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Golden Shovel Agency partners with Kentucky Association for Economic Development

Monday, April 30, 2018

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By 24-7 Press Release

LITTLE FALLS, MN, April 30, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ --Promoting your community’s economic development narrative has never been so important. Social media and virtual reality video advancements give economic developers an astounding arsenal of communication tools.

Aaron Brossoit, CEO of Golden Shovel Agency, announced earlier this month the new partnership with Kentucky Association for Economic Development (KAED) and Golden Shovel.

The partnership hopes to bring more services to the communities in Kentucky including communication and marketing; while also working with KAED to craft success stories for the members of the association.

Best practices in communication and marketing  will be highlighted by the Golden Shovel team, including services in virtual reality for elite communities and advanced marketing strategies for business attraction.

“While KAED is active with new and traditional media, this partnership professionalism our communication strategy and creates a meaningful platform to better disseminate the economic opportunity in our Commonwealth. We are incredibly excited about this partnership, and are looking forward to working with Golden Shovel Agency to broadcast the Kentucky advantage across the globe” said Matt Tackett, President and CEO, Kentucky Association for Economic Development.

Communities seeking to gain an edge in business attraction efforts will be able to access Golden Shovel Agency for a variety of services.

“This partnership will bring great services to a great organization, and we are excited about the communities we will be working with through this, as well as the great work to be done with KAED” - John Marshall, President, Golden Shovel Agency.

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About KAED

The Association is incorporated and consists of more than 600 members that represent 355 unique companies. KAED’s membership represents diverse professionals across the state who share a common interest in building and growing Kentucky. The organization is governed by a 13 member Board of Directors and managed by full time professional staff. KAED continues to work with the Cabinet for Economic Development and other state organizations that support economic development.

Category: Press Release, Economic Development



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