Thwak! Opens Chicago Office

Nov 10, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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Thwak! Inc., a New York-based music production company, announced that it has opened a Chicago office, its first satellite office. Producer/creative director Cliff Kennedy will lead Thwak! Chicago’s overall operations, managing day-to-day client relations and leading the company's business development efforts in Chicago.

A 20-year veteran of the production industry, Kennedy has worked with Tony Verderosa, founder and president of Thwak!, on projects for Yamaha, Sony Consumer Electronics and Canon U.S.A. Kennedy’s past client roster also includes 3Com, American Century Investments, GE Capital, IBM, Monsanto, the National Association of Manufacturers, Quaker, Transamerica and United Airlines. “Chicago is home to some of the most consistently creative agencies, as well as a large number of major brands, so the establishment of a Chicago office is a natural extension of Thwak!’s business,” said Tony Verderosa, founder of Thwak!. “Cliff helps Thwak! better serve our Chicago clients and acts as a conduit between their music needs and our talented composers and producers.”

Thwak! expanded its production artist roster earlier this year, adding DJ Josh Byrnes (aka, Elevator Man), Teddy Kumpel, David Mann and Jamie Myerson.

THWAK! Chicago can be contacted at 3759 N. Ravenswood, Ste. 225, Chicago, IL 60613, 773/549-2380,

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