Anthony AngellChief Marketing Officer
Anthony started at Closeline in 1995 (at the tender age of 25) and was instrumental in expanding the company from a reputable regional player to the major title and escrow powerhouse it is today, operating in 40+ states. After many successful, and life-changing years with Closeline, he left to pursue his dream of establishing his own tech company.
That dream became a realization, and now Anthony is world renowned for co-founding StickyStreet, one of the planet’s most popular loyalty and rewards platforms. Established in over 100 countries and 13+ languages, StickyStreet is used by hundreds of global agencies and big brands including TJ MAX, Verizon, Toys R Us, Gloria Jeans Coffee, and Harley Davidson, among others. Today he teaches an ongoing class in Marketing called: “Getting to Yes by Saying NO”.
A perpetual mad scientist and visionary, Anthony’s creative and loyalty expertise has been featured in the Washington Post, Washington Times, Business Week, Modern Salon, Salon Today, Renew Magazine, LaunchPad, American Spa and he has been a frequent guest speaker at Apple’s Small Business Day Events. He enjoys building brands and helping others, especially children and furry animals.
When he’s not busy at work, dedicated to the needs of his lenders, brokers, and agents, he can be found watching (and rewatching) one of the 3000+ movies in his library, learning a new cuisine: currently Traditional Vietnamese, or practicing his molecular gastronomy skills.
Anthony’s philanthropic endeavors have him on the Board of Directors for Academy Dances for Hope, a 501(c)(3) dedicated to the advancement, socialization, and education of underprivileged children through social dance. He is also a contributor to the HRC, Matthew Sheppard Foundation, Miriam’s Kitchen, Georgetown Pediatrics, (RED), Doctors without Borders, U.S. Pirg and The Hamels Foundation.
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