Americhip, Inc

Marketing agency Americhip, Inc, 19032 S Vermont Ave, Gardena, CA 90248, United States: 4 reviews of users and employees, detailed information about the address, opening hours, location on the map, attendance, photos, menus, phone number and a huge amount of other detailed and useful information
Americhip, Inc
Rate: 4.0
Address: 19032 S Vermont Ave, Gardena, CA 90248, United States
Phone number: +1 310-323-3697

GPS coordinates

Latitude: 33.8575819
Longitude: -118.2902041

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Megan Potts
We ordered several time from them. Their products are awesome. When you talk Americhip. You talk leader of video in print brochures. We used their video brochures and it was a success. Highly recommend.
10 months ago
Hugh Scholey
Our agency loves working with Americhip. They have the coolest, new, tech solutions for our creatives and for our clients!
10 months ago
Americhip's innovative products blew my mind. Their Video brochures were something I have never seen before. They also had Hologram displays that seemed so real. I think they do regular showroom tours if you just call ahead of time. This place was so cool!!!!
3 months ago
I don't have any business with this company, but I recommend others don't either. It may seem petty, but I visited the restaurant next door. Their limited parking was full. Americhip has dozens of parking spaces along the side of their building and a dozen or so reserved spaces facing the street right next to the restaurant with at least 7 open. Being that it is raining, and I'm picking up a to go order, I parked in one of the open spaces. A young gentleman walking toward Americhip's entrance asks me where I'm going I said to Green Olive. He informs me that this space is for employees of Americhip. I moved my car to the other end of the lot, near Sketcher's shoes. Now, he was perfectly polite, and I COMPLETELY understand the struggles of working out parking difficulties. But that is between Americhip, Green Olive, and the property management to work out, not between you and your neighbor's customers. I have assigned parking at my office. It is regularly disregarded. But even though I'm not a retail business, I wouldn't dream of burdening one of my neighbor's customers or business partners with the neighbor's parking problems. That is a bad public relations policy. I especially wouldn't do so if it wasn't actually putting me out in that particular case. It's ironic that the entire rest of the parking lot appears to be unassigned, and a significant portion of it is just as close to Americhip's front door as the assigned spaces are. Why the property management wouldn't allocate sufficient parking to the restaurant is beyond my comprehension. They only have a half dozen spaces and two giant ones are apparently mandatory handicapped spaces, even though I didn't even see any handicapped spaces in most of the rest of the several dozen car lot between Americhip and Sketchers. People. Work your parking problems out and leave me out of it.
2 months ago

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