Re-Brand Solidifies Mission, Audience For Full Media

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Internet marketing and website design company, Full Media, announced its company-wide re-branding, complete with a fresh logo and responsive website that communicate its core values and focus. The public announcement shortly follows the company’s six-year anniversary.

Full Media CEO Kris Nordholz stated, “Our re-branding initiative has been the outcome of very honest, intentional conversations held across various levels of our team. Every element, from the stacked logo to the core values and target audience, reflect who Full Media is today and where we are headed in the future.

The company’s focus is on growing small and mid-sized organizations through Internet marketing and website development. Their office locations in mid-sized communities assist them in reaching this target audience. Currently, Full Media has offices in Chattanooga, Greenville, SC and Gainesville, GA, and a fourth office is slated to open this summer in Atlanta.

“We are bringing a high level of service, quality work and broad and deep expertise to a market that traditionally didn’t have access to it,” said Mr. Nordholz. “Our team delivers real results at an affordable rate, while focusing on developing ongoing relationships with our clients.”

The core values are one way the company is re-affirming its commitment to serving these small and mid-sized organizations.

Mr. Nordholz added, “Full Media has always had the mission of impacting our world positively. Our updated brand helps bring a fresh perspective to this commitment.”

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