Hampton, who has been with the agency for four years, is responsible for the management of client support, including research, traffic, reporting and helping to oversee the agency’s internship program.
“Melissa has become a tremendous asset to a.s.a.p.r., particularly in areas that require attention to detail, organization and optimism – things marketing ‘creatives’ are not always good at,” said Robbie Tarpley Raffish, CEO of a.s.a.p.r. “She puts clients and team members at ease – exactly what they need in the hectic world of marketing.”
Hampton joined the agency in 2012 as an account coordinator after teaching elementary school for several years. She was promoted in 2014 to assistant account executive. She resides in Princess Anne with her husband, Matt. When not at the agency she breeds, trains and shows weimaraners and is a freelance photographer of dogs and dog shows.
a.s.a.p.r. is dedicated to delivering each client’s most important messages to their target audiences using the optimum platforms at ideal times. Services include re/branding, PR, web and social media, product launches and traditional advertising. Current and recent clients include Allen Harim, Building Q, Comic Images, DHIN, Liberty Property Trust, Main Street Gym, McCready Hospital, Peninsula Home Care and both the Somerset and Wicomico county health departments.