Long time Philadelphia ad man, George Beach, is headed for retirement. The seventy-two year old is founder of Beach Creative Communications, the longest-surviving African American advertising agency in the nation.
Beach took on a racial establishment way back in 1958 to have a soaring career as an advertising executive. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Addy, Neographic, and Art Directors Club awards and a best of category award from Printing Industries of America. George is married to Mary, an opera singer, and has two sons – one, Matthew, has been named the the president of the Beach firm. He is also an artist.
Mr. Beach – we salute you.
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