The holidays are a time of joy and cheer, and during the “most wonderful time of the year” our team at Fletcher Marketing PR reflects on our clients’ projects that bring goodwill. We’re honored to promote our clients’ good news by raising awareness for their considerable accomplishments like new store openings, expanded product and service offerings or community involvement. In addition to the milestones and developments our clients achieve, we’re also fortunate to work with area nonprofits and charity events that provide a positive impact for the community at large.
This summer, Fletcher Marketing PR had the pleasure of having Alisia Chandler, a recent graduate of Austin-East Magnet High School. Alisia was placed with us through Project GRAD Knoxville's summer internship program. This fall, Alisia has plans to attend MTSU where she plans on studying psychology and marketing. Thank you and good luck, Alisia!
To say I love the Kate Spade brand would be an understatement. I’ve carried the Kelly-Green tote I purchased in Charleston as a briefcase for the past 3 years and can’t give it up despite the tattered straps.
When asked if I’d be interested in writing a post to reflect my time at Fletcher, I pondered how to sum up this experience in just a short blog. Joining the Fletcher team for my senior spring semester at The University of Tennessee was easily one of the main highlights of my undergraduate career. In the beginning, I thought I was gaining valuable agency experience. I did, but I also gained new mentors and a skill set that I appreciate.
At Fletcher, we are passionate about helping women grow and achieve. We are a group of strong women who advocate for other women as the cornerstone of our culture.
I could not be more honored to take the helm for Mary Beth West. She is not only an amazing public relations professional that I have learned much from over the years; she is also a dear and trusted friend. Mary Beth, I know I have some big high heels to fill and I’m so glad we’re going to have the opportunity to work together in a new way. You are simply the best.
When I meet people and explain that our company specializes in marketing to women, I can often see the wheels turning. The next question usually goes something like, “Oh yeah? So, you work with retailers and fashion/beauty companies?”
On November 7, Twitter unveiled their new face lift that users feared would leave it unrecognizable, pulling back their restriction of brevity and doubling the character limit to 280. Users immediately responded with criticism, curiosity and cleverness.