Eric is a marketing communications industry veteran with over 16 years of experience creating all matter of traditional printed marketing materials, corporate identity systems, video production, websites and user interfaces. After graduating from Kent State University's Visual Communications program, he gained valuable industry and global brand experience working as a designer and art director for an interactive advertising agency in Akron, Ohio. Toyo Tires, BFGoodrich Aerospace, General Electric, Davey Tree, Corning Fiber Optics, Sherwin Williams and The Pro Football Hall of Fame were just a few of the brands with which he worked.
In 2001, he formed About350 Visual Communication + Design to provide well-priced, high-end design solutions and close personal service to his clients. Since then, he has added Anheuser Busch, SeaWorld, Sesame Workshop, The Ritz Carlton, Dirt Devil, Hoover and Little Tikes to his resume.
After stints in St. Louis and Philadelphia, Eric settled About350 is historic Hudson, Ohio while still maintaining clients in those cities, as well as others around the country.
Julie Ann Hancsak
Julie Ann's diverse background ranging from studio art and art history to music, marketing and product development adds a unique and valuable skill set to About350. Her strengths in creativity, problem-solving, communication and customer service help our clients achieve success.
With 18 years of experience in theme park entertainment, she has acted as Vice President of Merchandise for the Busch Entertainment Corporation at Sesame Place and has extensive knowledge in strategy, design, marketing, retail and product development with global brands such as SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Anheuser-Busch and Sesame Workshop.
At the Akron Art Musem, Julie Ann oversaw all public relations and marketing initiatives leading up to the opening of the highly publicized Coop Himmelb(l)au-designed building addition. From working with local and international media to overseeing the new brand identity system launch, Julie Ann handled all aspects of communications and creative during this exciting time of change in the museum's history.
Perhaps most importantly, Julie Ann has an innate sense of quality customer service. From both the vendor and client sides of the table, she knows that respect and strong relationships in working with clients on any projects achieve the best results.