Celebrating 25 Years: Looking Back & Paying It Forward

Of the lessons learned from our recent global recession – and its slow moving recovery – the importance of small business on the U.S. economy is near the top of the list.

The U.S. Small Business Administration reports that small businesses represent more than 99% of all employer firms, and provide approximately half of all private sector jobs.  Half!  Imagine how that impacts local communities in the way of local spending, home purchases, educational investments and charitable donations.

As our firm celebrates its 25th year in business, we have taken an inventory of the organizations to which we have provided either financial or pro-bono donations.  We’re proud to have supported the more than three dozen local and national charities and non-profit organizations listed below.  “Giving back” has been a keystone to our firm’s culture for the past quarter century, and a tradition we intend to carry forward into the next 25 years!

Abe’s Garden

Affordable Housing Resources

American Cancer Society

American Heart Association

American Stroke Association

Belmont University PR Department

CABLE

Federal Reserve Bank

Friends in General

General Commission on United Methodist Men for the United Methodist Church.

Homework Hotline

International Association of Business Communicators – Nashville Chapter

Jason Foundation

Junior Achievement

Leadership Nashville

Lymphoma Society

Mayor’s Affordable Housing Task Force

Middle Tennessee Boy Scouts of America

Nashville Chamber of Commerce

Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival

Nashville Downtown Rotary

Nashville General Hospital

Nashville Health Care Council

NFL Yes

Public Relations Society of America – Nashville Chapter

Public Relations Student Society of America – Nashville Chapter

Soles4Souls

Strength for Service

Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition

Tennessee Breast Coalition

Tennessee Leukemia Society

Tennessee State University

The McWhorter Society

United Methodist Church

United Way of Middle Tennessee

WPLN – Public Radio Nashville

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