Under his leadership, SFGT
evolved from a creatively-driven advertising agency into a marketing innovation agency, specializing in the development of technology-enabled, sustainable marketing properties.
Before joining SFGT
(he is the "T"), Teitelman spent 14 years in Manhattan, with four of the world's top 10 shops, all within the Omnicom and Interpublic Group of Companies agency networks, working with global marketers such as Coca Cola, DeLonghi, Lancome, Lever Bros.
At the same time, Teitelman, a 13-year veteran of major New York agencies best known locally for co-founding and growing Philadelphia's SFGT
through 1999, had just returned to the market following a stint as Managing Partner at Earle Palmer Brown, first running that agency's operations in Philadelphia, and then New York, prior to its sale to Arnold Worldwide.
The TV ads were produced in Los Angeles by SFGT
Advertising of Philadelphia and are designed to communicate the message that West Coast Video is the premier destination for new releases and new releases in quantity.