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Thank You Boston!

five to followWe’d like to say thank you to the Boston Business Journal for naming us a top five start-up to follow.  We’d also like to thank the other nominees. Boston has a very supportive business community and we are proud of the many client relationships we have fostered and we are especially thankful to those who were instrumental in helping with our selection for this accolade.

Mass High Tech selected Drive Customers to be highlighted as one of five start-ups selected by a team of editors. Our company was given a featured profile with links and information about the company and it’s founder Thomas DiSanto.

We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to provide tangible results for our clients. We pride ourselves on our ability to generate positive ROI from our marketing efforts and will continue to help our clients succeed on the ever changing web. We will continue to strive to meet new challenges and opportunities, as well as provide value where ever and how ever possible. A very special thank you to every single one of our clients, who challenge us and inspire us every single day.

About Drive Customers:

One of the primary hurdles that many business owners face is, who to trust and where to turn for their digital media strategies when the trends and technologies are so new and evolving at a lightning fast pace. You need a company that has the experience, the business intelligence and the tools to ensure your business has a strong foothold on the future. Our team brings brings more than 15 years experience on the cutting edge of digital marketing and advertising programs, including work with market leaders from Fortune 500 Companies to local and regional small and medium size businesses.


Thomas DiSanto

Thomas DiSanto is the CEO of Drive Customers, a Rhode Island based Digital Marketing Agency. He has more than 20+ years experience in creating and managing search engine marketing and enterprise level SEO programs. Call (855) 540-3300 today to learn why so many companies trust him.