WYSIWYG’s Marketing Team Gains New Talent

October 12, 2016

KANSAS CITY, MO OCT 12, 2016: In an announcement today, Ryan Jennings, owner, named Jessica Peryor as new Project Manager at WYSIWYG Marketing. Jessica previously worked for several web development companies, and will bring valuable technical insight to WYSIWYG’s team.

As Project Manager, Jessica will assist in continuing WYSIWYG’s proven track record of offering top marketing business services and solutions to companies throughout the nation. Jessica said, “I’m so excited for this opportunity and I look forward to becoming a valuable part of WYSIWYG’s team. WYSIWYG’s name speaks for itself, and I consider myself lucky to be a part of a respected company that provides high quality services.”

Ryan Jennings has only high praise when asked about Jessica, “Her experience, coupled with her willingness to learn and determination, makes Jessica a valuable asset to our firm and we are extremely excited to see how she will grow at WYSIWYG. Her appointment shows the strength and growth of our company, and we are committed to offering the best service possible to our clients. We are proud to be a part of the industry we serve, and I am pleased to welcome Jessica to the WYSIWYG team.”

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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