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We get hired to produce results.

Our case studies have proven that creative ideas backed by research and data, and a whole lot of hard work, are what brings successful outcomes. Time and time again, we provide real results to our clients that tie back to their exact objectives. Which is why they stick around.

Noses to the ground, our team has mastered how to track and monitor results and report back meaningful data. Performance and optimization go hand-in-hand - we understand that open and honest analytics are what builds great relationships and great campaigns. What did we learn? How will we use these findings in the future? We love a good challenge and are unafraid to ask the tough questions to find the right answers. What is your goal? What are you trying to accomplish? What are you trying to communicate? We can help with that.

Our team is filled with some of the most creative minds in the business, embracing clients from many industry niches and focus areas like Ag, B2B, and G2C. Read our case studies to see how we have solved problems and made headway for our clients in areas of public relations, B2B, marketing, digital and social media, and more here at The Communications Group.

Kisia Weeks
Class of 2019

Name: Kisia Weeks Hometown: Cedarville, AR Currently Living In: White Hall, AR Title/Position: Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor at White Hall High School Briefly describe your role: As the Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor at White Hall High School I teach two hands-on Agriculture Mechanics courses that include welding, wood working, electricity, concrete, small engines,…

Taylor Wiseman
Class of 2019

Name: Taylor Wiseman Hometown: Fayetteville, AR (current); Vilonia, AR (hometown) Title/Position: Graduate Student at the University of Arkansas working on my Master of Science in Agricultural Economics Briefly describe your role:I am in my second year of my master’s program where I am finishing my thesis. My thesis research focuses on rice trade in Southeast…

Evette Browning
Class of 2019

Name: Evette C. Browning Hometown: Jacksonville, AR Title/Position: Minority Outreach Coordinator Briefly describe your role:As the Minority Outreach Coordinator, I lead the minority outreach efforts for the Arkansas Department of Agriculture (ADA) across the state. One of my main goals is to continue to be a trusted and reliable resource for landowners. I work to…

Monica Paskewitz
Class of 2019

Name: Monica Paskewitz Hometown: Melbourne, AR Title/Position: USDA – District Conservationist Briefly describe your role: I have worked for USDA for a little over 10 years, I started my career in South Arkansas and have worked in multiple offices across the state. I help farmers and ranchers daily decide the best way to manage their…

Brandy Rennicke Carroll
Class of 2019

Name: Brandy Rennicke Carroll Hometown: I grew up in Weiner, Arkansas, but live and work in Little Rock now Title/Position: Director of Commodity Activities and Market Information for Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation Briefly describe your role: I work specifically with our members who are rice and cotton farmers on legislative and regulatory issues important to…

Beth Killingsworth
Class of 2019

Name: Beth KillingsworthHometown: McCrory, ARTitle/Position: Crop Insurance Sales Agent, Farmer’s Business Network Briefly describe your role: I help farmers’ manage their risk through crop insurance with products that are available through federal programs and also private products. Q: Is what you’re doing now what you always pictured you would do?A: I am very happy where…

Jennifer Barber Cook
Class of 2019

Name: Jennifer Barber Cook Hometown: Wooster Title/Position: Arkansas FFA Foundation Director Briefly describe your role: My job is to raise financial support for the Arkansas FFA by strengthening relationships with industries and individuals who desire to support agricultural education and the FFA. My message is clear: the only way to secure a sustainable future is…

Jenna Martin
Class of 2019

Name: Jenna MartinHometown: Hickory Ridge, ARTitle/Position: Co-partner at Martin Farms Briefly describe your role: I assist on our family farm of 1,900 acres from planting to irrigation to harvest. I was the grain cart driver this fall and hope to learn how to drive the big trucks in the upcoming years. Q: Is what you’re…

Donette Spann
Class of 2019

Name: Donette Spann Hometown: Cabot, AR Title/Position: Promotions Director, Arkansas Beef Council Briefly describe your role: My role is to work on behalf of beef producers in Arkansas to educate consumers and promote beef as a delicious and nutritious protein. Q: Is what you’re doing now what you always pictured you would do? A: I…

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