Clients in the News!

We love marketing and sponsoring Downtown Hendersonville's Rhythm & Brews concert series. If you haven't been...why? It's fun and FREE! And if you havent been since the stage location has been changed, you definitely need to check it out. Plenty of food trucks and booths to keep you busy and full. Soulful and intense, The Broadcast really put on a show! (They will also be performing for a free concert for veterans that we are helping with at Bold Rock on August 9th.)

The next R&B concert will be July 19 with Urban Soil with opening band Modern Day Society. See you there!


Pardee Hospital Foundation put on a fabulous Black Tie Gala this year to benefit Pardee's rapidy expanding cardiovascular program. The crowd had a blast  wining and dining and dancing, and the Physician and Philanthropist of the Year were named. The gala, which was held on June 16, brought in nearly 400 attendees and $132,376! We had a great time.  See more details here. 


We love working with Agribusiness Henderson County. We were especially happy to hear the recent announcement that "a new greenhouse facility is set to bring as many as 150 jobs to Henderson County, with an investment that could total $69 million. Lakeside Produce plans to establish the largest greenhouse operation in North Carolina on land just outside Mills River." This is great news for the county and for AgHC!

Read more here.



Mountain Roots will offer seven weeks of day camp in Henderson and Transylvania counties this summer, including at a new location in Fletcher.
Mountain Roots has been running camps and outdoor programs in Transylvania County since 2012. As an outdoor-education based nonprofit, Mountain Roots accomplishes its mission to provide discovery and outdoor learning experiences all year long through school-based programming as well as day camps.

Check out the article here.


With the help of STAND T.A.L.L., the HPD acquired its latest K-9. Sunny, a 2-year old Belgian Malinois, completed multi-day training last month.

“If it weren’t for the wonderful people at STAND T.A.L.L.,” Laite said, “this would never have been possible. That would have left our department with only one patrol K-9 available for duty.”

STAND T.A.L.L. is a project of the Sentinel Patriot Club, a North Carolina nonprofit that works to raise awareness of the importance of good communications and relationships between law enforcement and members of the community

See all photos here.