Cranford Co. Makes Move into Arkansas Building

Cranford Co. Makes Move into Arkansas Building
A rendering of the renovated Arkansas Building at the corner of Sixth and Main streets in downtown Little Rock.

After a long, drawn-out wait and taking over delayed work itself, Cranford Co. has moved into an office in the Arkansas Building.

There was no set deadline for the company to move into the space on Sixth and Main Street, but in the beginning of August, Ross Cranford, partner in the advertising firm, told Arkansas Business, “We got tired of waiting for them … The first-floor space is about done, and we’re working to build our basement studio space.”

Cranford Co. was founded with a mission to bring Madison Avenue-quality advertising to Main Street Little Rock.

“We are thrilled to make this next step in our agency’s growth,” Ross Cranford said in a news release. “As longtime supporters of Downtown Little Rock and the Creative Corridor, it’s incredibly exciting to see all of the energy returning to this vital section of our city.”

Ross, Jay and Chris Cranford founded the agency in July 2014. In the last year, Cranford Co. has won three National American Advertising Awards and serviced more than 40 new clients.

Cranford Co. has partnered with their neighbors on the Creative Corridor on a number of projects, helping The Arkansas Rep, and Ballet Arkansas with videos, ads, social media and more.

In addition to moving to a new location, Cranford Co. has added two new employees to the roster: Mark Renner as Director of Business Development and Amanda Seevers as Producer.