Advertising in the social media age: Why it’s still worth it to lean on the professionals

Posted On January 31, 2019

What makes good advertising? And in an age of social media, easily available metrics and intricate video editing tools, why can’t we just do it ourselves? Our guests in the latest episode of “What’s Working with Cam Marston,” Jennifer Dira and RT Herwig of the Mobile-based advertising firm Lewis Communications tell us that while technology […]

Categories: Blog, Podcast, What's Working with Cam Marston

The fall of the golf course community and rise of the … agrihood?

Posted On January 30, 2019

The good news for the real estate market is that millennial home-buying has slowly been trending upward since 2017. If you live in a golf course community and was hoping that’d help your property values, however, the news maybe isn’t so good. According to the Wall Street Journal, millennials are shunning such communities because they […]

Categories: Blog, Generation Y / Millennials, Home Ownership, Real Estate

What You Get when you Hire an Ad Agency

Posted On January 28, 2019

Jennifer Dira and RT Herwig are ad agency veterans with a clear understanding of how they can best help their clients. From helping clients craft a plan for their own growth to taking clients’ plans and ramping them up, Dira and Herwig of Lewis Communications helps their clients learn more about their current customer and […]

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AL Public Radio – Keeping It Real – Friday, January 25

Posted On January 25, 2019

Alabama Public Radio – Keeping It Real – January 25 Tying together the government shutdown, CVS receipts, the Sermon on the Mount, and coupons.

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Having trouble adulting? Now there’s a class for that

Posted On January 22, 2019

Well, this won’t help combat the millennial stereotype: There apparently is now such a thing as “adulting classes.” According to CBS News, the classes teach life skills like cooking, sewing, budgeting and time management — you know, those things most of us learned from our parents or through our own trial and error. I can […]

Categories: Blog, Generation Y / Millennials, Parenting

A Passion for People and Service, Cars are Just the Product

Posted On January 21, 2019

Third generation president of the Joe Bullard Automotive Group, Ty Bullard frankly tells us that he’s not a car guy. Torque ratios? No clue. Horsepower? Unknown. But he knows service, knows how to deliver it, and knows how to lead his team in delivering it. His customers come back because Ty and his team solve […]

Categories: Automotive, Libsyn, Podcast, Succession Planning, What's Working with Cam Marston

AL Public Radio – Keeping It Real – The Marston Family Great Hierarchy of Being

Posted On January 18, 2019

Keeping It Real, Alabama Public Radio January 18, 2109 The Marston Family Great Hierarchy of Being

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AL Public Radio – Keeing It Real – Memories of Football as a Boy

Posted On January 15, 2019

AL Public Radio – Keeping It Real Remembering Football as a Young Boy

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Process is as important to building boats as winning football championships

Posted On January 15, 2019

To excel in the world of college football, Alabama coach Nick Saban is famous for focusing on what he calls “the process.” He doesn’t worry over the end result as much as he does about completing the steps he knows it will take for his team to get there. That emphasis on process is also […]

Categories: Product Design, What's Working with Cam Marston, Workplace

Regulator Marine and Bluewater Yachts talk boating and boat trends in 2019

Posted On January 14, 2019

If you were to look out over the water and spot God driving a center console fishing boat, it would be built by Regulator Marine. Their boats are that good. Joan and Owen Maxwell have made top-end center console fishing boats for thirty years and their attention to detail, quality, the customer, and their community […]

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