8 August 2014 Four New Business Wins Spur Rapid Growth at Tombras

KNOXVILLE, TENN. (August 8, 2014): The Tombras Group has experienced rapid growth with the addition of major national accounts including General Electric Consumer Products, Daimler Trucks North America, MoonPie and Ole Smoky Moonshine.

With the addition of General Electric Consumer Products alongside McDonald’s, an agency client for more than 40 years, Tombras now works with two of the top ten most valuable brands in the world. The agency’s first assignment with GE is a new national Black Friday campaign designed to boost appliance sales for retailers across America.

Daimler Trucks North America hired Tombras to execute a wide range of digital projects. Tombras won a national shoot out to launch Truck Bucks℠, Daimler’s first-ever national  loyalty program.

MoonPie, one of the top 100 SKUs in the country and creator of the all-American marshmallow snack, named Tombras agency of record. The agency is working on the new enterprise-level consumer website scheduled to launch in September.

Ole Smoky Moonshine, a national leader in the burgeoning moonshine category, has retained Tombras as its social media agency of record.

“Each of these clients are respected brands in their categories and have national advertising campaigns,” said Dooley Tombras, senior vice president and director of digital and strategic planning. “We are growing as a national agency and to meet the needs of our new clients we’ve added nearly 20 new employees to the firm.”

Source: The World’s Most Valuable Brands. (2013, November). Retrieved August 7, 2014, from

The Tombras Group is a 260+ person, full-service advertising agency with a digital mindset. In the brand-building business since 1946, the family-owned agency serves national and global clients. In 2015, Tombras was recognized as Ad Age Small Agency of the Year, and in 2016 it was ranked by Palma Consulting as Independent Agency of the Year. Tombras connects data and creativity for business results. Offices are located in Washington, D.C.; Louisville, Kentucky; Nashville with headquarters in Knoxville, Tennessee. More information: