LaunchUX Strengthens Position as a Leading Web Agency with 25Penn Marketing Acquisition

LaunchUX is a web development, search optimization, and hosting firm based in Chambersburg, PA. The company announced today that it has acquired 25Penn Marketing, a web development and online marketing provider that has served the local region for eight years. The acquisition is expected to reinforce LaunchUX’s position as a leading web development and SEO agency, with clients throughout the country.

Serving the Nation, From Chambersburg

Since its inception in 2017, LaunchUX has established itself as a respected player in the web development and search optimization industry. The company’s data-driven approach, combined with its commitment to customer satisfaction, has earned it numerous accolades and recognition, including a National Excellence Award in 2023.  This placed the company in the top 1% of service providers nationally according to UpCity, a division of Gartner. LaunchUX’s impressive client roster includes businesses from a wide range of industries across the country including everything from small area businesses to ecommerce giants.

Founder, Nathan Neil said, “Chambersburg and this region in particular is a great place to start and grow a business. The business community here has so much potential, momentum, and abundant resources for prospective entrepreneurs. Many interns we bring into LaunchUX have the assumtion they have to move out of the area to get a fulfilling career in their field. We and many other businesses in Franklin county have proven that this isn’t the case. With the pandemic, a lot of things changed and part of that was the acceptance of remote work and video conferencing. This has enabled us to compete against highly recognized names and work with major brands across the country, without needing to leave home.”

The Acquisition

With the acquisition of 25Penn Marketing, LaunchUX is poised to expand its service offerings and deliver even more comprehensive solutions to its clients. LaunchUX Manager, Michael Banks said, “We recognize that this acquisition represents a significant opportunity for growth and innovation, and we are committed to ensuring a smooth transition. Our continued focus will be on collaboration, communication, and a shared vision for the future as we work together to achieve our goals and continue to deliver the best value to our clients.” Bryan Rotz from 25Penn Marketing will be joining LaunchUX as a Senior Developer, bringing extensive development experience to the team. 

“The success of LaunchUX has been made possible by the hard work and dedication of our incredible team,” said Neil. “We are grateful for their contributions and humbled by the recognition we’ve received. It’s a testament to the talent and commitment of our team to always deliver the best possible outcomes for our clients.”

Significant Milestone

The acquisition of 25Penn Marketing marks a significant milestone in LaunchUX’s ongoing growth and success. The company’s unwavering commitment to customer success and innovative approach remains at the forefront of its mission, and it looks forward to continuing to serve clients across the country with its expanded capabilities.

Brandon Smith, VP of LaunchUX said, “We’re like the Pac-Man of the tech world – always ready to level up! Remember though, despite our expanding abilities, we still haven’t found the ‘undo’ button for 2020. But when it comes to building spectacular websites, we’re your team!”


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A graduate of Wilson College and The Catholic University of America, Janet taught English and Latin in Pennsylvania and was a school librarian in Virginia. 

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