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October 7, 2012

Bramlett & Associates turns 10

NORMAN — Norman-based company celebrates decade in business

Bramlett & Associates Multimedia, a Norman-based company with roots in the community, is celebrating ten years in business in 2012. The three owners, Colby and Krystyn Bramlett and Leslie Wiggins Christopher, have all called Norman home since childhood and are alumni of Norman High School.

When the LLC was formed in 2002 the owners and some staff officed at the Bramlett’s home in central Norman. As the business grew so did the need for space and the first official office was opened in downtown Norman at 220 E. Main Street.

The Bramletts were high school sweethearts who married shortly after graduation. The young couple moved to Dallas to attend the Art Institute studying photography, design and video and audio production. They returned to Norman to start their family in 1997 and met Christopher shortly thereafter.

“Krystyn and I met while working for our church. We produced videos and printed communication pieces for the church and handled all the advertising as well as the web site,” Christopher said. “We wanted to take our expertise and training in those areas and use it to help other ministry organizations, non-profits and businesses grow.”

Christopher studied psychology at the University of Oklahoma and says she uses her background in that field in her work every day.

“You have to understand how people think in order to move them to buy something from a business or give money to a good cause,” Christopher said. “Psychology really is at the foundation of advertising.”

Today the owners and staff conduct business from their offices in Old Town Plaza at 102 W. Eufaula.

“The industry has changed dramatically in the past decade with the introduction of social media and the continuing advances in technology. We’ve taken it all in stride, learned new skills and kept serving our customers with creativity and professionalism,” Krystyn Bramlett said.

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