Kahn Media Expands its Presence in the Outdoor Industry with the Acquisition of TREAD Agency

Kahn Media today announced it had acquired the assets of TREAD Agency. The move cements the firm’s commitment to delivering high-impact marketing campaigns and results to companies in the outdoor industry. TREAD Agency will function as a sub-brand of Kahn Media and provide digital marketing services focusing on shooting sports, fishing, and boating, off-road, overland, and related market segments.

“Kahn Media is built on delivering marketing services that improve brand positioning, build consumer loyalty, and increase sales and revenue for our clients. Over our 13-year history, we’ve clearly positioned ourselves as a leading agency for companies in the automotive and luxury-lifestyle markets,” said Dan Kahn, President, and CEO. “We also have a strong track record of helping clients in the outdoor space achieve significant business growth. The addition of TREAD provides us with a trustworthy brand and platform to deliver results for clients both on and off the grid.”

Kahn Media is a full-service integrated marketing agency specializing in public relations, visual storytelling, social media, and influencer marketing services that improve brand positioning, expand consumer loyalty, and increase sales and revenue. The agency has a 13-year track record as a leader in the automotive, luxury lifestyle, and outdoor industries.

TREAD Agency was founded by public relations and marketing veteran Jeff Dillow, who has deep roots in the outdoor industry. Jeff joined Kahn Media in 2021 and will remain directly engaged with the TREAD Agency brand under Kahn Media.

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