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RW Lynch Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Founder and CEO Attribute Company's Longevity to Employees and Clients

SAN RAMON, Calif., Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Countless changes in technology and media during the past 30 years have dramatically altered the way personal injury marketing is done. As a leading provider of marketing and advertising services, RW Lynch has embraced – and relished – every new development.  As a result, RW Lynch is celebrating its 30-year anniversary servicing the personal injury legal industry.

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Maintaining a business for three decades is a challenging undertaking in any industry – and in a service organization specifically, it demands the ability to stay ahead of emerging technologies as well as customer needs. "We've learned to embrace and leverage new media forms as they arise. Throughout our tenure we have often been the first to utilize new media, before our competitors, including the Internet and mobile communications.  This innovative spirit has allowed us to provide our clients with the best possible results for 30 years," said Randy Lynch, Founder and Chairman of RW Lynch. "Technology enables and drives our business and we will continue to look for ways to utilize it to improve our services and continue to create results for our clients."

Founded in 1984, RW Lynch Company, Inc. pioneered group advertising for attorneys with the Injury HelpLine® program.  Personal injury law firms that want to grow their personal injury practices have been relying on RW Lynch and the power of Group Advertising for the best return on their advertising and marketing investment.  "The partnerships we have built with personal injury lawyers over the past 30 years have enabled us to connect nearly 3 million injured victims with the best resource for legal representation in their local area. 

Our focus has always been to bring added value to our clients," said CEO Brian Lynch. "And that attitude – coupled with continuous investments in people and technology – has allowed us to build a unique business model that few (if any) competitors have been able to emulate. In a relationship-driven business, people are key. The 'people' are our business," said Lynch. "I often tell people that I have the greatest job in the world because I get to work with and for a lot of great people. It's very gratifying to help employees and clients succeed – and to play a role in their growth and development."

About RW Lynch

Since 1984, RW Lynch Company, Inc. has been pioneering group advertising for attorneys with our Injury HelpLine® program. As the very first in the industry, we truly know it best. For nearly three decades RW Lynch has been the leading innovator in the injury law firm marketing field with a solid reputation for both integrity in business and powerful results for our clients. From New York to San Francisco and Honolulu, we have partnered with thousands of attorneys to strengthen and grow their practices through direct response internet, television, and mobile advertising. Our Total Marketing Solution also includes proprietary tools that empower injury attorneys to develop lucrative databases for ongoing secondary marketing. Visit www.rwlynch.com for more information. 

Media Contact: Anush Alexander, RW Lynch, 925-837-3877, [email protected]

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