New Year. New Staff.

Happy New Year! EXIT Marketing is so excited about the possibilities that lie before us as well as our clients in 2017. The New Year brings change and new beginnings, and we’re changing things up a bit here at EXIT. We have two new employees and have plans to add another really soon.

Rachel Byrd, Graphic Designer

Rachel Byrd, Graphic Designer

Rachel Byrd is our new designer on staff. She will work along side Laura to make sure all our creative materials show off our clients’ brands in the most eye-catching way. Rachel comes to us from Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi, where she was a graphic design intern in the Office of Communications and Marketing. She is also a graduate of Delta State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and Photography. She did freelance work for EXIT before coming on staff earlier this month. Rachel enjoys reading, painting, redecorating spaces, and being with her family in her spare time.

Rachel’s favorite quote:

“Action without vision is only passing time. Vision without acting is merely daydreaming. But, vision with action can change the world”     ~Nelson Mandela

Stacey Valley, Social Media & Account Manager

Stacey Valley, Social Media & Account Manager

Stacey Valley is our new account manager and social media strategist. Stacey’s background is varied from advertising to public health. She is stoked to be back in a creative environment, brainstorming ideas and getting results for her clients. Stacey has worked promoting brands such as Bush’s Baked Beans, Ghirardelli Chocolate, Gerber, First Security Bank, the City of Little Rock’s Creative Corridor, Arkansas Better Beginnings, McDonald’s of Central Arkansas and the Clinton Presidential Center. She is married to Anthony, and they have four daughters. Stacey loves to travel and to fill her passport with new stamps.

Stacey’s favorite quote:

“To laugh often and much…to find the best in others…to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition…to know one life has breathed easier because you have lived – this is to have succeeded.”     ~correct attribution unknown

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