Nektur Marketing Announces Collaboration With 2 Unique Chattanooga Businesses

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Nektur Marketing is a local online marketing company that has announced its partnerships with two businesses in Chattanooga. Officials said, "Nektur Marketing has a passion for helping local brands, and is looking forward to its new partnership with the Chattanooga Brewing Company and the Chattanooga Vapor Company."

Nektur Marketing, which was created earlier this year, has set out to find businesses that are as passionate about Chattanooga’s growth as they are. By providing practical online marketing solutions, it seeks to help local businesses establish their brands. It has been able to help a few other local businesses, but is proud to be representing these two companies that have embraced the city’s name. Both the Chattanooga Brewing Company and Chattanooga Vapor Company have thrived by offering craft products and memorable experiences.

Chattanooga Brewing Company’s new location on Chestnut Street is across from Finley Stadium and has enjoyed filling up the house before and after Chattanooga Football Club games. Officials said, "UTC’s football season is right around the corner, so stop by with family or friends to enjoy their unique atmosphere, food, and the most specialized beers in Chattanooga."

Chattanooga Vapor Company is on the North Shore just off Frazier Avenue, near the new Big Chill. Only two short months after its initial grand opening on June 12, it is opening a new location in Soddy Daisy at the intersection of Dayton and Thrasher Pike. Officials said, "Whether you are a seasoned vapor pro, or a just beginner, they have the products and knowledgeable staff to fit your needs."

For more information on Nektur Marketing, call 423 797-6388.



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