WAUWATOSA, WI , Nov. 09, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Elite Media Communications has gotten off to a good start this quarter, but has its sights set on maximizing the company’s potential. The primary focus is looking to end this year on a high note, just like the year started. What that entails is lots of growth and expansion, moving into more stores, and wrapping up 2017 with numbers even higher than our 3rd quarter. Just days ago, it was announced that Elite Media would be testing a new television warranty product for the rest of the year. Depending on how well the test goes, this could mean a future partnership for many years to come. In addition to growing into new retail locations in the local area, Elite Media is officially aiding with the expansion of two new satellite offices by the end of December. The Madison, Wisconsin branch will be led by a brand new manager (just recently promoted), while the second office will be located in Kenosha-Racine, Wisconsin.
In retrospect, this has been a great year for Elite Media. The year started with a bang with an initial promotion to Madison in February for Andy Von Bank, who had only been with the company just shy of eight months before getting the opportunity to run his own branch. Von Bank has done a phenomenal job turning things around in Madison, and is ready to take his talents to a larger market, while not missing a beat in Madison, and leaving Jory Williams to take over. By the second quarter, Elite Media was also able to promote from within again, this time to Minneapolis, Minnesota. From an exponential growth perspective, this has been one of the company’s best years by far. One of the more impressive plays of the year was adding an energy client to Elite Media’s portfolio. “It’s all about diversification, and being able to keep up with the times and investing in the right sectors at the right times,” said Leigh Jackson, company president and CEO. “Not only that, but the future of our company will be led by some of our up and coming personnel, so providing opportunities for them to earn more income is key.”
From a charitable perspective, Elite Media has had a very productive year. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the company was able to team up with Windsor Village United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas as well as the Houston Independent School District to donate a number of goods to those affected by the hurricane. For Jackson, a Houston native, this hit home, quite literally. “I did have family members that were affected and a good amount of friends. I was glad my company was in a position to help those in need,” said Jackson. Current charitable initiatives include No Shave November in partnership with the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. The participants agree to not shave for the whole month of November, and will donate the money they would’ve spent for razors or shaving cream to the foundation. The St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital is an organization dedicated to conducting research and providing treatment to children affected by cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Lastly, the Milwaukee Rescue Mission and Elite Media will be partnering for the second year in a row to provide meals to the less fortunate for Thanksgiving. Last year the two companies were able to partner up to feed over 200 individuals. With all our company has accomplished this year, we look forward to ending this year on a high note.
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