Create-A-Card, Inc. Staff
Arthur Messina - President
Create-A-Card, Inc. has, under the leadership of Arthur Messina, evolved from a specialized printing company in 1986 into what is, today, the industry’s leading full-service marketing strategy and solutions provider. For over two decades, Mr. Messina has taken a leadership position in ground transportation, and as a featured speaker at many industry events, including LCT and regional association programs, and as a published author, has built a reputation as an industry innovator and the preferred partner for marketing leading transportation companies. Mr. Messina is an affable, focused businessman who brings a unique, and entertaining, perspective to chauffeured ground transportation marketing.
Mr. Messinas' background in marketing and his ongoing training within the graphic design field helps him keep his clients up to date with fresh concepts and new ideas. You can meet Mr. Messina at any of the Limousine industry trade shows throughout the US to discuss your next marketing project or have him review your current printed materials.
Marian Abrilz - Vice President of Customer Relations
At Create-A-Card, Inc. Marian's primary responsibility is to provide livery clients with top quality customer service. Marian follows the customers order from the time the order is placed with CAC and then continues to track the order through the entire process until the client receives the final product. Her department has received numerous letters of appreciation and awards for the services they provide.
Marian's customer base extends from coast to coast. Her friendliness and compassion in helping others succeed in business has earned her the reputation and trust from the clients she works with. In 2007, Marian will celebrate 9 years with Create-A-Card.
Marian is available Monday-Friday to answer any questions or to review any upcoming projects that need to be quoted. Her quick response time to questions with answers is something that you will learn to appreciate. Taken from the past... the customer is still #1.