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Gragg welcomed two new employees into the Strategic Aggregation Marketing team in May. They are Landon Denkler and Patrick Morton. Lets get to know them a little better. GA: So Landon, tell us a little more about yourself. LD: Currently I am completing my MBA at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. However, I’m [...]Read more >
By Britaney Wehrmeister, Marketing Coordinator I started working at Gragg a month ago and moved to Kansas City within that same week. This being my first ?big girl? job in a new city I was constantly asked, ?How was your first day of work?? Well, if I wanted to be entirely honest, I would say [...]Read more >
Gragg welcomed one new employee in the month of April, Britaney Wehrmeister in the Strategic Aggregation Marketing department. GA: Britaney, tell us a little about yourself. Any previous jobs, college, how you found yourself at Gragg. BW: I graduated from Wichita State University in December of 2012 with a degree in Integrated Marketing. Before attending [...]Read more >
Speed to lead is a key factor in remaining competitive in any industry. With Internet2PhoneTM our clients have the opportunity to connect with prospects in less than 60 seconds of an online lead form submission. Companies investing in online lead generation rely on this product to reach prospects before their competition even gets the chance. [...]Read more >
By Julie Ray, Account Executive When it comes to problem solving, planning and coming up with the next big idea or invention, most companies utilize brainstorming sessions with key employees. Each week, meetings are held to solve problems and plan for accounts at Gragg Advertising. I am sure most companies operate in a similar fashion. [...]Read more >