CJRW of Little Rock will move into its new office on Main Street on July 13, the company said on Wednesday.
The firm, which has been located at West Capitol and Center streets since 1984, announced the move in 2013. CJRW will be “opening for business” that Monday in the Fulk Building at the corner of 3rd and Main streets, the company said in a news release.
Chairman and CEO Wayne Woods said in a statement that the company was "extremely pleased" to move to its new offices.
"This new location will offer clients the most comprehensive state-of-the-art technology available in our industry anywhere in Arkansas," Woods said. "We planned not just for current client needs and expectations, but for the future as well. For some time now, we have been expanding our digital and interactive services in response to needs of existing clients and to serve new clients. This new facility gives clients the best in terms of digital and interactive services and positions us for continued expansion."
The company will also adopt a new logo with the move: the letters CJRW in black with a red underline.
“We wanted to adopt a bold, memorable and permanent name and logo identity that is simple, visually appealing, can be readily applied, and conveys that we are an employee owned and future oriented company,” Woods said. “The new name and logo identity do all of those things.”
CJRW’s wholly-owned video production company will later move into the building across the street from the new main office. That building is expected to be open for tenants in August, the company said.