Miles Media Acquires Select Assets of Weaver Multimedia Group

. February 18, 2011

Sarasota, FL - February 17, 2011 - Miles Media, a leader in creating integrated marketing solutions for tourism destinations, announced today it has finalized the transaction with Weaver Multimedia Group, Inc., to acquire certain select assets of the Denver based company.

Miles Media and Weaver Multimedia create online, email, and print marketing solutions for destination marketing organizations. They are considered leaders in the industry.

“This is a very exciting time to be in travel marketing,” explained Roger Miles, Miles Media President and CEO. “With our two teams coming together we will be able to deliver innovative content marketing programs across multiple consumer channels. We are well positioned for the future.”

The company will keep both the Sarasota and Denver offices open to service clients.

Weaver's President and CEO, Peter Koclanes, described the new company as “combining the smartest people in travel marketing and content creation. Our two locations will provide clients with a high level of service and award winning programs that deliver visitors.” Koclanes will join the senior management team and lead the Denver office of the expanded company.

Based in Sarasota, Fla., Miles Media partners with state divisions of tourism, convention & visitor bureaus and other organizations in the tourism industry.

Business Contact:

Doug Luciani
T: 941-342-2370
E: [email protected]

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