Elite Media Surpasses $1 Million in Total Revenue..Looking For 2017 to Be Better

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Wauwatosa, Jan. 02, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As Elite Media Communications Inc. company president Leigh Jackson received the news the company he and Brandie Jackson co-founded surpassed $1 million in total revenue earned in 2016, all he could do was smile. Thinking back to how tough it’s been over the past 6 years to gain momentum and keep it going, Jackson believes the last 18 months have definitely been more enjoyable than the first four years. “There’s no doubt 2016 was our best year ever, but if we rest on our laurels and achievements we will become complacent and never reach all the goals we set when the company was founded, “ said Jackson.  This year alone Elite Media promoted four individuals to management, which the company had never done before. “I’m a firm believer in the law of attraction, writing down goals and speaking them in to existence so they can be achieved,” said Jackson. 

Elite Media fuels the fire of success as Jackson, continues to expand his extensive client base, while maintaining a presence in satellite television services as the nation's number one Midwest Marketing Firm.  Jackson's expertise and commitment to excellence is evident through Elite Media Communications growing reputation as a nationwide leader in outsourced and innovative marketing campaigns since 2010.  This year great leaps and bounds were taking by adding more products to the company’s portfolio such as broadband and energy. Providing superior service by motivated, well-trained sales and management teams with a personalized one-on-one approach ensures the acquisition and retention of new and current customers.


What excited Jackson more than anything that happened in 2016 was not only creating twice as many jobs than ever before, but its involvement in the community. Company co-president Brandie Jackson initiated the movement. Operation smile was the company’s first initiative, which allowed Elite Media to partner with Care-Age of Brookfield. Care-Age is an assisted living facility that allowed Elite Media to donate special handcrafted bouquets carefully selected and ensemble by its staff to the residents. Elite Media has participated in a couple more projects since then with the Care-Age. Teaming up with the Milwaukee Rescue Mission was by far was the most rewarding partnership Elite Media established all year. Well over 300 less fortunate individuals were able to be fed during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays as a result of multiple donations made by Elite Media and it’s staff members.


Jackson is putting major pressure on himself in 2017 to make this an encore year. “Expansion and helping our entry level staff members matriculate to management will always be at the forefront of our goals. We have four offices in our organization currently and would like to end 2017 with 15. That being said, our first quarter is already set to be our biggest growth quarter ever with several promotions lined up in our organization. However, I’m probably more excited to help in the community and aid the development of our new charities department. We had a great year last year, the bar was set, now it’s time to raise our standards, said Jackson.”

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