa, OK.

Juan Izaguirre has been promoted to branch manager and oversees the newest location along with Hanai Delgado. Diaz has always run Deltex Elite Marketing with strong core values of treating people with respect and trying to be a great example for team members to look up to in the office. When speaking with Diaz on why he felt Izaguirre would be the perfect person to launch the new location he stated, “Juan has a young entrepreneurial spirit and has always shown great leadership qualities. He is serious about leading by example which is something I look for in a branch manager.”

Diaz prides himself on building an organization with high standards, strong business professionals, and superb client service. With already starting off 2019 with an expansion into a new location, Diaz is excited for what is in store for Deltex Elite Marketing. He has goals of tripling the office in size while also expanding into five additional locations throughout the year. With the philosophy of working as hard for their clients as they do for themselves, it will only be a matter of time before another expansion rolls out.

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Company Name: DelTex Elite Marketing
Full Name: Lindsey Miller
Phone: (305)988-4731
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