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WYSIWYG Marketing Boasts Another Top 25 Year

May 25, 2016

mobile_picKANSAS CITY, MO MAY 25, 2016: WYSIWYG Marketing announced today that they have been named to the Top 25 as reported by the Kansas City Business Journal for the fourth year in a row. This distinction is given to outstanding businesses in the Kansas City metro area.

Ryan Jennings, owner, is extremely proud of this feat. Mr. Jennings stood tall, taking a firm stand against industrial corruption during 2015, and this honor proves that his efforts did not return to him in vain. Mr. Jennings, as one of the original partners, and now sole owner, has poured his time and efforts into his company and is pleased to continue to offer highly respected web marketing services to his loyal clients—many of whom he considers family.

Mr. Jennings says, “I couldn’t be more proud of WYSIWYG and my team. We have re-doubled our efforts to provide the best quality services and support in this last year. And though we’ve faced some adversity, as all companies do, we’ve emerged with a stronger dedication to and appreciation of our clients and industry. We are proud to serve the industrial sector and look forward to continuing our drive to be the best web marketing provider in the nation. Our future is bright and I’m excited.”

About WYSIWYG Marketing: WYSIWYG Marketing is marketing firm based in Kansas City, MO with clients nationwide. Founded in 2011, WYSIWYG has consistently proven its strength and dominance in the sector with back to back nominations and inclusion in the Top 25 List for the Kansas City Business Journal for four years running.

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