Jenna Kelley Hired As Sales Professional In Full Media's Chattanooga Office

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Four years after its expansion to Chattanooga, Full Media is welcoming its ninth team member to the Chattanooga office. Jenna Kelley, a Cleveland native, joins Full Media’s sales team, where she will serve small and mid-sized clients throughout the greater Chattanooga area.

A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, Ms. Kelley comes to Full Media with diverse sales experience including working within the media, food, retail and automotive industries. In her sales position at Full Media, she will work with organizations who want to utilize the Internet as part of their long-term growth strategy. Specifically, she will assist them in understanding solutions that meet their needs and budgets, whether through website design, custom programing or Internet marketing services, which may include paid search, social media management, online public relations and search engine optimization.

Full Media CEO Kris Nordholz said, “Jenna is a passionate, growth-oriented sales professional, and we are excited to have her on Full Media’s team. Having local sales professionals in each of our markets is one way we show our commitment to developing real relationships with our small and mid-sized clients. We look forward to helping more Chattanooga organizations grow by providing them with measurable results, team expertise and unmatched customer service.”

For more information, contact mhodges@fullmedia.com.


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