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Bowman Creative + Strategy

2316 Yellow Birch Way, #307
Knoxville, TN  37931
865-382-2075

Wayne Bowman has been a copywriter, public relations director, account executive, strategist, producer, and webmaster during his 30-year career in the communications industry.  He has worked with advertising and public relations agencies, publications, and clients ranging from startups to members of the Fortune 500.  His experience includes trade and consumer advertising, collateral materials, direct mail, websites, social media, outdoor, sales presentations, marketing plans, news releases, feature articles, press conferences, executive speeches, television commercials, radio commercials, video, television shows, training and safety programs, environmental marketing, and technical writing.

Nancy Guertin

Freelance Designer
Knoxville, TN 37934
nfguertin@tds.net

Kristin Designs

602 Cherokee Blvd
Knoxville, TN 37919
865-524-6161

Trevin Davis (T Designs)

856-966-2955

Trevin Davis is a freelance: graphic artist, photographer and copywriter. With over twelve years of strategic planning and advertising design experience, he has worked in both small and large agency environments. He joined the AAF in 1996 as a University of West Florida student, competing in the AAF sponsored National Student Advertising Competition.  Trevin currently provides photographic and advertising services for clients in Florida, Alabama, Oregon, Indiana, Illinois and Tennessee. As freelancer he works both independently and collectively with other creative professionals to tackle projects of varying scopes.

 

Dick Harrison

Dick@dickharrison.com

Dick Harrison began writing professionally when he was fourteen and still hasn’t stopped more than fifty years later. Half that time has been spent as a freelancer here in Knoxville. Before he came here Dick was a copywriter and creative director at McCann-Erickson, BBDO and Saatchi & Saatchi (which was called Compton at the time).  In addition to creating the usual ad stuff, Dick has ghosted books, one of which The New York Times called “excellent… delightful book… sensitive and perceptive.” Dick has just written the first book with his own name on the cover. Two Fast Fingers & 26 Keys exposes the ploys he perpetrated and the pitfalls he evaded in a half-century career at a keyboard.