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Jacobson Rost headquarters headed to Milwaukee

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To capitalize on recent business growth, Jacobson Rost is moving its headquarters from Sheboygan, Wis., to Milwaukee on May 1. The move will bring 35 jobs to Milwaukee. The agency plans to add another five to 10 employees to its Milwaukee operation over the next 18 months, while continuing to grow its Chicago and Boston offices with the addition of another 20 employees. Jacobson Rost currently employs a staff of 55 creative and marketing professionals.

The agency spent the last five decades headquartered in Sheboygan, but now the headquarters office will be in Milwaukee's Third Ward in the historic Saddlery Building at 233 N. Water St. In conjunction with the move, Jacobson Rost will unveil a new logo and redesigned Web site.

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