The Franklin Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting celebration for Stewart Communications located at 98 Hyatt Road, Franklin NC.
Pulling together a team of local specialists, Stewart Communications has expanded to become Franklin’s only full-service marketing agency.
“Today, we are proud to pull together a sharp team of local marketing professionals to help businesses, non-profits and any other organization tell their story, grow their bottom line, expand their reach in the community and maintain a great reputation,” Stewart said.
Now working with the company are David Oakes, creative director, Tracy Griffith, events and social media, Weston Hinton, web development, and Elora Ball, social media. Longtime local web developer Lee Cloer also is consulting with the agency.
Stewart Communications focuses on marketing, graphic design, social media, events, website development, and reputation management, but delivers results on all aspects of what big city firms would offer including issue advocacy, media relations, advertising and more. The agency offers free initial consultations.
Altogether, the team has decades of experience working at the highest levels of Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, non-profits as well as state and local governments. They’ve worked in virtually every industry including retail, energy, restaurant/food service, manufacturing, tourism, economic development, health care, political campaigns, government, and non-profits.
Just before Covid struck, Morgan Stewart brought his 30 years of marketing communications experience to Franklin in 2020 when he officially opened his practice here. Early on, he helped introduce the Special Liberty Project to the region, while helping the Holly Springs Community Center.
“Stewart Communications was an absolute integral part of our nonprofit’s success and growth upon relocating to Franklin. Not only did Morgan foster support from many business leaders, he also created important relationships with local politicians,” said Jessica Merritt, founder of the Special Liberty Project. “Their skills with event management and media coverage made our organization shine.”
Every team member supports local charitable efforts, and overall, the team believes that volunteering in the community is as important as working to help local organizations succeed.
Stewart Communications maintains an office at the Chamber of Commerce building. For more information visit https://stewartcomm.com or call 504-460-7024.