For Immediate Release
Ribbon Cutting for five new companies in Jackson TN
They did it again! The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce out did themselves with their recent ribbon cutting ceremonies held at the chamber office Tuesday, June 19th. Five new businesses in the Jackson area celebrated their future success with information, food, door prizes, and shared optimism. The team at Studio Blue Creative, Inc. was on hand to celebrate the newly formed corporation. The company has been in existence since 2004, but has recently expanded its territory to include Mississippi, Kentucky, and even clients in Texas. Team members include Bobby Johnson (CEO/prime architect), Paul Reed (National Sales Director), Nicki Parris (Treasurer/HR), Lori Sharp (Sales Rep), Jay Brown (Sales Rep), and Ashleigh Lindsey (Graphic designer/Sales). Studio Blue Creative offers web based marketing management which includes web design, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, social media management, Google local ad management, and email ad campaigns. One lucky attendant won a one year free Google local ad campaign. You can find out more about this company by visiting their website at www.studiobluecreative.com.
Also in attendance were the new owners of Touching Hearts At Home, Steve and Donna Smith. This franchise location began earlier this year helping seniors live independently at home. They provide light housekeeping, meal preparation, transportation, companionship, medication reminders, memory care, and personal hygiene assistance. An invaluable service that helps our senior population live long healthy lives in the safety and comfort of their own homes, this is a company to love. Learn more about the services from the great people at Touching Hearts At Home by visiting their website at www.touchinghearts.com/westtn.
The representatives of InSouth Bank were celebrating the ribbon cutting for their company. InSouth Bank has three locations in Brownsville, TN serving many customers in the Jackson Area with hopes of bringing a branch to Jackson in the future. Jo Anne Finne (Vice President) and Brannon Williams (Vice President) were there to thank the people of Jackson for the support and success of the company with door prizes, cookies, and goodies of all kinds. Visit www.insouth.com to find out more about this bank and the best interest rates around.
United Healthcare was on hand to celebrate their increased presence in the Jackson area with health and community outreach programs provided by their national office. Locally, this program helps provide guidance for local TennCare patients and community members with free health information and guidance. They partner with school programs and community event leaders to get the word out about their free services. Learn more by visiting www.uhc.com.
And last but certainly not least, the owners of the Hart Guild were there to shine. Founder, Natasha Hart, explained that their mission was to support the visual arts in Jackson through community outreach and school sponsorships. Providing art activities and positive alternatives for young students and teens to express themselves and display their talents. They are currently partnered with Parkway Middle School and hope to partner with more schools in the coming year. Learn more about the exciting events and ways to support this worthy organization by going to www.thehartguild.com.