The Meaning Behind Our Name

An example of a spire on the Chrysler BuildingMany people have asked us why we chose the name Spire for our company.

The word "spire" is not frequently used in the United States, here's a definition:

A tapering conical or pyramidal structure on the top of a building

Church steeples are an example of a spire, and you'll see spires on many skyscrapers in major cities around the world.

We Help Companies of All Sizes Stand Out
Just as a spire helps a building stand out among a crowd, we do the same thing for the companies we serve.   If you have a product or service that the world needs to see -- or even just your local community -- we can help you "stand out." 

Since many of the companies we serve are small and medium-sized businesses, standing out is a neccessity for survival.

The websites we design, and the advertising & marketing strategies we implement are designed to help your company succeed.  We want to serve as a "spire" of sorts for your company - to draw the type of visibility that leads to results.

Built to Last
Like an iconic building in a large city, Spire Advertising is built to last.  Our company has a solid foundation that's committed to building quality long-term relationships with our clients around the world.  Even in a tough economy, we've continued to grow steadily, yet conservatively.  We believe that our ongoing success will be a by-product of the emphasis we put into helping our customers succeed.

If you want to get results that help you stand out, look to Spire Advertising & Web Design.

How May We Help You?

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Our Customers Say...

Thank you so much to the hard work and dedication to the great team at Spire. We couldn't be happier with our product, and know that we will increase our exposure, while at the same time streamlining our marketing efforts. Michael Taylor, Total Performance Sports Camps, Chicago, IL
Chicago, IL
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