Our new digs in Dayton, Ohio, feature an open floor plan to foster creativity, plenty of whiteboards and TVs for sharing ideas, and a bar-height table we built in our warehouse using quartersawn red oak from our client, Frank Miller Lumber (we say ‘warehouse,” but it’s more of a hands-on creative space/green screen room with concrete floors).
ruef was recently featured in two publications local to our new office in Dayton, Ohio. The articles covered the office opening, and provided general overviews of our services and founder, Zack Ruef.
The Dayton Daily News’ Kara Driscoll interviewed Zack for a business profile. The article she wrote about ruef, “Former Dayton Firefighter starts Washington Twp. design company” was featured in the front section (A6) of the Saturday, April 15, 2017, edition of the century-old paper. And yes, Zack was once a firefighter/paramedic for nearly half a decade.
ruef was also featured in the Dayton Business Journal a few days later. The article, “Creative firm opening Washington Township office,” written by Kaitlin Schroeder.
Stop by for our open house on May 18th, 2017, from 4:00pm to 7:00pm. Members of the media and interested parties are invited to attend.
707 Congress Park Drive
Dayton, OH 45459
Or stop in whenever you’d like. You can meet Xeno, our newest coworker.