SOURCE: New Age Marketing

New Age Marketing

May 10, 2016 13:01 ET

New Age Marketing Builds Momentum in the Second Quarter

CHARLOTTE, NC--(Marketwired - May 10, 2016) - As the weather warms up in Charlotte, New Age Marketing brings the heat as North Carolina's fastest growing marketing firm. In the last year, Director of Operations Jared Poniatowski aided in the expansion of three associates, tripling their client's national base.

The first in the three-part surge in expansion occurred in July of 2015. As momentum built for New Age Marketing last summer, Jed Gibbs, originally from Charleston, West Virginia, stepped up to the plate. Well versed in business management and strategic advertising, Jed furthered the client's reach into Charleston. Moving into a previously untouched region, Jed quickly became an asset for the clients in the area.

Not long after the expansion into Charleston, the demand for growth into West Virginia doubled. Billy Taylor quickly made a name for himself in the company's fast-paced and competitive environment, which made him the first choice as the Beckley, West Virginia territory became available. As projected, Billy developed another top performing office within the first three months in Beckley.

Continuing the trend, the next expansion occurred weeks later as Terrale Clark took on Florence, South Carolina. Since planting his roots in Florence, Terrale expanded into Lumberton, North Carolina and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

To keep momentum at its peak, Jared and the New Age Marketing team meet on a weekly basis to evaluate the company's goals as well as their future plans for expansion.

The burst of growth within New Age Marketing has left open positions for the Brand Management role in Charlotte. Jared is currently seeking competitive, team oriented and driven individuals with great student mentalities in order to further the company's growth moving forward.

For more information about career oppportunies with New Age Marketing, visit www.newagemarketinginc.net.

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