MGH, a full-service marketing communications agency, announced that it has been selected by Brandt Information Services as a strategic partner for its outdoor recreational marketing efforts. Based in Tallahassee, Fla., Brandt offers state natural resources agencies technology solutions and services to increase responsible outdoors participation.

As its new marketing agency, MGH will offer strategic planning, digital/social media content and advertising, creative, public relations, and email marketing for the company.

Currently, Brandt’s Go Outdoors hunting and fishing licensing system is live in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. The company also offers parks reservations solutions, boat/watercraft registration, lottery and quota hunt management, event and volunteer management and customer support.

“Brandt’s innovative spirit in its search for creative marketing tactics makes its partnership with MGH a perfect fit,” said Andy Malis, chief executive officer of MGH. “We’re thrilled to jump into the relationship, and can’t wait to employ new strategies to help increase hunting and fishing licenses and drive responsible outdoors participation.”

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