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Cranford Johnson moving to Main Street

By Jack Weatherly

This article was published February 27, 2014 at 2:51 p.m.

Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods, the state’s largest marketing, advertising and public relations firm, announced on Thursday plans to move its Little Rock office to the historic Fulk Building at the southwest corner of Third and Main streets in downtown Little Rock.

The firm, which has been located downtown since its founding in 1961, also announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Jones Film Video, will move into a building that has been the location of Mr. Cool’s Clothing directly across Main Street.

The Fulk Building has been home since 1974 to Bennett’s Military Supply, which will be relocated.

The agency said it plans to move to its new location in mid-to-late 2015. Terms were not disclosed. The firm is currently located at 303 West Capitol Ave. Jones Film Video is located at the intersection of Sixth and Chester streets in Little Rock.

Wayne Woods, chairman and chief executive officer of CJRW, said struck the deal with Terraforma, Inc., a land acquisition and development firm in Little Rock.

Read more in Friday's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.


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