Growing ‘Up’


Expanding to a new office building, BeCreative360’s 13 employees pose for a recent photo-op on the balcony of their Anaheim, Calif. digs. (Photos: BeCreative360)


The three founders of BeCreative360 shake hands at their new office building in Anaheim, Calif. They are (from left): Bobby Patel, Dave Troemel, and Bryon Eser.

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BeCreative360, from humble start, moves into new office building

ANAHEIM, Calif. — “What first started out of the back of a drycleaning store,” BeCreative360 notes, “is moving into a new permanent home following the purchase of an office building here.”

The firm is self-described as, “a team of marketing experts who also have decades of drycleaning experience under our collective belts.”

Dave Troemel, one of three co-owners, says: “The new space will allow us to have a small retail presence, which will allow our clients and future clients in the area to stop in and discuss all things marketing.”

He further indicates that, “whether its for something as simple as designing business cards, banners for their business, or designing a new website and full-on marketing services, our business will keep growing and providing new services to the drycleaning industry.”

The firm was formed by Bobby Patel, Troemel, and Bryon Eser.

The first customer was Perfect Cleaners of Los Angeles, the company writes, owned and operated by David Suber. “Dave was the first one to take a chance on this new marketing company,” Troemel relates.

“We started BeCreative360 six years ago with one part-time employee. Three years ago, we moved into regular office space and we grew to 13 full-time employees,” he continues.

“With the move to our permanent new home, we have the space to take our company even further. Our plan is to grow our digital marketing department along with the ever-growing need for website development,” Troemel says.

BeCreative360 now provides marketing services for over 200 companies representing over 1,100 locations across the United States, Canada, the Bahamas, and, most recently, New Zealand, it notes.

“The drycleaning industry has been good to us,” Troemel adds, “and we appreciate each and every client we work with.”

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Tim Burke

American Drycleaner


Tim Burke is the editor of American Drycleaner. He can be reached at 312-361-1684 or [email protected]


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