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Red Six Media Graduates from the Louisiana Business and Technology Center at LSU

03/12/2013 04:07 PM

BATON ROUGE – After more than 3½ years in business, Baton Rouge advertising agency Red Six Media is graduating from the Louisiana Business and Technology Center, or LBTC, and moving into an office at 315 3rd Street in the heart of downtown Baton Rouge. The principals of Red Six Media – Matt Dardenne, Joe Martin and Kristen Morrison – are eager to continue growing their company and delivering exciting and effective work to their clients in a new setting.
 

“It’s a very exciting time for us. When we started in 2009, we didn’t know the first thing about running a business, but with a lot of late nights, hard work and the help and guidance of the advisors and staff of the LBTC, we were able to start a company in one of the worst economic years on record,” said Martin.
 

“When we met Red Six Media, they were one week away from LSU graduation and had the idea to start this business. They have grown into a reputable agency generating more than a half million dollars in revenue in 2012. We are thrilled to have played a part in their success,” said Jennifer Fowler, director of the LSU Student Incubator at the LBTC.
 

Red Six Media’s services include advertising, branding, video production, political media, and web design. Their corporate clients include The Dow Chemical Company, RigNet Oilfield Communications, Ford, Bacon & Davis, and Party Time of Baton Rouge. All graduates of LSU, Red Six Media also works with LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication and LSU’s Center for Energy Studies. Their political clients have included candidates for Lieutenant Governor, Supreme Court Justice, Louisiana State Senate and, most recently, John Delgado’s successful bid for Metro Council in Baton Rouge.
 

The Louisiana Business and Technology Center located at the LSU Innovation Park endeavors to enhance economic development in Louisiana through the support of existing small businesses and the development of new businesses. For more information, visit http://business.lsu.edu/Louisiana-Business-Technology-Center/Pages/About.aspx.

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