Excited about Patch? Want to know how to use it to benefit your business or organization?
The woman to call is Allison Bentley.
She has worked for Patch for more than a year. She serves as Advertising Manager for Dallas-Hiram Patch and several nearby Patch sites—East Cobb Patch, Kennesaw Patch, Marietta Patch, South Cobb Patch and West Cobb Patch.
A Kennesaw resident and Cobb County native, Bentley has a passion for her local areas. She loves staying on the pulse of what’s going on in her community and using Patch to help local businesses promote themselves to their local audiences.
Bentley graduated from McEachern High and stayed in Cobb for college, earning her degree in communication with a minor in sociology from Kennesaw State University.
She spent most of her career working as a promotions assistant for COX Media Group’s radio stations. There, she gained a strong background in marketing.
Latching onto the concept of hyper-local media, Bentley was happy to make the transition to Patch.
“I hold Cobb and Paulding dear to my heart since they are my hometown counties, and I love to be involved wherever I can,” she said.
Bentley is a member of the Paulding County Chamber of Commerce, Cobb Chamber of Commerce, East Cobb Business Association, West Cobb Business Association, South Cobb Business Association, Kennesaw Business Association and Marietta Business Association.
Contact her at email@example.com or 404-538-1942.
Learn more about our ad manager with this short Q&A:
As an advertising manager, what's the best part of your job?
Being given the opportunity to help consult with local business owners on growing their businesses. Online advertising allows small businesses to market themselves with large, national companies. Before online advertising, that wasn't possible.
What do you find special about Patch?
I have never seen anything like this before. It’s social media and news, all wrapped up into one amazing concept. I love seeing our local audiences interact with the site. It gives people and businesses a voice in their local towns while being connected to such national network.