"A joy shared is twice the joy...a burden shared is half the burden."- Swedish Proverb
30 years of marketing communications experience which include: branding, advertising, developing market strategies, media planning and placement, package design, print management, public relations and creative direction. Packaging clients included Heinz, Carriage House Foods, Roddenbery, Dow Chemicals, Farm Fresh Supermarkets, Food Lion, Winn Dixie and several others. Lynn has designed roughly 7,500 different pieces of packaging and achieved success for clients in hundreds of advertising campaigns. His client experience covers other brands like Mincon, Rubatex, the United Spinal Association, the Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation, the National Association of Independent Life Brokerage Agencies (NAILBA), the Wounded Warrior Project, Lincoln Financial, AIG, Nationwide and many more.
Later after joining First Colony Life Insurance Company which became GE Financial (Genworth), he served as Marketing Communications Leader and Brand Compliance Manager where he supervised a communications team of around 20 and was responsible for advertising, communications, public relations and marketing for several life insurance-annuity and Long Term Care insurance companies, business units, product factories and distribution systems. His responsibilities included brand compliance for GE Financial, at that time 1/8th of General Electric. Lynn received several awards in the Life Insurance industry, such as the Insurance and Financial Communicators Association's top awards in Trade Advertising, Agent Promotions and several other categories.
Lynn also worked for Schawk (one of the world’s largest prepress companies-Canadian Division)— His responsibilities included sales of web-based applications that included DAMs (Digital Asset Management systems) and Co-Op advertising and ad generation systems. Since 2003 until 2008, Lynn ran Axis Creative, a marketing communications network in Bedford, Virginia serving over 200 clients with a broad range of marketing services.
Lynn's interests include of course, family first, but basketball is the one "aggressive" stress outlet that Lynn can't pass up - in a league or at the YMCA!
"The best time to wear an [orange] sweater is all the time."- Spongebob Squarepants
Benton lives his life with the goal to live fully while inspiring others. Graduating from Liberty University in 2016 with his BS in Strategic Communication, he currently serves as our Operations Manager, working on project management, as well as assisting in the management of our social media. Benton has also become well-versed in building websites in Joomla for numerous clients. When Benton is not at work, he is attending Liberty University working towards his MBA with a focus in Finance. He also serves as the Executive Director for his ministry team, Bridging the Gap Urban Ministries.
When Benton is not at work, he is attending Liberty University working towards his MBA with a focus in Finance. He also serves as the Executive Director for his ministry team, Bridging the Gap Urban Ministries.
Business Development Manager
"I don't take naps."- Aubrey "Drake" Graham
Mark graduated from Liberty University, with a BS in Communication: Advertising & Public Relations magna cum laude. In his role, Mark balances current client's needs, while pursuing new business daily. He has experience with Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai, where he had the privilege of working with some of the top companies in the world on a personal level. This international experience, combined with his education and charismatic personality bring a different dimension to our team.
Lead Web Developer/Server Management
Alex is a well-rounded web master, responsible for one on the CMS Joomla's greatest module's AI Contact Safe which allows users to quickly develop and deploy a robust contact system in their site. Alex also handles various needs with web sites, coding issues, system issues, Flash, database projects and works remotely from Brasov, Romania on a daily basis. Alex also has many other freeware Joomla modules and components.