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Viscul Creative moves to larger office in Upper Allen

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Viscul Creative has moved to larger office in Upper Allen Township.
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A midstate creative firm that works with food and beverage companies has moved to a larger office in Upper Allen Township and plans to add employees in 2019.

Viscul Creative, which has been a Business of the Year finalist the last two years, said Wednesday that it has opened a new office at 611 Gettysburg Pike, next to Farinelli Construction.

Farinelli built the 4,000-square-foot office, which quadruples the firm's space. Viscul had been operating in an office near Dillsburg.

Jessica Hughes, a partner and the firm's managing director, said the company wanted to be close to its current office in Dillsburg, which is where the majority of the firm's employees liv. 

"It made it easy for us to pop out for school programs, sporting events, to grab a sick child," she said. "So when we needed to move, we struggled to find a location that was ideal to maintain the proximity to the school district."

But Viscul also has been growing in size. The firm is now up to eight employees. And more growth is expected.

The new space can accommodate up to 18 people. The partners said they plan to bring more people on board over the coming months.

"We have become known for doing everything in-house and not farming it out to third parties like many other agencies," Hughes said. "So we continually reinvest back into the team to ensure fresher creative, better strategies and, most importantly, high-end customer service."

Viscul specializes in brand strategy, graphic design and video production services. Among its current clients are Giant/Martin's in Carlisle, which is part of Ahold Delhaize; Eleven Oaks Farm, a meat producer in Newville; and Giant Heirloom Market in Philadelphia.

The company also works with food companies in Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Texas, including seafood, cheese and artisan bread businesses.

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