Marketing Fusion Firm launches: Forest Home Media
A new marketing fusion firm, Forest Home Media, is being launched to serve businesses throughout the Nashville area by advertising and public relations veterans Dana Tucker and Nancy McNulty.
With years of experience in advertising, online marketing and public relations, Tucker and McNulty are combining their fields of expertise into a full-service marketing firm integrating traditional media with new media based on content creation marketing.
Tucker most recently was a senior account manager for South Central Media for radio stations Mix 92.9 and Jack 96.3 and their digital marketing division. She spent the past decade creating and implementing radio and online marketing campaigns for a variety of businesses from the automotive industry to home building and design. She and her husband operate an award-winning faux finish business, Bella Tucker Decorative Finishes and are active in the Franklin-area community. The Louisville, Kentucky native earned a bachelor’s degree from Western Kentucky University.
McNulty has operated McNulty Communications for almost a decade launching premier home tours, new businesses, product lines and signature events. She has also created and implemented award-winning campaigns including the regional Emmy nominated STARS’ (Students Taking A Right Stand) bullying prevention public service announcement, producing a world premiere original play and marketing and media relations for the 2011 Southern Living Showcase Home earning Castle Homes’ Southern Living Custom Builder of the Year.
Previously, she was a state spokesman for the Tennessee Department of Labor and a state correspondent for The Nashville Banner. A Columbia, Tennessee native, she earned a communications degree from the University of Tennessee.
Taking their company name from the historic Williamson County neighborhood in which they both reside, Forest Home Farms, the integrated marketing firm has launched their website this week including an informative blog at www.foresthomemedia.com
Posted on: 3/19/2012