Creating Better Communities

We are more than just a marketing agency … we are fully invested in the communities where we live, work, and play.  From our Marketing Mountain Courses and Non-Profit Marketing Grants to serving on various non-profit boards and working with our local Chambers of Commerce, we work to create communities where everyone is valued and has the opportunity to thrive.

Education is a vital part of any community’s success.  Our team stays on the cutting edge of virtual and in-person learning techniques so we can share marketing tips and tools to help small businesses succeed through our Marketing Mountain Courses.

We believe that helping the most vulnerable among us is just part of being good humans.  From giving Non-Profit Marketing Grants to local non-profits to serving on Boards of Directors and volunteering, we invest our time and money in areas we are passionate about and can help make a difference. Currently, our team members are involved with Sky City Entrepreneur Center, The Hearing & Speech Foundation, Loudon County Education Foundation, United Way of Blount County, Family Promise of Blount County, Leadership Blount, Keep Blount Beautiful, Let Her Speak, and many other vital nonprofits.

Our Chambers of Commerce are the backbone of our business communities. From hosting networking events and leading workshops to chairing Chamber Ambassadors and serving on other committees, our team works closely with Chambers throughout East Tennessee and 2 other states to help strengthen local businesses and create thriving economies.

Marketing Grants

We understand the needs, struggles, and budgets of local non-profits. Our team has a combined total of over 45 years of non-profit staff experience. While we are no longer working directly in the non-profit sector, we value all our community organizations’ impact in our area and we are passionate about working with non-profits to help you conquer your marketing mountains so you can do more good for more people. Check out our Non-Profit Marketing Grants here.

 

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