Mortimer Harvey hits the jackpot
Mortimer Harvey is proud to announce that they are now the approved above- and through-the-line advertising and marketing agency for Peermont, the South African hotel, casino and resort group.
Peermont owns and operates a large number of casinos, resorts, as well as 3- to 5-star hotels in South Africa and Botswana. This includes the prestigious Emperors Palace in Gauteng, Graceland in Mpumalanga, four of the former Tusk casino resorts, Frontier casino resort in Bethlehem, Mondazur hotel on the KwaZulu-Natal South coast - and two hotels, two casinos as well as the Grand Palm casino resort in Botswana. Peermont owns the second highest number of casino licences in South Africa, and is viewed as South Africa's most empowered tourism and gaming company.
In a three-way pitch that was as hotly contested as the World Series of Poker, Mortimer Harvey played a winning hand to secure the business. The experience, creative flair, attention to detail, and 360 degree turnkey solutions of the Mortimer Harvey team proved to be the ace that convinced Peermont.
As Mark Jakins, Peermont's Chief Commercial and Marketing Officer commented, “Mortimer Harvey's credentials and track record in delivering bretail and strong promotional solutions for their existing blue chip client base were a major consideration – whilst we were looking for a true partner that understands the stresses and strains of casino and hotel marketing.”
Mortimer Harvey is a Johannesburg-based full service advertising and promotions agency that delivers hard-working advertising and communication solutions. Services include: Classical above, through and below the line, brand development and consulting, strategic marketing development, promotions, interactive web services, public relations, events and sponsorships.
Mortimer Harvey has been building brands, solving problems and making magic happen for the past 28 years. We're a 100% fiercely independent, digitally-integrated, results-driven, multi-channel advertising agency in the heart of Johannesburg focused on creating work that really works.