Pam Sullivan

Pam Sullivan
After graduating from Mississippi State University, Pam started her career on the news and production side of television before moving to Nashville. With over 29 years of experience in broadcast television sales and management in the Nashville market, she has loved helping clients build their businesses and brands through television and digital marketing strategies. She can help you create the perfect campaign to reach your target customer from the ground up! Outside of her passion for all things advertising, she loves spending time with her husband and their horses and dogs on their farm near Nolensville, TN.
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6 Ways to Market Your Law Firm Online

When seeking legal counsel, clients have an abundance of law firms to choose from. Standing out from the competition can be challenging without sound marketing and advertising strategies. The number of law firms in the U.S. is up by .4% in 2021...

Want to Beat Your Competition? Try These 5 Tips

In today's crowded marketplace, it can be difficult for your business to stand out. Differentiating your brand from the competition takes patience and strategic thinking. For that reason, analyzing your competitor's business practices and...

What is Branding?

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Why Building a Sports Marketing Strategy Is Important For Your Business

Sports events attract a wide range of people, especially raving fans who are ambassadors of their favorite teams. This year, however, sports events have the potential to engage more people than ever. With fewer teams playing for fans in venues...

Why You Should Incorporate Email Marketing Into Your Marketing Mix

In order to get the word out to your target audience and reach as many of them as possible, you need to utilize multiple forms of marketing and communication. Not only do you want to reach a wider range of potential targets, but many consumers...

Does Anyone Still Watch TV?

Mass-produced television was first introduced to the United States in the late 1940s. Since then, Americans (and millions of other people around the world) have had a strong fascination with this medium for news and entertainment. From the World...