Nancy Marshall is one of Maine’s most remarkable entrepreneurs. From her days handling public relations for Sugarloaf, to today as CEO of one of Maine’s most well-known, longest-tenured, and successful marketing firms, Nancy’s built a brand that is practically unmatched in Maine. In fact, a research study by the Portland firm Critical Insights found that Nancy Marshall Communications was the state’s most recognized public relations or advertising agency. Recently, the firm has developed the Marshall plan, a 65 step coordinated, measured, and metered marketing attack; the last step of which is apparently to have a big party on Maine’s biggest ski mountain.
If this is something that sounds right for you, Nancy’s offering a free one-hour personal or business branding assessment, which you can find at www.marshallpr.com/growmaine . Nancy and her team will contact you to set up a time to meet, and I guarantee you’ll come out of there with some omigosh moments.
Nancy Marshall is not afraid to be awesome! Don’t be afraid to be awesome! And as always, help me get the word out, wouldja? I went to Gould Academy, and our longtime board chair Al Ordway (dearly departed and much missed) used to say, shake two hands for Gould today. Can you send two tweets for #Maine today? And if you follow me @growmaine I will follow you back!
Also: while we’re mentioning alma maters, Nancy has an MBA degree from Thomas College (yay, Laurie Lachance!) and undergraduate degree from Colby College (yay, LEED-Silver Colby College Museum of Art!).
Shortlink to this episode (makes it easy to mention it to someone): www.growmaineshow.com/nancy