Palm Coast-based ad & graphics firm Curley Tail Design hires account executive

Brian Mason hired by Curley Tail Design of Palm Coast, FL / Headline SurferPhoto for Headline Surfer / Brian Mason, shown at left specializes in sales.

PALM COAST – Curley Tail Design, which specializes in advertising and graphic design, has hired account executive and sales trainer Brian Mason.

“Brian has proven his sales talents in Central Florida for over 15 years,” said Kim Fitzgerald, proprietor of Curly Tail Design. “He is a great fit for CTD as the economy picks up and we continue to grow our business."

“Brian has proven his sales talents in Central Florida for over 15 years,” said Kim Fitzgerald, proprietor of Curly Tail Design. “He is a great fit for CTD as the economy picks up and we continue to grow our business."

Mason’s background consists of experience in both the construction and industrial markets for over 20 years. He is originally from Minnesota and lived in Orlando before relocating to Palm Coast two years ago.

Company Profile: Curley Tail Design

Kim Fitzgerald / Headline SurferGraphic from CTD Facebook page /
Curley Tail Design is an award-winning, full service advertising and graphic design studio, soon to be celebrating their 15th year in business. Owned by Kim Fitzgerald, with their promotional products division managed by Deb Winter, their services include branding and advertising, graphic design, logo design, brochures, postcards, direct mail marketing, full color printing, promotional items, apparel and special event planning.  
Fitzgerald is creative director and a 34-year resident of Palm Coast with a master's degree in Advertising Art Direction. She excels in branding companies and executing strategic marketing through creative ad campaigns, eye-catching design and effective placement. Fitzgerald donates her time and talents to several charities around Flagler County such as the United Way Women's Initiative of Flagler, Flagler Habitat For Humanity, Mobile Benefits Program, Rotary Club, Striders and Riders and others.
CTD’s promotional products division’s Deb Winter has over 35 years of exceptional customer service, organizational skills, creativity and event planning. Winter has assisted businesses in choosing the right advertising specialty item that best suits their brand and budget. She is knowledgeable, community-oriented and her passion is being involved in Flagler Habitat for Humanity and the United Way Women's Initiative of Volusia Flagler County.
Curley Tail Design has been voted Flagler County's "best" around for 14 years in a row.  For more information, please call 386-445-7426 or go to the firm's Facebook pages: or
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