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About LRXD

A Health & Happiness Advertising Agency
LRXD works with brands that help people get healthy and celebrate feeling good. We focus on understanding the intricacies of a select number of industries, and we have a tried-and-true formula for making our clients profitable within these verticals. Our four key areas of concentration include Travel & Hospitality, Health & Fitness, Food & Beverage, and Restaurant & Franchise.
We define advertising as anything that allows our clients to further differentiate themselves from the competition. Which means, beyond doing mainstay "advertising" in both traditional and digital media, every day we find ourselves working in interesting, new and compelling ways for the brands we serve — solving business problems with marketing.
LRXD is headquartered in Denver, Colorado. For more details, visit lrxd.com. 

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