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Air Esscentials, a leading global provider of scent marketing solutions based in Miami, is growing again. The company, founded in 2007 by Spence Levy and his cousin Citron Arbel in Mr. Levy’s Miami home, is now moving into almost 6,000 square feet of office and warehouse space in South Miami. Reflecting the company’s rapid growth, the new facility is nearly three times the size of its previous location and that space in turn was twice the size of the office before that.


From its humble beginnings, Air Esscentials has capitalized on a tremendous demand for its commercial scenting solutions. Air Esscentials got its start when its founders walked door-to-door to hotels and offered to leave a scent diffuser there for a week for free. When they came to pick up the units, the hotels insisted on buying them because they got such a positive response from guests.

Today, Air Esscentials provides professional scent marketing services to hotels, cruise lines, retailers and entertainment companies worldwide including the Ritz Carlton, Universal Studios, the Eden Roc resort, Morgan’s Hotel Group, Melia Hotels and Resort World. The company has distributors all over the United States and ships its products to more than 15 countries in the Americas, Asia, and Europe. It is still owned and operated by Spence Levy and his brother, Marc Levy, who is the Vice President of Sales.

“We are thrilled to be able to increase our capacity to serve customers worldwide,” said Spence Levy, President of Air Esscentials. “The move will enable us to meet growing demand for Air Esscentials’ superior commercial scenting equipment, service and knowledge.” The company is experiencing a surge in growth as more and more companies learn that they can use a pleasant scent to strengthen their brands and to enhance the customer experience.

Air Esscentials will also be adding two new positions to its existing staff of thirteen employees within the next few months.