MHP/Team SI opens Bentonville office

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From left, MHP/Team SI principals Lannie Byrd, David Rainwater, Sharon Tallach Vogelpohl and Chip Culpepper.

Little Rock-based communications firm MHP/Team SI recently opened an office at 109 N. Main St. in downtown Bentonville. The 2,500-square-foot space is on the second floor above Strider bicycle shop next to the Walmart Museum.

The new office took about two years to renovate. It replaces the firm’s 1,250-square-foot office at 1800 S. Osage Springs Drive in Rogers, which opened in March 2020. The agency previously had an office in downtown Fayetteville from 1996 until the early 2000s.

Designed by Bentonville architect Dave Burris, the Bentonville office features a contemporary and rustic design with interior glass walls contrasted with old brick and rough-sawn cedar wall accents. Burris designed the space specifically for collaborative work environments, with co-working tables and a conference room overlooking the downtown square.

The company has 10 employees working in Bentonville with job responsibilities ranging from video production, public relations, account service and content studio services. Vice President Scott Caldwell manages the Northwest Arkansas office.

MHP/Team SI has more than 150 workers across its family of companies across 13 states and internationally. It has three locations in Arkansas, with offices in Little Rock’s Riverdale and west Little Rock areas and one in Bentonville.