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Full Media opens 4th office

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Internet marketing and website development company, <a href="http://www.fullmedia.com/" target="_blank">Full Media</a>, recently opened its fourth office. It is located in Decatur.<br /> <br /> Gainesville-based Full Media already has offices in Gainesville, Chattanooga, and Greenville, S.C.<br /> <br /> With the addition of its Decatur office, the company aims to provide a "more local" relationship with clients in the Atlanta area.<br /> <br /> Full Media CEO Kris Nordholz stated, <br /> <br /> "We are excited to have a local Atlanta office that allows us to be closer to our current clients and develop relationships with more local organizations who need reasonably priced, results-driven Internet marketing and website development services," CEO Kris Nordholz. <br /> <br /> "As one of the largest cities in the country, Atlanta is full of businesses that want to utilize the Internet as part of their overall growth strategy, but who may not fit in the traditional large agency model. Full Media's goal is to meet the needs of that under-served market."<br /> <br /> Staffing the new office are: Internet Marketing Team Leader Olivia Hawkins; Internet Marketing Analysts Brooklyn Rains and Rachael Watkins; and a member of the sales team, Brandon Deeb.<br /> <br /> <br />
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