Andrea's Communications Empire, aka ACE, is a certified, minority-owned Women's Business Enterprise. ACE is a Media Sales & Marketing Advertising Rep Firm, representing some of the top properties in the industry.
ACE specializes in broadcast media sales beyond the traditional commercial :30 unit sales including branded interstitials, customized live remotes, and more.
After 20 years in broadcast media sales in NY, (WWOR-TV, WNYW-TV). ACE was founded in 2003 to fill the void of a minority owned and operated sales rep firm, servicing the needs of advertisers to reach the cross cultural audience.
PRESIDENT & CEO
Andrea Holmes Thompkins is a veteran broadcast media sales and marketing executive. She is responsible for some of the most lucrative advertising sales sponsorships and campaigns in the general market as well as in the diverse multicultural marketplace, combining her interests in fashion, music and sports.
Andrea, spent twenty years of her career with UPN(WWOR-TV) and FOX (WNYW-TV), in New York , in sales and marketing. By utilizing innovative marketing strategies, defining cross cultural trends, and providing relevant timely information, She expanded the consumer base for her clients while bringing brand awareness and recognition to their product.
Teaneck International Film Festival Saturday, November 8th @ 6:30PM / Teaneck Cinemas / 503 Cedar Lane
***Sponsored By ACE Media Corp***A Noel Calloway Films & GROWN MAN SPORT "GMS" production, this powerful 30 minute narrative short takes an unbiased look at the highly publicized and polarizing stop and frisk policy as well as the role police have in the community. Written & directed by Noel Calloway, “TWO DAYS IN HARLEM” stars Yandy Smith, Omarr Wom Ez Salgado, Jason Hurt and is produced by director of photography Charles Jones & Dedra N. Tate. Join the cast and producers as they engage in a relevant panel discussion moderated by Clinton Lacey (NYC Dept of Corrections/Parole Division). Additional panelists Anthony Cureton (President, NAACP - Bergen County) and Detective Harold Clark (Teaneck Police Department), discuss the racial stereotypes, profiling, and the climate our African American boys and men are dealing with on a daily basis. Get Tickets | View Trailer